An economics major and lifelong performing artist, Liles is building a model for sustainable arts instruction for impoverished youth in her native Texas.
The first cohort in Oberlin’s new program for underrepresented students in STEM fields can’t imagine what college would be like without it.
Bradley Hamilton and Jennifer Jimenez will spend 10 weeks working on cutting-edge projects with HHMI scientists.
Combe is completing her second year with the Peace Corps in Georgia, where she teaches English to grades 1-12.
Now in its eighth season, the festival continues its tradition of providing meaningful theater classics with free admission.
Studio art major Alice Shockey, a finalist in AICUO Excellence in the Visual Arts awards, studies spatial boundaries and her family’s history in the Holocaust.
The re-launched Oberlin Apparel Collective offers a new lineup of T-shirts and accessories that celebrate campus icons.
The prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship Provides $30,000 for a year of purposeful study outside of the United States.
A double-degree student and member of the Echoes jazz quartet, Bessesen will study Carnatic music in India.
A religion major, Leiken will build on her past work with an oppressed group of Buddhists.
A sociology major, Moncure looks forward to gaining a global perspective in a non-Western culture.
Cleveland, Ohio-based nutrition advocate Vel Scott works with Bon Appetit chefs to develop healthful, culturally relevant menu offerings.