Campus News

Mentoring Young Astronomers

June 11, 2013
Communications Staff

Last month, Federighi Professor of Physics and Astronomy Dan Stinebring traveled to the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia with three Oberlin students. Next week, the group heads to Krabi, Thailand, for the annual meeting of the International Pulsar Timing Array, where they will meet and interact with more than 100 researchers and students from around the globe.

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This Week in Photos: A Walk in the Park

September 25, 2020
On any given day a walk through Tappan Square could lead to a performance, art exhibit, or even a wedding day photo shoot. On this day the park is many things for many people.
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Oberlin College Reaffirms its Commitment to Accessibility with New Scholarship

September 25, 2020
To help families address the increasing cost of higher education, Oberlin College will award a $10,000 Oberlin Commitment Scholarship to all new students who apply and enroll in fall 2021. The scholarship will be renewable for up to four years for students pursuing degrees in either the College of Arts and Sciences or the Conservatory of Music, and up to five years for students who are pursuing a double degree.