In a discussion produced by SongFest, four internationally renowned opera singers shared their thoughts on the spiritual as an American genre in the classical vocal world.
Kohl at Night
Rays from the sunset enhance the colors and lighting of the Bertram and Judith Kohl Building. Photo by Matthew Lester
While some visit options have been suspended due to COVID-19, we have begun offering guided campus tours on a limited basis. Registration is required. We also offer a variety of dynamic virtual sessions for prospective students.
The panel session served as a space for faculty to share their perspectives and insights about the recent events.
Oberlin exhibition honoring bassist Milt Hinton visits historically black institutions across the U.S.
An Oberlin collaboration with a Cleveland nonprofit helps students explore long-form writing—and expand their audience.
Awards and Honors
Oberlin faculty, students, and alumni compete for awards, scholarships, and fellowships that reward high achievement in disciplines across the board. From STEM fields to musical performance to art and more, Obies see their hard work recognized and supported by the most prestigious organizations in higher education.
In addition to receiving a three-year annual stipend, fellows share in the prestige and opportunities that become available when they are selected.
From the Blogs
TIMARA is more than just a major; it’s a home.
Oberlin students are innovators that not only adapt to situations but also change them for the better.
This year Oberlin couldn’t host All Roads. Instead, the college did something really clever, if I do say so myself.
Communication from President Ambar
President Carmen Twillie Ambar pens a letter to the Oberlin community offering hope and a path forward with a new initiative.
“The liberal arts framework of Oberlin gives you the space to listen, and most importantly, to learn.”Jules Greene ’19