Summer of Justice
May 26, 2023
Henry Hicks IV
Darius Butler explores human rights across three continents through a Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship.
May 22, 2023
Nicolas Zamora’s Oberlin experience prepared him for the classrooms of Spain.
Renee Romano Earns Excellence in Teaching Award
May 18, 2023
A specialist in 20th- and 21st-century American cultural and political history and the field of historical memory, Romano is instrumental in establishing Oberlin's public humanities integrative concentration.
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.
April 21, 2023
Amara Granderson’s visions of Broadway came into focus on the stages of Oberlin.
March 23, 2023
Ava Miller '25
Former Truman Scholar Henry Hicks' 21 is a D.C.-based writer and organizer working as a special projects manager for Nonprofit Quarterly.
Vera Grace Menafee Receives Ping Student Service Award
July 12, 2022
Menafee’s dedication to service-learning projects in a Cleveland urban garden has been recognized by the Ohio Campus Compact.
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.
Oberlin Science Scholar Explores Ancient DNA at Emory and Howard Universities
August 11, 2021
Yemko Pryor ’17, a PhD student at Emory University, has a long-term career goal that might one day help society scientifically understand the effects of racism and slavery on Black bodies.
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.