Events Calendar

Events

Tuesday, April 8

Movie: Voces inocentes (Innocent Voices)

Movie: Voces inocentes (Innocent Voices) 7:30am

Voces Inocentes (innocent voices) explores life during the civil war in El Salvador. After the movie, Luisa Levine and Lisa- Qiao will also talk about El...

Spanish House (La Casa Hispanica; Harvey House)  
<3" (three inches or less) handcrafted miniature books

<3" (three inches or less) handcrafted... 8:30am

The Delaware Valley Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers will showcase their talents in the Clarence Ward Art Library’s upcoming show <3” (three inches or...

Clarence Ward Art Library, Allen Memorial Art Building, 2nd Floor  
Information Table: Fund for the Public Interest

Information Table: Fund for the Public Interest 9:00am

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. They are...

Mudd Center, Seeley G. (Main Library), Academic Commons  
German Table

German Table 12:00pm

Join us for lunch at Stevenson every week and practice your German language skills in an informal environment.

Stevenson Hall, Biggs  
Rincón Latino

Rincón Latino 12:00pm

Come have lunch with us every week day and practice your Spanish

Stevenson Hall  
Core & Weights

Core & Weights 12:15pm

Core & Weights is a fun, innovative 45-minute muscle defining and sculpting workout utilizing 2 lb – 8 lb weights with the addition of cutting edge core...

Jesse Philips Physical Education Center, Multipurpose Room  
French Table

French Table 12:15pm

Come have lunch with us every week day at Stevenson Hall from 12:15 to 1:15 and practice your French!

Stevenson Hall  
AMAM Tuesday Tea - Thomas Van Nortwick

AMAM Tuesday Tea - Thomas Van Nortwick 2:30pm

Thomas Van Nortwick, Nathan A. Greenberg Professor of Classics, discusses the myth of Achilles as seen in two AMAM paintings: Thetis and Achilles at the...

Allen Memorial Art Museum, East Gallery  
Information Session: Fund for the Public Interest

Information Session: Fund for the Public Interest 4:00pm

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. They are...

Wilder Hall (Student Union), 315  
Men's Lacrosse at  Wittenberg University

Men's Lacrosse at Wittenberg University 4:00pm

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Springfield, OH  
Annual Oberlin College Student Translation Symposium

Annual Oberlin College Student Translation... 4:30pm

Each year for more than a decade the translation symposium has been the intellectual and creative high point of the Oberlin academic year. It is a...

Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall, Science Center  
Friendship Festival

Friendship Festival 4:30pm

A celebration with tea, food, activities, music, dance, poetry, and reflections celebrating friendship as a pathway to international, intercultural, and...

Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse, Hales Annex  
Greg McNeal: NSA and National Security

Greg McNeal: NSA and National Security 4:30pm

Gregory McNeal is a professor of law and public policy at Pepperdine University and an expert in national security law and policy. He previously served...

Nancy Schrom Dye Lecture Hall, Science Center  
Watson Information Meeting

Watson Information Meeting 4:30pm

General Information for those considering applying to the Watson Fellowship in 2014/15.

Wilder Hall (Student Union), 115  
COMETS Multimedia Mentoring

COMETS Multimedia Mentoring 5:00pm

Learn how to use media for creative purposes. The Collaborative Media Exploration Technology Support (COMETS) mentors are here to help you with projects and...

Mudd Center, Seeley G. (Main Library), Multimedia Center  
Guest Master Class: Ariana Ghez, oboe

Guest Master Class: Ariana Ghez, oboe 5:30pm

A guest master class by Ariana Ghez, oboe (LA Philharmonic, principal oboe). Admission is free. Program TBA. -- ARIANA GHEZ joined the Los Angeles...

David H. Stull Recital Hall  
Interviews: Fund for the Public Interest

Interviews: Fund for the Public Interest 6:00pm

The Fund for the Public Interest is a national non-profit organization that works to build support for progressive organizations across the country. They are...

Wilder Hall (Student Union), 315  
Orthodox Presanctified Liturgy

Orthodox Presanctified Liturgy 6:00pm

Oberlin Orthodox Christian Fellowship welcomes all to a Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts in the Lewis House Multifaith Center. These special services are...

Lewis House and Multifaith Center  
Guyland:  The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men

Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men 7:00pm

Dr. Kimmel is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Stony Brook University and the author of more than twenty volumes including, Manhood in America: A...

Nancy Schrom Dye Lecture Hall, Science Center  
NextGen: Starting a Nonprofit with Zero Dollars

NextGen: Starting a Nonprofit with Zero Dollars 7:00pm

Poy Winichakul '11 and Luke Squire '11 are cofounders of LaunchProgress, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing the number of young progressives in local office...

Wilder Hall (Student Union), 101  
Lecture: "Invisible Man and the Clarity of Hell"

Lecture: "Invisible Man and the Clarity of... 7:30pm

The Oberlin Lectures in English and American Literature presents: A Public Lecture by Percival Everett, Distinguished Professor of English and Creative...

Hallock Auditorium, Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies  
Master of Music Recital: Jennifer Bower, organ

Master of Music Recital: Jennifer Bower, organ 8:00pm

A conservatory Master of Music degree recital performed by Jennifer Bower, organ. The recital will begin at 8 pm at Fairchild Chapel and move to Peace...

Fairchild Chapel, Bosworth Hall  
Senio Recital: Miles Labat

Senio Recital: Miles Labat 8:00pm

A conservatory senior degree recital performed by Miles Labat, jazz drums. Program to be announced from stage.

Clonick Hall, Bertram and Judith Kohl Building  
Tales by Moonlight

Tales by Moonlight 8:00pm

Members of African Students Association perform their favorite folktales and stories from the Motherland. Everyone is welcome.

Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse, Hales Annex  

Tuesday, April 8

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