Creative writing teaching residency makes poetry accessible for local middle school students.
Schwartzman says she looks forward to immersing herself in a language she is passionate about learning.
Louise Edwards ’16 says her Shansi fellowship at Shanxi Agricultural University in Taigu, China, is an opportunity to learn more about her biracial identity by engaging in cross-cultural learning.
Acclaimed novelist Gary Shteyngart ’95 delivers Convocation talk and shares excerpts from his memoir Little Failure.
Angus Chen ’13 is a science reporter for National Public Radio (NPR).
Maya Mariner ’15 is exploring the world behind the camera as a production assistant for the satirical publication The Onion.
Sarah Chatta '17 and Olivia Evans '18 will study critical foreign languages this summer.
Oberlin's slam poetry club, OSlam!, sent a competitive team to Richmond, Virginia, to compete in the College Union Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI). The team placed 16th out of 68 competitors, beating its personal record from the previous year.
Politics and creative writing double-major and economics minor Saksham Khosla '15 has been awarded a Carnegie Junior Fellowship in the South Asian Program.
3 Sections, by alumnus Vijay Seshadri, has been awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
Students in Oberlin's creative writing program find publishing opportunities before they graduate.
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