May 2017 graduates Kirk Pearson will explore invented instruments, while Paul Van Horne will study the effects of noise in megacities.
Zager gained knowledge of Portuguese language and Capoeira Angola at Oberlin.
Hispanic studies course brings opportunity for practical application of advanced language skills.
Deutsch hopes to return to her theater and playwriting roots.
A biology major, Lilly intends to pursue the field of disease ecology in a bilingual setting.
Baniya will use the $10,000 award to benefit Maya Universe Academy in his native Nepal.
Summer institute develops leaderships skills and provides mentoring and networking.
Summer program facilitates dialogue on human rights and social justice.
A scholar athlete, Newton plans to pursue a PhD in politics or Africana studies.
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.
Classics meets the history of medicine in 2017 Oberlin-in-London program.