A venture of the Oberlin Project, the Oberlin Food Hub links local farms with wholesale buyers in Northeast Ohio.
Now in its eighth season, the festival continues its tradition of providing meaningful theater classics with free admission.
The annual Eat Local Challenge celebrates the college’s commitment to local food and local farmers by providing a meal sourced entirely from within 150 miles of Oberlin’s kitchens.
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival keeps interest in arts alive with free, professional plays in rotating repertory.
Event introduces Prospect Elementary School students to science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
The First Lady will visit Oberlin as part of her Reach Higher initiative.
A new Ohio Historical Marker installed at the First Church in Oberlin, United Church of Christ, honors First Church and Antoinette Brown Blackwell, class of 1847, and the first woman ordained as a minister in the United States.
All are invited to celebrate Oberlin on Saturday, September 27 from 1 p.m. to 4 in Tappan Square for Oberlin’s annual Community and Culture Festival.
As the new director of the Oberlin Project, Sean Hayes envisions a more prosperous and sustainable community.
When Oberlin students work with residents of the Kendal at Oberlin retirement community, it's an experience that benefits both communities.
A group of students teamed up to create the History Lessons Project, a public story sharing effort and art installation that coincided with the recent convocation talk by United States Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey.
Oberlin College will soon construct a state-of-the-art hotel, restaurant, and conference center that will be named in honor of Peter B. Lewis, the late philanthropist and chairman of Progressive Insurance Company.