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November 29, 2022
Getting to learn more about Oberlin and Shansi in the early 1900s through the Mary Church Terrell Main Library’s Special Collections.
June 1, 2022
How a class project ignited a larger conversation on the crucial nature of provenance, the relationships between museums and art dealers, and the ethics of museum display.
December 23, 2021
While, of course, depending on your major and interests, you could read wildly different books than what I’ve included here, I still hope this list is interesting and gives you a snapshot into what one Oberlin student reads over the course of a semester!
April 1, 2021
I still feel connected to Oberlin’s community even when I’m hundreds of miles away.
November 22, 2020
Sometimes a classroom has tables, chairs, and whiteboards, and other times it has red paint, four wheels, and impressive horsepower.
May 24, 2020
In which I discuss the strange, weird theory of Goodbyes, Doctor Who, and Rachel Gibson's infinite list of "thank you's."
May 9, 2020
Each class taught me invaluable lessons that I will use to direct my future academic study.
January 31, 2020
Why do history museums exist? What power do they hold as cultural institutions and ‘gatekeepers’ of the past?
December 28, 2019
Now that my first semester in college has officially ended, I can safely say that I’ve read a lot these past four months.
November 17, 2019
I did not have anything to lose, but rather so much to gain, so why not apply?