Oberlin students jump at the opportunity to study abroad at sea.
Assistant Professor of Politics Jenny Garcia teaches through the lens of polarization and what makes this election cycle so unusual.
Aaron Appel ’16 is pursuing his interest in social justice and doing a little of everything while working for Auntie Na’s House, a grassroots community center in Detroit.
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.
Molly Brand ’15 works behind the political scenes as media team member for communications consulting firm GMMB.
Alumna Julia Skrovan ’15 will teach English and lend writing support to undergraduate and graduate students at Syiah Kuala University in Banda Aceh.
Peter Saudek ’15 works for the Housing Research and Advocacy Center in Cleveland to tackle advocacy work around civil rights and social justice.
Machmud Makhmudov, a politics major and environmental studies minor, will study in Oxford for the next two years.
Nicholas Olson ’15 is spending his summer working for POZ magazine before beginning a master’s program in public policy at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
A politics and law and society double major, Kassen hopes to pick up one of the many different languages in Malaysia.
First-year Dai Li receives a Davis Projects for Peace grant to empower China’s factory workers through a labor-focused Android app.
Alex Abramowitz ’15 will spend one year in Germany cultivating a deep understanding of German daily life and culture from educational, professional, and linguistic standpoints.