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Early decisions with an Ecuadorian Twist

October 16, 2008

Charles Grim

To assure that we have great diversity when we are done with the final crafting of our international class and that we have also chosen the individual applicants who are most likely to thrive, we use a three-decision process for early decision applicants.

The Amish and Languages in America (and at Oberlin)

October 15, 2008

Charles Grim

Last night I visited the United World College in Costa Rica and had the pleasure of speaking with a prospective student from Spain. Xiana is a native speaker, not of Spanish, but of Galacian. This got me thinking about differences in language diversity within countries.

Planning Your Visit

October 11, 2008

Alice Ollstein

To my delight, a prospie e-mailed me last week and asked if she could spend some time with me during her visit to Oberlin. We had a good time, but here's how to have an even better stay.

Obama-rama in Ohio

September 24, 2008

Alice Ollstein

The election results may come down to our little state, and the town and college of Oberlin is rising to the challenge.

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