A visit from one of John Frederick Oberlin’s descendants brings Oberlin closer to its namesake. /
Hollywood comes to Oberlin to celebrate a regional icon’s reopening. /
When it comes to Obies moving to Brooklyn after graduation, Joanna Smith Rakoff ’94 wrote the book. /
The funnyman upends orthodoxy, one a capella song at a time. /
The candidates for this fall’s election are Alan W. Houseman ’65, director of the Center for Law and Social Policy since 1982, and Molly Horst Raphael ’67, who has served in urban public libraries for 40 years.
Each year the Oberlin Alumni Association recognizes alumni whose achievements or contributions to Oberlin and/or society are considered exceptional.