This Week in Photos: January 22

January 22, 2020
Yvonne Gay
A an stands in front of a movie screen with the words of the screen on his face and body.
In this workshop, Visiting Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies and Creative Writing Joshua Sperling explores the practical skills involved in telling and analyzing popular screen narratives. Photo credit: John Seyfried

 

A group of people sitting at desk and looking toward a stage.
Participants in this year’s LaunchU program take notes during a Boot Camp Session with Bara Watts, director of entrepreneurship. Photo credit: Osama Dawood

 

A male student plays the violin.
Oberlin’s String Quartet Intensive in Kulas Recital Hall. Photo credit: Dustin Frantz

 

A group of high school and Oberlin students take a music class.
Members of Oberlin’s Sonny Rollins Jazz Ensemble engage with Berkeley High School students in California in an educational outreach program. Photo credit: Terrence McCarthy.

 

A lady talks into a microphone.
A student in the Podcasting Oberlin News winter-term project interview Ms. Kim, owner of Kim’s Grocery & Carryout in downtown Oberlin. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay

 

A boy and girl work in front of a table with small metal pieces on top of a platform.
Students work on an ongoing research project involving dark matter. The project is part of the Global Network of Optical Magnetometers for Exotic Physics (GNOME) collaboration. Photo credit: Dustin Frantz

 

A boy writes Greek letters on a blackboard.
This course takes students through the syllabus for Greek 101. Students who successfully complete the course during this winter term may sign up for Greek 102 in the spring. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

A man points to numbers on a white board.
Psychology department research technician Peter Naegele teaches R for SPSS. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

Students play the viola in a small studio.
A Beginning Viola Da Gamba classroom session. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

A girl lays on her stomach and looks up toward the ceiling.
Teaching Dance to Anyone students are joined by Writing for Everyone students in Warner Center dance studio. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

Students sit at a table filled with maps and books.
Students in the Practicum in Exhibit Design winter-term project work on a community-informed exhibit of Alaska Native cultural objects that will be displayed in the Mary Church Terrell Library in the spring. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay

 

A professor and student look at a glowing light.
Assistant Professor William Parsons’s lab focuses on the development of small molecule tools to study the physiological roles of intramembrane hydrolases and better understand the biological fates of their substrates. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay

 

A girl jumps into a boy's arms on stage.
Rehearsal of the quirky new winter-term opera ‘‘The Wild Beast of the Bungalow’’ in Warner Concert Hall. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

Students work at long tables with papers in front of them.
Student volunteers spend Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at Franklin D. Roosevelt Academy in Cleveland. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

Two people sit in a snow tube
Students take a break during winter term to enjoy polar blast snow tubing at Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resorts in Peninsula, Ohio. Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

 

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