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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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