“Are We Doing All We Can to Prevent Lead Poisoning?” by Eilís O’Neill ’11 in The Nation.
The February 1, 2017, Google Doodle features Edmonia Lewis, the first woman of black and Native American descent to become an internationally acclaimed sculptor. Lewis was only 15 when she began her studies at Oberlin.
An installation curated by students adds 25 objects on display at the Allen Memorial Art Museum.
The term “ubuntu” is a Nguni Bantu term that, at its core, means "humanity." This concept also serves as the guiding principle for this year’s Black History Month programming.
Oberlin students past and present participated in the Women's Marches on January 21, the largest inaugural protest in U.S. history.
Oberlin students jump at the opportunity to study abroad at sea.
Artist diploma program in piano technology bridges gap between technicians and concert pianists.
Benjamin Hockenhull is an IT executive with 20 years of experience in higher education.
Combe is completing her second year with the Peace Corps in Georgia, where she teaches English to grades 1-12.
Oberlin Conservatory’s annual competition awards four featured soloist spots to outstanding students in their final year.
Oberlin flute students join their mentor at an international music conference.
Double-degree violinist Sophie Davis ’17 explores the connections between music and the environment.
Technology created at Oberlin expands in Akron, Cleveland, and Toledo.
Creative writing teaching residency makes poetry accessible for local middle school students.
Assistant Professor of Politics Jenny Garcia teaches through the lens of polarization and what makes this election cycle so unusual.
During her fellowship, Cohen looks forward to learning about the French language from an Ivorian perspective and continuing her study of West African photography.
The multilingual alumna is returning to Russia to teach at a university.
Schwartzman says she looks forward to immersing herself in a language she is passionate about learning.