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This Week in Photos: February 26

February 26, 2020
Yvonne Gay
A male swimmer stands with a crowd behind him.
The Oberlin College swimming and diving teams wrapped up an impressive four-day performance in February at the North Coast Athletic Conference Championship in Granville, Ohio. Photo credit: Courtesy of Oberlin Athletics

 

A boy and girl stand back to back wearing white sweat suits.
Oberlin’s Black History Month fashion show, Look Black At It: 50 Years of Fashion, featured some of the unique styles that influenced the fashion industry and the nation in the last 50 years. Photo credit: Dale Preston ’83 

 

A row of students look at a panel of people in front of them.
Oberlin Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Tom Hopkins moderates a Career Fair panel discussion on Publishing and Journalism with authors Jillian Buckley ’14, Emily Guendelsberger ’06, and Zack Knoll ’14. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay

 

An opening in a bookcase reveals a group of students holding open music books.
The Oberlin College Black Musicians Guild gives a Tiny Ref Desk Concert in the conservatory library. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay

 

A man wipes a tear away from his face.
Herman Bearvers '81 holds back tears in front of a crowd in Third World House as he recalls a lifechanging moment at Oberlin College. Photo credit:  Yvonne Gay

 

A woman twirls on a platform.
Featuring Visiting Assistant Professor Alice Blumenfeld’s company, Abrepasoflamenco, this traditional flamenco performance in Hebrew Heritage House featured Latino music and information about  the Jewish influence in flamenco. Photo credit: Lucie Maria Weismueller

 

A female performer holds her hand and microphone in the air.
A new three-day music festival hosted by Oberlin College student radio, WOBC-FM, in association with the Student Union Programming Committee, Oberlin Hip-Hop Collective, and F+ABB.= featured several artists, including HOOK and BKTHERULA, who performed on campus in the ’Sco. Photo credit: Jack Lichtenstein ’23

 

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