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Mr. Hedgehog Saw Barack Obama!
January 19, 2010
What did Obama do? He brought people together, not just the diverse group at the Stocker Center this afternoon, but two very alike people who had never talked before as well.
Action and Talking
January 15, 2010
What's the right way to protest when the stakes are highest? From Vietnam to climate change, Obies are constantly testing the boundaries of this question.
December 31, 2009
"My manager told me, Mitch, don't use alcohol as a crutch. I can't use alcohol as a crutch because a crutch is something that helps me walk. Alcohol severely f____ up the way I walk. It's more like the step I didn't see." --Mitch Hedberg
Snow! Finals! Fun!
December 12, 2009
Plus a note on ObieTalk, which was written last and comes first, because it's most helpful to you prospies.
A Very Steampunk Thanksgiving!
November 30, 2009
At Oberlin, my friends are my family. They're all different: what they look like, what they care about, where they're from. But they're my people.
When nature calls, students organize. Part 2.
November 25, 2009
Then a woman in the front row stood up. She was sobbing. The Lieutenant Governor couldn't ignore her emotional plea.
Oberlin > Harvard.
November 22, 2009
US News and World Report is not the Bible.
The end of summer, travel season, and other musings
November 4, 2009
And of course, what did I find at the top of Black Butte mountain?--well... crazy aggressive chipmunks and a fellow Obie.
Spinnin' in the City
October 29, 2009
As it is this wonderful tradition to bring as much as possible of Oberlin to New York, I implemented a plan last fall to bring as much of OCircus! to New York as possible. In this post: Circus! Photos! Autumn!
The Fun Part
October 28, 2009
On performing at CMJ over fall break
October 26, 2009
Isaac reflects on his first impressions of Oberlin after flying back home for fall break--only to find that his real home is at Oberlin. Awww.
Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me...
October 16, 2009
...but it wouldn't have mattered because I probably wouldn't have listened anyways.
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