Lifelong Cooperation

March 18, 2015
Sky Kalfus
From Rhode Island to Chicago to California, Oberlin students are applying their OSCA training to a different breed of co-op.


Historical Marker Honors Oberlin Group

January 12, 2015
Amanda Nagy
Fifty years ago, a team of Oberlin students and faculty helped rebuild a Mississippi church destroyed by fire following a voting rights rally. Their effort has been recognized with a historical marker on Mississippi's Freedom Trail.


A Judge for Change

December 29, 2014
Rosalind Black
Amy Dawson ’89 learned her son had autism when he was 3 years old. In response, she founded the Autism Advocacy & Law Center, and recently won a seat in the Fourth Judicial District of Hennepin County in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Bandwagon team members

Get On Board

August 25, 2014
Rosalind Black
Jack Ratner ’14 goes from computer science student to junior engineer at a start-up technology company, Bandwagon, that has introduced a ride-sharing smartphone app to reduce pollution and traffic in New York City.