Oberlin News Center

Friday, May 26, 2017

Oberlin News Center

  • Studying Race in Brazil

    While studying on a Fulbright grant in Brazil, Laura Li ’14 cofounded a multimedia project, Racialeyes, to explore the complexities of the Asian diaspora and experience in Brazil.

  • London Calling

    During winter term, 12 students traveled to England’s capital to experience the history and variety of the city’s theater scene.

  • Volunteering in Vietnam

    Third-year Gabriel Hitchcock, a neuroscience major and art history minor, spent his winter term in Hanoi, Vietnam, volunteering at a traditional medicine hospital.

  • Filming Wine in France

    Thomas Chevrier, French lecturer and faculty in residence at French House, led a group of students to wine country during winter term to document the iconic French art of winemaking.

  • Teen Research in Action

    A longtime researcher on parent/teenager relationships, Nancy Darling is using her expertise to help an international group of scientists and researchers, called Prepare, increase sexual health in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Far Afield—and A Court

    A good source of practice in both athletics and language, Oberlin students take their sports abroad for a truly immersive experience.

  • New Shansi Director Brings Experience, Vision to Program

    Oberlin Shansi has hired Gavin Tritt to lead the century-old education and cultural exchange organization.

  • Life on the Border

    Study away doesn’t have to take place in another country. In the southwest borderlands, Oberlin students are learning more about themselves and their own country than they could have anticipated.

  • Researching Dental Health in Namibia

    Premed student Richard McGuire is making important discoveries about the state of dental health in poor and underserved communities.

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