Posse scholars have a support system that starts in high school and will stay with them for the rest of their lives. After graduating in 2011, Oberlin's first class of Posse Scholars is now giving back.
This month, Oberlin welcomes high school students from across the world to campus for the Foresight and Leadership Sustainability Initiative to campus, which will see them explore sustainability from a multi-issue perspective.
Now celebrating its tenth year in operation, Lucid Design, a resource monitoring company, reflects back on its roots in student-professor collaboration at Oberlin.
A longtime researcher on parent/teenager relationships, Nancy Darling is using her expertise to help an international group of scientists and researchers, called Prepare, increase sexual health in sub-Saharan Africa.
At the most recent Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students national conference last year, Oberlin students were recognized for their outstanding research in neuroscience.
At the final event for Oberlin's entrepreneurial initiative, LaunchU, participants gave presentations on why their projects deserved funding.
Brannon Rockwell-Charland '14 has been recognized by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio for her excellence in visual art.
3 Sections, by alumnus Vijay Seshadri, has been awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
With his immersive piece, House, Linus Ignatius '14 created a theatrical piece that experiments with the form and one of Oberlin's most important buildings.
This winter, Oberlin students have tapped Oberlin's central green, Tappan Square, for a tasty—and aptly named—project.
Students broaden their horizons, reconnect with their homes, and build community through Oberlin's student-run dance groups.
Double-degree student Matthew DiBiase combined his interests by shadowing music therapists and cognition researchers throughout New England.