Oberlin News Center

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Oberlin News Center

  • Ready for Anything

    After living in Turkey as a Fulbright scholar and working as a paralegal for the ACLU, Sophia Yapalater '13 is pursuing a medical degree.

  • Hogwarts on Campus

    Whether playing Quidditch on the Oberlin Obliviators or becoming a member of the Oberlin Harry Potter Alliance, fans of the magical book series can find a little bit of Hogwarts on Oberlin's campus (and not just by looking at Peters Hall).

  • Hand-Packaged Care

    Whether they are from family or a local business, the benefits of care packages in treating the common college ailments of homesickness and stress are almost immeasurable.

  • Students Succeed in French Language Competition

    Fourth-year French majors Georgia Lederman and Morgan Griffith took home first and second place, respectively, at a French-speaking competition hosted by la Maison Française de Cleveland.

  • Policy, People, and Grassroot Organizing in Portland

    Kiley Petersen spent her winter term learning about grassroots organizing in local, historically marginalized communities in Portland, Oregon, as an intern for OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon.

  • Filming Wine in France

    Thomas Chevrier, French lecturer and faculty in residence at French House, led a group of students to wine country during winter term to document the iconic French art of winemaking.

  • Writing Science for Radio

    Angus Chen ’13 is a science reporter for National Public Radio (NPR).

  • A Sport of the Mind

    The Oberlin Chess Club cultivates student enthusiasm and skill while preparing to host the competitive Pan-Ams tournament in December.

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