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Happy Halloween!

October 31, 2009

Tess Yanisch

Greetings, children of the night! Today's entry is a series of snapshots of my triumphant return to Oberlin, including lectures, geeky joy, and local apple cider.

Essays and Sunshine Scouts

October 19, 2009

Joe Dawson

Setting: Science Center Atrium, Thursday, October 15, Midterm week. Joe begins typing his 5th page of a roughly 6-page paper...

The Next Best Thing

October 19, 2009

Marsha Lynn Bragg

One of the benefits of working at a college or university is having access to some of the best writers, scientists, academicians, researchers, musicians, artists, social reformers, environmentalists, and politicians of the day.

Culture Festival

October 18, 2009

Zoe McLaughlin

Various student organizations and groups had tables set up around Tappan Square, with food and activities available from their respective cultures.

A night with Ed Helms

September 14, 2009

Brandi Ferrebee

Ben joyfully tipped us off that Helms & musical friends were going to be performing a bluegrass encore on the porch of Tank.

I've Commenced.

May 28, 2009

Yitka Winn

Holding that cap in my hands again this weekend and reading that message made me feel like I was getting hugged by my 17-year-old self.

Welcome to the Midnight Movie

May 27, 2009

Ma'ayan Plaut

Under the new management, the Apollo now has two-dollar matinees, is screening a few different movies a week, and they're starting up a great new-old tradition: the midnight movie.

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