May 2017 graduates Kirk Pearson will explore invented instruments, while Paul Van Horne will study the effects of noise in megacities.
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 binaural audio interview with Kyle Hartzell, a Foley sound effects artist.
College receives $350K in combined grants to complete production of The Foreigner's Home, a feature-length film on the intellectual and artistic vision of Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison.
Young alums collaborate on award-winning mockumentary set in the Brooklyn indie electronic music scene.
Maya Mariner ’15 is exploring the world behind the camera as a production assistant for the satirical publication The Onion.
Prestigious honor will support two years of graduate study in the United Kingdom following completion of a double degree.
A short documentary premiering at the Cleveland International Film Festival was created with help of current students, alums, and others with ties to the college.
TIMARA and cinema studies student found that Oberlin's double-degree program united his interests like nothing else.
This week, Oberlin College's media literacy program will screen two movies for local students on food justice issues.
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