Three-day program will celebrate Oberlin’s achievements in producing top-rated scientists.
Umra Omar ’06 provides free medical care to remote, insecure areas on the eastern coast of Kenya with her group Safari Doctors.
Aaron Appel ’16 is pursuing his interest in social justice and doing a little of everything while working for Auntie Na’s House, a grassroots community center in Detroit.
Rosie Hertzman ’15 is combining her dream of working in entertainment and her passion for social justice as a production assistant at Red Thread Productions and the comarketing and advocacy coordinator for Dark Matter Productions.
Brian Bowers ’08 and Jasmine Powell ’08 collaborated on a transmedia experience using poetry, dance, music, and visual art to explore diverse understandings and experiences of love in all its forms.
Abigail Barr ’15 is making her mark on the New York theater scene using her variety of skills and sense of humor to work with the Upright Citizens Brigade, the Peoples Improv Theater in New York, Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, and Dark Matter Productions.
The multilingual alumna is returning to Russia to teach at a university.
While studying on a Fulbright grant in Brazil, Laura Li ’14 cofounded a multimedia project, Racialeyes, to explore the complexities of the Asian diaspora and experience in Brazil.
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.
Molly Brand ’15 works behind the political scenes as media team member for communications consulting firm GMMB.
Alumna selected for the honor “for television reviews written with an affection that never blunts the shrewdness of her analysis or the easy authority of her writing.”