Kiela Nelson ’18 will travel to Senegal to study African culture and performance.
Briana Santiago '17 will travel to Germany to study language and business.
Kate Ryan-O'Flaherty '19 has been awarded a grant to study Urdu, the native language of Pakistan and regions of India.
Mattea Koon accepted a USTA award to Austria. She was also selected for a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Germany.
Emma Baxter '17 will live and teach English in Taichung, Taiwan as a Fulbright scholar.
Chef and community activist Vimala Rajendron trained CDS staff in traditional Indian cuisine over spring break.
Exhibition Initiative, Oberlin’s student-run curatorial organization, gives students from all disciplines the opportunity to curate art exhibitions featuring work created by their peers.
More than a dozen Oberlin alumni, as well as two current students, made appearances at this year’s South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, including an improviser whose sidekick is a robot with an iPad for a face, a vocalist and bassist for a punk rock band who just turned 21, and a former editor of the Washington Post now exploring the intersection of virtual reality and journalism.
Oberlin students past and present participated in the Women's Marches on January 21, the largest inaugural protest in U.S. history.
Sarel Loewus '16, former captain of Oberlin women's track and field and cross country teams, is pursuing a PhD in biochemistry at the University of Pittsburgh.
Anna Gelman '16 spends her days working in the education department at the Goodman Theater and nights producing her own work in Chicago's "DIY" experimental theater scene.
Dessane Cassell ’14 gained experience working with the Allen Memorial Art Museum