From Classroom to Community (and Back Again)
April 20, 2023
For Bonner Scholar Sadie Owens, the best lessons come from teaching others.
Taking a Shine to TIMARA
May 5, 2021
Oli Bentley '21
Vocalist and philosophy major Diana Gruber ’22 crafted an innovative conservatory major—and an alter ego to match.
The Perfect Career Sweet Spot
November 20, 2020
When she was a student at Oberlin, Rosemary Boeglin ’14 thought a career in journalism was in her future. Today, instead of writing the news Boeglin helps to create it in her role as a rapid response spokesperson for President-elect Joe Biden.
Flexing the Reporting Muscles: Jenna Gyimesi ’19
March 23, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
As a graduate student at the Columbia University School of Journalism, Gyimesi is gaining experience in reporting and news production by working in the field.
Philosophy in the Schools: Learning Through Teaching
July 11, 2019
Phoebe Pan ’20
A philosophy practicum bridges the distance between teaching and learning, showing that the two are symbiotic and inextricable. The course also facilitates outreach in the Oberlin community.
A Singer Gets Philosophical
January 14, 2019
Conservatory Communications Staff
Double-degree mezzo-soprano Perri di Christina '16 looks back on her Oberlin years and ahead to a special reunion.
Emma Leiken '16 Receives Fulbright-Nehru Grant for Research in India
April 25, 2016
A religion major, Leiken will build on her past work with an oppressed group of Buddhists.
Oberlin Alum Receives Pulitzer Prize
April 15, 2014
3 Sections, by alumnus Vijay Seshadri, has been awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.