Riley Davis '22 Receives Fulbright to Argentina
May 5, 2022
A double major in Hispanic studies and Latin American studies, Davis has demonstrated a passion for language and language-learning.
Community Mural Project Highlights Aspects of Oberlin
September 14, 2021
More than 100 town and college members picked up artists' brushes and applied their painting skills to a 32-foot mural in Carpenter Court late last month during Community Paint Day. The result is an expressive collage that the organizer of the project hopes will fill passersby with Oberlin pride.
Nina Harris ’20 Awarded Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Guatemala
May 28, 2020
Harris' interest in Guatemala began at 15 years old, when she lived and worked in the country.
Monthlong Speaker Series on Militarization Features Three Former Ambassadors
February 13, 2019
Now in its fourth year, the Global Issues Symposium expands student learning beyond the international studies concentration.
A Conversation with Baron Pineda
October 17, 2018
A cultural anthropologist specializing in human rights and indigenous peoples, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Latin American Studies Baron Pineda is one of seven scholars advising Facebook on the challenges of enforcing community standards.
Julia Pearlstein-Levy '15 Awarded Fulbright Grant in Mexico
May 18, 2015
A Latin-American studies major, Pearlstein-Levy wants to gain a deeper understanding of U.S.-Mexico relations.
Alyssa Phelps '15 Receives Fulbright in Mexico
May 4, 2015
Phelps will bring her Spanish language skills and experience in Latin American Studies to Mexico as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
On the Path to Entrepreneurship
June 9, 2014
Robert Palacios ’14 has been recruited by Venture for America to help grow a startup company based in Cleveland.
From Oberlin to Ipanema
September 26, 2013
A new initiative introduces courses in Portuguese language and Brazilian culture.