Club sports, governed by the student-run Club Sports Council, challenge players to push themselves, teach their teammates, and organize everything from practice to competition.
The Science and Technology Research Opportunities for a New Generation (STRONG) Program, free to its participants, gives underrepresented and first-generation college students the opportunity to gain research experience in the summer before their first year at Oberlin.
The Spanish in the Elementary Schools program celebrates its 10-year anniversary of college students teaching elementary school students to speak Spanish.
Annika Nelson ’15 receives a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship along with seven other Oberlin alumni.
Ty Diringer ’14 has been named a Venture for America (VFA) Fellow, a two-year program that trains recent college graduates and matches them with startup companies in fast-growing cities.
Katelyn Emerson ’15 has received a Fulbright grant to study organ and harpsichord in Toulouse, France, also known as “the paradise of organs,” this coming year.
Sarah Gord ’15, a history major with an English minor and an education concentration, has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Bergen, Norway.
This year, seven Oberlin students traveled to the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta to attend the third Stamps Scholars National Convention, which took place April 10-12.
Politics and creative writing double-major and economics minor Saksham Khosla '15 has been awarded a Carnegie Junior Fellowship in the South Asian Program.
The Sexual Information Center (SIC) presents RESHAPE Week, a series of events occurring April 4 to April 12. RESHAPE Week is one of many changes the SIC has made to its programming this year.
Hunter Gordon '14 studies bassoon full-time at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music, hoping to begin his career as a professional musician.
Kirsten Liebl '13 is following her heart toward a career in horticulture, working at a series of public gardens and farms.