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This Week in Photos: Birds of a Feather

February 18, 2021

Yvonne Gay

Seven small ducks shaped from snow on a cement pylon.
Socially distanced ducks.
Photo credit: Judy Laushman

A whimsical flock of socially distanced ducks on the Woodland Street pylons serves as inspiration for this week’s photo series.

A livestream faculty concert celebrates Black artistry; an in-person and virtual classroom; vaccination efforts; marshmallow roasts; and ice carved photo stations are just some of the ways the campus and community have found ways to safely gather.


 

A man plays violin with a woman playing piano behind him.
A livestream Celebration of Black Artistry was performed in Oberlin’s Warner Concert Hall. The concert featured violin faculty Sibbi Bernhardsson and David Bowlin in collaboration with piano faculty Robert Shannon and Haewon Song. The program included works by Oberlin alumnus William Grant Still and Oberlin horn professor Jeff Scott. Photo credit: Dale Preston '83
A masked student sits next to a laptop monitor that shows a student on the screen.
Counterpoint class—virtually and in person in Bibbins Hall. Photo credit: Dale preston ’83
An auditorium with nurses and senior citizens.
Kendal at Oberlin completed its last of three COVID-19 vaccination clinics on February 11. Photo credit: Barbara Thomas courtesy of Kendal at Oberlin
Three students roast marshmallows in a n outside fire pit.
Toasting marshmallows in Wilder Bowl. Photo credit: Mike Crupi
Two students pose next to a guitar carved out of ice.
Guitar heros. Photo credit: Mike Crupi

 

This Week in Photos is a selection of images and is not meant to represent a weekly timeline. Images highlight campus, community, people, and events related to Oberlin College.

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