Peter Stern '22 Receives Fulbright to Greece
May 12, 2022
A creative writing and cinema studies double major, Stern will teach English literature to K-12 students through a program based in Athens College.
Riley Davis '22 Receives Fulbright to Argentina
May 5, 2022
A double major in Hispanic studies and Latin American studies, Davis has demonstrated a passion for language and language-learning.
German Writer-in-Residence Peter Stephan Jungk Finds Inspiration and Belonging in Oberlin
April 19, 2022
The three-time Max Kade German Writer in Residence will give a public reading of his works in English on April 26 in the German House lounge.
2022 Winter Term Recap
March 11, 2022
Office of Communications
More than 2,290 students explored projects and research opportunities outside of their normal course of study during Winter Term. In this wrap-up gallery we look back at some of the group projects students performed.
TAPIF Recipient Ella Franklin ’21 Looks Forward to a French Teaching Career
July 12, 2021
Ella Franklin ’21 plans to pursue a career as a teacher of English abroad or as a teacher of French in an English-speaking country, which makes receiving a fellowship in the Teaching Assistant Program in France a perfect fit.
Patrick Powers '21 Receives Fulbright to Uzbekistan
June 10, 2021
Powers has a deep interest in the culture, politics, and literature of Central Asia.
Hannah Scholl ’21 Heads to Austria with USTA Fellowship
April 28, 2021
As a teaching assistant, Scholl will help Austrian students develop the linguistic skills needed to be fluent in English, while serving as an informal ambassador and promoting cross-cultural dialogue between the United States and the Republic of Austria.
The Hectic and Gratifying Life of a CNN Producer
March 17, 2021
Matthew Kendrick’s passion for shooting and editing video led to a position as an associate producer with CNN political commentator Fareed Zakaria. Today, he reflects on his experiences and offers advice to students who have hopes of working in the broadcast journalism industry.
From Double Major to Law School: Emily Kelly-Olsen ’19
July 22, 2020
Jaimie Yue '22
A student athlete, Kelly-Olsen discovered her passion for politics and East Asian studies at Oberlin. She is currently a student at University of Michigan Law School and working as an associate at a law firm in her hometown of Portland, Oregon.
Hannah Scholl ’21 Awarded Delta Phi Alpha Scholarship
April 26, 2020
Carson Li ’20
A trip to Germany as an exchange student sparked an interest in the country’s language and culture.