Fisher looks forward to teaching English at Gadjah Mada University and settling into his new home in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Henry Aberle ’16 has been awarded a Shansi Fellowship to teach English at J.F. Oberlin University in Japan.
During winter term, 12 students traveled to England’s capital to experience the history and variety of the city’s theater scene.
Students who choose an intensive language course over winter term learn an entire semester’s material in one month.
This winter term, a small group of students participated in a songwriting workshop led by noted singer-songwriter Lucy Wainwright Roche ’03.
For the first time, scientists have detected gravitational waves, a phenomenon first theorized by Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. Two Oberlin professors are particularly excited by the discovery, having closely followed the project in connection to their own gravitational wave research.
Third-year Gabriel Hitchcock, a neuroscience major and art history minor, spent his winter term in Hanoi, Vietnam, volunteering at a traditional medicine hospital.
First-year student Aaron Cohen has been named a YoungArts Merit Winner in Photography by the National YoungArts Foundation.
While pursuing a PhD in neuroscience at Princeton University, Alexander Riordan ’15 is building mathematical and computational models of brain circuits, working to link cognition with its underlying biology.
Peter Saudek ’15 works for the Housing Research and Advocacy Center in Cleveland to tackle advocacy work around civil rights and social justice.
Sarah Cole ’14 is putting her history degree and research skills to good use while working for the Carter Center.
Kendra Lockard spent her winter term in New Zealand volunteering with World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms on a blueberry and blackberry farm.