Visual Artist Nyquon Watson ’18, 2018 AICUO Award Winner Losing , an art project by Nyquon Watson ’18 , explores the progression of emotions and how they interplay with daily life through...
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MacArthur “genius” recipient tours her Simply Ella program.
Second-year DaQuan Williams honors Moses Hogan ’79 with sing-along program during Black History Month.
The Association of Japanese Literary Studies will bring to campus scholars from a range of disciplines in the group’s annual meeting in February.
Oberlin’s history of embodying leadership and empathy in times of political and social turmoil makes the title of the upcoming traveling exhibit, Courage and Compassion , especially fitting.
Come learn how to do Kamikiri, Japanese traditional paper-cutting. Master Hayashiya Niraku will teach us how to cut shapes of favorite things of your choice! Please bring your own pair of scissors...
"Beyond the Oligarchs: Putin Carves up Russia and Turns his Sights on Trump," presented by journalist Heidi Brown ’93. In the 20th century, Russia was seen by many in the West as a...
Between 1942 and 1945, close to 40 Japanese American students came to Oberlin from the west coast, where they had been forced to leave their homes and campuses for internment camps. This traveling...
Come see a Kamikiri performance! Event will include and welcome, and introduction and lecture on Yose Theater and Kamikiri by Kazumi Hatasa, professor of Japanese in School of Languages and Cultures...
This panel discussion, "What’s My Name, Fool? Black Athletes, Activism, and the Media," will feature Jimmy King, retired professional basketball player and member of the University of...
Plan Your Visit
Are you a high school junior? Come to the Spring Junior Visit Program for an insider’s view of Oberlin – you can take a tour, sit in on classes, and more.
“I’m fortunate to go to Oberlin, to live in this world of thrilling academic inquiry and discovery, because the community keeps my mind constantly ticking, asking, and considering.”Claire Jenson ’12