Oberlin Alumni Magazine

Spring 2008 Vol. 103 No. 3 OAM Home | Oberlin Online

Transforming the Ordinary

Transforming the Ordinary photo by Michael Bauman


Featured Stories

  • Ensuring Access for All /

  • Teaching the Teachers /

    Come June, Oberlin’s new teacher candidates will tackle a 12-month master’s degree program that combines graduate study and a full year in Oberlin’s public schools. /

  • Transforming the Ordinary /

    Massachusetts artist Sarah Belchetz-Swenson ’60 paints from life what is close at hand, uncovering the magic in everyday occurrences. /

  • Taking the Second Amendment to Court /

    When the Supreme Court decides its most significant gun control case in 70 years later this spring, Oberlinians will have played a major part in laying the groundwork. /

  • Child’s Play /

    Robert Lemle ’75 and Roni Kohen-Lemle ’76 are cofounders of the Long Island Children’s Museum, a hands-on cultural and educational institution that exemplifies Oberlin’s core values. /

  • Winter Term in South Africa /

    For 22 days in January, Oberlin students toured two regions of South Africa, where they interacted with top business executives, activists, and religious leaders for an up-close study of the country’s social and political climate. /






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