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My Weekend, In Summary

May 16, 2011

Zoe McLaughlin

A highlight: the dessert contest, with categories such as hottest dessert, coldest dessert, and most fractal (largest surface area to volume ratio) dessert.

A word from David.

April 30, 2011

Karl Orozco

A guest blog by my roommate David Fegley, covering things on Oberlin's campus that my knowledge simply doesn't cover.


April 10, 2011

Christine Chang

There was an impressively multilingual pool of students, faculty, and visitors in King 106 last Thursday, for those who missed the amazing translation symposium. And if you did, come next year!

Lunar New Year!

February 27, 2011

Zoe McLaughlin

Excitingly enough, this year we purchased a second lion, so this year we were able to do really cool things like have the lions jump over one another. Plus, if you have more lions, everything just looks cooler.

A Good Place to Be

January 26, 2011

Marsha Lynn Bragg

Oberlin seems to be positioning itself as a destination city--a place people come to for dining, entertainment, and recreation.

Events at Oberlin.

December 26, 2010

Karl Orozco

Detailing the wide array of events that can happen on Oberlin's campus - within a single semester!


November 23, 2010

Marsha Lynn Bragg

It's the same at Oberlin: you'll want to try, visit, attend, be a part of, witness as many different programs and events as possible. But some events are one-shot deals.


November 8, 2010

Zoe McLaughlin

I was also prone to saying things like, "No, you have to tell me exactly where my feet and hands go in the turn, I can't just turn ."


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