Conservatory Percussion Department Prepares for Life After a Legend
March 8, 2021
Pablo Rieppi to teach at Oberlin in 2021-22 as professor Michael Rosen concludes remarkable tenure.
Ryan Anthony, Trumpet Prodigy and Former Oberlin Faculty, Dies at 51
July 14, 2020
Electrifying performer appeared with major orchestras across America.
App-based Tour Illuminates Oberlin’s History
July 15, 2019
What began as an aspiration to open a history museum in Oberlin morphed into a series of app-based tours that aim to represent the city’s diverse history—including the first 100 years of Oberlin College.
A Conversation with Alison Ricker, Science Librarian
April 11, 2019
Alison Ricker works behind the scenes to support students and faculty in the sciences. This weekend she will lead a volunteer effort to evaluate science-related Wikipedia articles in observance of Citizen Science Day.
Gertrude B. Lemle Teaching Center Naming
September 26, 2018
The Center for Teaching Innovation and Excellence has been renamed the Gertrude B. Lemle Teaching Center in honor of the late Gertrude B. Lemle, champion of education and the arts.
Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching Offers Inclusive and Evidence-based Practices
September 12, 2018
Ten faculty and staff were named Scientific Teaching Fellows by Yale Mobile Summer Institute on Scientific Teaching.
Constitution Day: Q&A with Donica Thomas Varner
September 11, 2018
On Monday, September 17, 2018 at 5 p.m., Oberlin College will observe Constitution Day with a conversation between Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine and Oberlin’s Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary Donica Thomas Varner.
Academic by Day, Actor by Night: Afia Ofori-Mensa in 'Simply Simone'
September 14, 2017
Afia Ofori-Mensa deactivated her personal Facebook account, hoping to recover time she spent on the site to writing a book manuscript. Instead, Ofori-Mensa found herself playing a young Nina Simone in a production of 'Simply Simone: The Music of Nina Simone' at Karamu House in Cleveland.