The Lives of African American Women are Shared in a History Design Lab Project
December 2, 2021
A history project moves from the classroom to an ongoing digital platform that focuses on the lives of extraordinary African American women closely associated with the college.
Expressing Vulnerability Through Music
March 24, 2021
A few months ago, Özüm Pamukçu ’23 explored her ability to become fully vulnerable. Her journey led to the production of two original songs and a thirst for more.
Discovering a Passion for Science Communication: Lisa Learman '16
January 6, 2021
Jaimie Yue '22
A biology and musical studies double major at Oberlin, Learman is completing her PhD in the Cellular and Molecular Medicine program at Johns Hopkins University.
Arts and Sciences Orchestra Collaboration Premieres December 15
December 10, 2020
Virtual performance draws upon musicians from the college, community, conservatory, and elsewhere.
Oberlin Conservatory Claims Record Number of Fulbright Finalists
May 13, 2020
Honored students for 2020-21 plan musical studies across Europe, teaching in India, and more.
Sophia Bass ’20 Awarded Fulbright Research Grant in India
May 13, 2020
The musical studies major will study Carnatic music in India.
Oberlin Gives Students in the Arts and Sciences a New Path to Musical Education
March 10, 2020
Oberlin’s liberal arts students will have a new way to tap into the world-class musical education offered by the Conservatory of Music next year, as the institution launches a new music minor.
Phlox Ensembles Give Underrepresented Groups a Voice
January 19, 2020
Hannah Schoepe ’20
Ensembles promote women and trans individuals in classical music, and celebrates repertoire by composers of these identities.
No Time Like Ngo Time
January 8, 2020
Charlotte Maskelony ’21
In four short years at Oberlin College, Alex Ngo set his course for a life in music.
One Campus, a Million Musical Opportunities
November 23, 2019
Charlotte Maskelony '21
Oberlin College musician Olivia Fink ’21 finds no shortage of conservatory connections.