Now in his 13th year of teaching at Oberlin, Professor of Politics Michael Parkin has long observed a dynamic political climate both inside and outside of the classroom. His recent National Science Foundation grant will enable him to further his research and incorporate it into his teachings.
Think one person can change the world? So do we.
Songtree features performances by prominent Oberlin alumni and the Contemporary Music Ensemble.
Among liberal arts institutions, Oberlin ranks third in the number of Truman Scholarship recipients.
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.
Awards and Honors
Throughout the year, Oberlin students and alumni receive recognition and funding from some of the most prestigious foundations and organizations in higher education.
The Hispanic studies major is looking forward to collaboration and learning from other educators in the program.
Jesse Milan Jr., JD, will present a talk titled “Millennials are the Keepers of the HIV Movement.” Milan is president and CEO of AIDS United. Milan leads AIDS United, a national...
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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.”
“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