Meet Me at the 'Sco

November 13, 2015

Communications Staff

The ’Sco is Oberlin’s student-run music and dance club.
Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

Chrome stools line the bar of the Dionysus Club, better known as the ’Sco. Located on the ground floor of Wilder Hall, the student-run nightclub attracts alternative bands and showcases musical acts formed by Oberlin students. The ’Sco hosts a variety of other acts, like OSLAM, Oberlin’s slam poetry group, and open mic nights. Or, come to watch Monday night football and play a game of darts. Student DJs rock the house on nights when there are no live acts.

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