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This is me, in a nutshell.

November 6, 2008

Amber Walker

Since you are here, I assume you are considering Oberlin as one of your college choices...good job! About me (the basics) *I'm a second year *African American Studies and Econ are what I focus my...

Simplify, simplify.

November 6, 2008

Megan Emberton

I know that my many years of avoiding garden work at home would suggest otherwise, but I love biking out to the George Jones Farm to work on OSCA's small plot of land.

November 4th in Oberlin

November 5, 2008

Ma'ayan Plaut

When I tell my kids where I was when this part of history was made, I will say this: I was in Oberlin. The best place in the world.

Indoctrination

November 3, 2008

Max Strasser

"Professors' Liberalism Contagious? Maybe not." -New York Times "Am I supposed to be surprised? No." -Me

I love Halloween.

November 2, 2008

Aries Indenbaum

I went as Bettie Page, which is hard to do.... in public. For the sake of Oberlin College, I won't do too much description. Suffice to say, I looked classy.

Obies in the Eternal City

October 30, 2008

Alice Ollstein

I had the distinct pleasure of flying to Rome for fall break to see my S.O., who is studying Classics there, and I got to employ a lot of what I've learned in classrooms and the coops during my stay.

Fall Break in Oberlin

October 25, 2008

Aries Indenbaum

From one Obie to another: if you really want to take a break from life during a school break, the easiest way to do it is to stay put.

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