From figure skater to physician to jazz trumpeter, Eddie Henderson is as versatile as they come. He performs with the Oberlin Jazz Ensemble April 28.
Summer program facilitates dialogue on human rights and social justice.
A scholar athlete, Newton plans to pursue a PhD in politics or Africana studies.
In his senior composition recital, fifth-year Kirk Pearson attempts to explain what would happen if the characteristics of the digital world started to permeate our physical lives.
A mural designed by third-year Aiury Cavallo enlivens Spanish Table in Stevenson Dining Hall.
Their love of track and field brought them to Oberlin—and to NCAA acclaim.
Program to feature works by Delius, Vaughan Williams, and Strauss—plus a first look at the 2017-18 Artist Recital Series.
Senior Adam Chazin-Gray will receive $50,000 to use toward research and graduate studies in climatology, microbiology, and public health.
Anna Feuer ’14 currently works as the senior acquisitions assistant in the Technical Services department at the Art Institute of Chicago, the largest art museum in the country.
Chef and community activist Vimala Rajendron trained CDS staff in traditional Indian cuisine over spring break.
Classics meets the history of medicine in 2017 Oberlin-in-London program.
Double-degree student Judy Jackson '18 blends her love of computers and computer music.