Follow along a day in the life of students, faculty, and staff during winter term.
An installation curated by students adds 25 objects on display at the Allen Memorial Art Museum.
Part of the Artist Recital Series, public master classes with conservatory singers take place Feb. 17 and 19 in Finney Chapel.
Collaboration with Italy’s Lake Como Piano Academy showcases conservatory singers.
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.
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.
Winter term is that magical month where Obies disperse all over the world to fulfill a personal project. Luckily for us, we didn't need to call a thousand times.
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.
Exemplary performer and teacher won gold at the Van Cliburn Competition, developed music programs at Park University.
Words into Sound explores the repertoire of Scheer and Jake Heggie, culminates in first public performance in new Oberlin venue Jan. 27.