Among liberal arts institutions, Oberlin ranks third in the number of Truman Scholarship recipients.
Think one person can change the world? So do we.
Article probing the work of theorist Heinrich Schenker and philosopher Immanuel Kant explores previously uncharted territory.
BorderLight is bringing international theater to Cleveland through collaboration and an innovative approach to showcasing new writing.
Brooklyn-based artist Alexandra Bell will mount large-scale works on two campus buildings, prompting viewers to think critically about how race and violence are portrayed in the New York Times.
This section highlights young alumni in their postgraduate endeavors. Finding success with an Oberlin education in hand, these students share how Oberlin shaped their decision to seek a fellowship, to pursue a particular course of study, or to embark on their career.
Ave Bisesi ’17 returns to Oberlin as the HHMI Inclusive Excellence STEM fellow, sharing their enthusiasm for the classroom and for research.
The Creative Writing Program would like to invite you to a poetry reading by Blas Falconer, author of Forgive the Body This Failure (forthcoming, Four Way Books, 2018); The Foundling Wheel (Four Way...
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Going into nature for my break was such a good choice.
It has only been within the last year that I’ve discovered how deep the field of comics really is, and that I’ve been missing out on some great stories simply because I thought they “were for kids.”
Explained by a student worker, assisted by lots of hyperlinks.
“In Oberlin, I was pleased to find an intellectual community that not only accommodated my diverse interests, but also nurtured and celebrated them.”Emilie Lozier ’18