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A Big Secret on Oberlin Professors
January 11, 2023
All it takes is a conversation.
June 26, 2021
When I graduated from Oberlin, I knew that one of the things I would miss the most would be my professors.
Keep on Trucking: Science Labs in the Time of COVID-19
November 22, 2020
Sometimes a classroom has tables, chairs, and whiteboards, and other times it has red paint, four wheels, and impressive horsepower.
To New Beginnings!
November 7, 2020
... and to unexpected setbacks in the first week of classes.
There’s no time like the present
May 22, 2020
While learning from home these past few months has been challenging, the invitation my teachers provided to think about the pandemic through so many different lenses has truly helped me make sense of what is going on in my own life and also the world.
Learning in the Time of Pandemic
April 28, 2020
My StudiOC posts are, in themselves, a way to represent life during coronavirus, to try to understand specific aspects of this pandemic within a broader context and take note of my own responses.
Why Office Hours Aren't Actually Scary
November 18, 2019
I see office hours as just another way people at Oberlin demonstrate how invested they are in every single student’s education.
Second Semester, So Far
April 2, 2019
In which a surprisingly successful Add/Drop leads to some great new classes
Le plaisir d'étudier le français à Oberlin!
May 7, 2018
Thinking about taking a foreign language at Oberlin? Registering for French 101 and 102 during my senior year is a decision I will never regret. Our amazing teaching assistants, Esther and Kevin, are here to tell you about their experience.
New Family in Town
March 22, 2018
Sometimes your worst moments can lead you to your best friends.
My Classes, Spring 2016
March 6, 2016
I can't believe I've never made a post about my classes, which make up a huge part of my Oberlin experience!
Location, Location, Location
September 19, 2014
What does it mean to be able to locate yourself within academic work? Can you see yourself in the very spaces and fields that you learn about or is formalized learning an isolated process for you?
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