New Media, Old Media
Cory Arcangel ’00 once reprogrammed computers for the sheer enjoyment of teasing his friends. Today, as a pioneering video and chip music artist, his creations are turning heads
for altogether different reasons.
Oberlin’s libraries are home to hundreds of rare books, recordings, religious artifacts, and works of art. The librarians responsible for maintaining the collections offer an exclusive glimpse at the treasures among their shelves.
Statutes of Liberty
William Schulz ’71 builds a reasoned argument for balancing security and human rights in
an age of terrorism. The executive director of Amnesty International USA since 1994, Schulz returned to campus in September to deliver a public lecture while being honored with the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award.
Kim Parker’s quest to reach beyond her music opened the doors to an unexpected career.
The 1985 Conservatory graduate is now among the hottest new textile designers in New York.