James Ehnes already plays a Stradivarius violin. This time he will play Oberlin’s.
Think one person can change the world? So do we.
Didier Banyeretse ’20 and Hengrui Zhu ’21 were selected to conduct research at the FAST radio telescope in China this summer.
Pathways: Studio Art is demystifying stereotypes of studio art graduates by bringing in alums from diverse career fields to present their work to current students.
A historian of the First World War, Professor of History Leonard V. Smith’s newest book deepens the dialogue between history and international relations theory.
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.
Maggie Middleton ’17 heads to Poland to further her passion for printmaking.
From the Blogs
Explained by a student worker, assisted by lots of hyperlinks.
Getting your mind and body refreshed.
What I learned from a mad dash to join student organizations.
Welcome, new students!
“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