Campus News

Aerialists Put Poetry into Motion

April 9, 2015
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Hayley Larson

Sophomore Katharine Geber performs at Falling Up: An Aerialist Showcase on Sunday, April 5, in Hales Gymnasium. Presented by Oberlin College Aerialists, all acts from the program were based on poems from Shel Silverstein’s Falling Up.

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Oberlin in Photos: Day Tripping

May 7, 2020
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Oberlin in Photos: The Art of Science

April 7, 2020
Since its re-emergence in 2015, Oberlin’s student-run, general interest science publication— the Synapse has intrigued readers with subject matter such as the first human head transplant to how algorithms can create realistic faces from scratch. And leading those articles are impactful illustrations that become stories all their own. In this photo series, we look at this publication’s art of science.