Campus News

2014 Winter Term Chronicles Part 3

February 19, 2014
Communications Staff

Those who submitted to this third and final installment of the 2014 Winter Term Chronicles include a group of flutists who learned to dissect and repair their own flutes, a first-year student who conducted research in the lab of a MacArthur Genius, students who traveled to India, Morocco, southern France, and Canada; and a group who created a brand new “impropera.”

Although Oberlin OnCampus is concluding its coverage of 2014 winter-term projects with this installment, we'll continue to accept submissions to be included in the winter-term website, and we'll even accept submissions from previous years’ winter terms. Just fill out this quick and simple form:

[This form is no longer available.]

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