This Week in Photos: The Soundtrack of Fall

November 27, 2020

Yvonne Gay

Three students play guitar on stage.
A guitar ensemble concert directed by Stephen Aron, teacher of classical guitar, was live streamed from Kulas Recital Hall.
Photo credit: Jack Lichtenstein '23

A guitar ensemble performance in Kulas Recital Hall featured Suvan Agarwal '23, Aidan Wiley '20, and Craig Slagh '21. The passion demonstrated in their live streamed performance was captured in photos and chosen to be among the images included in this week’s photo series.

Acoustic guitars, theatrical waves, a stage as a classroom, evening leaves, opera in Wilder Bowl, a Woodland Street bike ride, and the journey home.


A large building.
The facade of Hall Auditorium seemingly waves in the wind on this fall day. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay
Desks and chairs on a large stage.
Faculty creatively turned uncommon places into teaching spaces this fall. Lighting design instructor Jeremy Benjamin’s Lighting Design class took place on Hall Auditorium stage. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay
An evening fall view of two buildings.
A fall evening view of Finney Chapel and Cox Administration Building. Photo credit: Jack Lichtenstein ’23
Students sit on a lawn at night and look at a large screen.
Oberlin Opera Theater presented its first-ever virtual opera in Wilder Bowl. Screenings featured Menotti's comedy The Telephone and Poulenc's drama La voix humaine. Photo credit: Vu Nguyen ’21
A girl ridding a bike.
A ride down Woodland Street. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay
A student is surrounded by luggage while sitting in front of a building
This past week, students packed their belongings and headed home for the holiday and the rest of the semester. Photo credit: Yvonne Gay


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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