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Mail Art

June 3, 2020
Amanda Nagy
A remote workshop given by the Clarence Ward Art Library and Special Collections introduced the Oberlin community to the mail art movement.

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Oberlin in Photos: Husssh, Everyone is Studying!

May 14, 2020
Yvonne Gay
As students study for final exams away from campus this week, we're flashing back to Oberlin's fall reading period in December 2019. Join us as we stop by the Seeley G. Mudd Center, conservatory library, and other places on campus where Obies were hard at work preparing for finals.
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Postcards from Oberlin

May 8, 2020
Yvonne Gay
“The best thing about my quarantine workday (besides hanging out with my toddler) is seeing my students, even though they are far away. The second best thing is seeing them when it's warm enough to be outside in my backyard in Lakewood. Students + sunshine (+ toddler) = happiness,” writes Kathryn Metz , assistant professor of ethnomusicology.
Tracy Sutherland

Q&A with Tracy Sutherland

February 19, 2020
Communications Staff
Sutherland provides leadership and oversight for public services in the Oberlin College Libraries.

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Q&A with Tim Keller

September 4, 2019
Communications Staff
Meet the head of discovery and metadata services, and read about his favorite place on earth and how he nearly opened a boulangerie in Paris.

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