Rosie Hertzman ’15 is combining her dream of working in entertainment and her passion for social justice as a production assistant at Red Thread Productions and the comarketing and advocacy coordinator for Dark Matter Productions.
Combe is completing her second year with the Peace Corps in Georgia, where she teaches English to grades 1-12.
Annelise Giseburt ’16 has been selected as the first-ever recipient of the Shansi Hiroshima Fellowship.
During winter term, 12 students traveled to England’s capital to experience the history and variety of the city’s theater scene.
First-year Dai Li receives a Davis Projects for Peace grant to empower China’s factory workers through a labor-focused Android app.
In the Letterpress Studio, students get hands-on experience with printing presses to learn about literature and create new projects.
Recent graduates embark on a year of independent study outside the United States as winners of the prestigious Watson Fellowship.
Performances by Oberlin Summer Theater Festival, as well as faculty and student connections, aim to transform the lives of prison inmates.
Junior Emma Eisenberg has been awarded a Beinecke Scholarship in support of her planned graduate studies in humanities.
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