Summer of Justice
May 26, 2023
Henry Hicks IV
Darius Butler explores human rights across three continents through a Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship.
One Big Service-Oriented Family
April 27, 2023
The Bonner Scholars Program eased Wyae’ Stewart’s transition to Oberlin. Now she’s easing the way for others.
Darielle Kennedy ’22 Enters Public Affairs Arena with Coro Fellowship
June 9, 2022
Darielle Kennedy says her coursework and leadership in Oberlin Student Senate has prepared her for her career journey.
Iesha-LaShay Phillips ’22 Awarded Full Scholarship to Yale Law School
April 25, 2022
After earning full scholarships to nearly every law school she applied to, Iesha-LaShay Phillips ’22 has decided to pursue a fully funded law degree at Yale Law School in the fall.
Truman Scholar Plans to Challenge Systemic Injustice in her Community
July 8, 2021
Iesha-LaShay Phillips ’22 applied for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship because of its emphasis on public service and vast network of scholars motivated by a desire to create change. As a Truman recipient, she hopes to pursue a law degree that will allow her to have a deep impact in her community.
Jasmine Mitchell ’21 Awarded Oberlin Shansi Fellowship and Critical Language Scholarship
April 9, 2021
An appreciation of Japanese history, culture, and language makes being awarded an Oberlin Shansi Fellowship and Critical Language Scholarship a dream come true for Jasmine Mitchell ’21.
Campus Compact names Iesha Phillips ’22 a Newman Civic Fellow
March 24, 2021
Jane Hobson '22
Iesha-LaShay Phillips, a third-year Africana studies and law and society double-major, has been awarded the Campus Compact 2021 Newman Civic Fellowship after being nominated through the Bonner Center for Community-Engaged Learning, Teaching, and Research.
Iesha-LaShay Phillips ’22 Awarded Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship to Study Abroad in Dublin
March 22, 2021
A law and society and Africana studies double major, Iesha-LaShay Phillips is one of 14 student leaders from across the country selected to participate in a summer study abroad program focused on leadership, intercultural communication, and social justice as a Frederick Douglass Global Fellow.
Iesha-LaShay Phillips Appears on 'Today Show' Tribute to Toni Morrison
December 16, 2020
As one of the winners of the 2020 Toni Morrison essay contest winners, Phillips will read an essay that honors Morrison.
Late Nights and Briefings: Law Student Jakheem Wheatley ’19
May 1, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
Jakheem Wheatley ’19 is a first-year law student at UIC John Marshall Law School in Chicago.