Events Calendar

Events

Thursday, March 2

Bystander Training for First-Year Students

Bystander Training for First-Year Students

All first-year and transfer students are required to attend a Bystander Intervention workshop, facilitated by student Preventing and Responding to Sexual...

King Building  
AMAM Exhibition - Exploring Reciprocity:  The Power of Animals in Non-Western Art

AMAM Exhibition - Exploring Reciprocity: The... 10am

Animals act as companions and contributors to human life in this evocative exhibition that features works that range from Japanese woodblock prints to...

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Ripin Gallery  
AMAM Exhibition - Images in Black and White

AMAM Exhibition - Images in Black and White 10am

How does photography as a medium, art form, and documentary method construct identity and stereotype? This exhibition of six photographs explores how the...

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Education Hallway  
Lines of Descent:  Masters and Students in a Utagawa School

Lines of Descent: Masters and Students in a... 10am

This exhibition approaches the museum’s 2016–17 focus on the concept of time by tracing the history of an important group of woodblock printmakers in Japan,...

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Ripin Gallery  
Achieving More than Grades: Race, Morality, and the Pursuit of Education

Achieving More than Grades: Race, Morality, and... 12pm

Pawan Dhingra Professor, Dept. of Sociology & American Studies Tufts University A key site of educational inequality today is the growth of supplemental...

Wilder Hall (Student Union), 101  
Guest Master Class: Michael Mossman, general clinic

Guest Master Class: Michael Mossman, general... 12pm

A guest master class by Michael Mossman, trumpet. -- Michael Philip Mossman, is a professor and director of Jazz Studies at the Copland School of Music at...

Clonick Hall, Bertram and Judith Kohl Building  
Introduction à l'Histoire de France : La France Médiévale

Introduction à l'Histoire de France : La France... 12:15pm

A presentation in French by Grégory Langer about Medieval France. Free pizza will be served.

French House (la Maison Francophone, Bailey House), lounge  
Study Away Application Help/Info Sessions

Study Away Application Help/Info Sessions 12:30pm

For students interested in studying away, these sessions provide important information about the academic leave of absence application process; program...

Peters Hall, 212  
Hector Aristizábal/Theater of the Oppressed

Hector Aristizábal/Theater of the Oppressed 2pm

Hector Aristizabal, founder of ImaginAction and prominent international activist, is coming back to Oberlin to perform his play and lead a workshop in order...

Hallock Auditorium, Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies  
Guest Master Class: Michael Mossman, composition/arranging clinic

Guest Master Class: Michael Mossman,... 3:30pm

A master class by Michael Mossman, trumpet. -- Michael Philip Mossman, is a professor and director of Jazz Studies at the Copland School of Music at...

Clonick Hall, Bertram and Judith Kohl Building  
LaunchU Keynote Speaker: Gerard Baker P'19

LaunchU Keynote Speaker: Gerard Baker P'19 4:45pm

Gerard Baker is editor in chief of the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones, roles he assumed on January 1, 2013. Prior to his appointment, Baker served as the...

Nancy Schrom Dye Lecture Hall, Science Center  
Ornament and Race: The Racial Subtext of Modern Architecture

Ornament and Race: The Racial Subtext of Modern... 4:45pm

Irene Cheng will give a talk, "Ornament and Race: The Racial Subtext of Modern Architecture." Modern architecture has long been popularly understood as an...

Allen Art Building, Classroom 1  
Ritual, Authenticity, and Human Flourishing: Theories from Classical China

Ritual, Authenticity, and Human Flourishing:... 5pm

Michael Puett of Harvard University will give a Mead-Swing Lecture on theories of ritual and human flourishing in classical China. One of the more exciting...

Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall, Science Center  
AMAM First Thursday - Animals in the Western and Non-Western Imaginations

AMAM First Thursday - Animals in the Western... 5:30pm

An panel discussion, "Animals in the Western and Non-Western Imaginations", will be led by Chie Sakakibara, assistant professor of environmental studies. ...

Allen Memorial Art Museum  
LaunchU Open House at The Birenbaum

LaunchU Open House at The Birenbaum 7pm

Please join us for a cash bar at the brand new William and Helen Birenbaum Innovation and Performance Space. The bar will be open from 7:00-11:00 pm, with...

Birenbaum Innovation and Performance Space  
Oberlin College Media Center  Drop-In Hours

Oberlin College Media Center Drop-In Hours 7pm

Come stop by Oberlin College Media Center to learn media skills such as Photoshop and Illustrator, Audio, and more! We also offer large format poster...

Mudd Center, Seeley G. (Main Library), Back right lab of Mudd  
Department of Mathematics Welcomes Speaker Peter Hislop

Department of Mathematics Welcomes Speaker... 7:30pm

Please join the Department of Mathematics to welcome our 2017 Fuzzy Vance Lecturer, Peter Hislop. Hislpo is a professor of mathematics from the University...

King Building, 306  
My Name is My Own: Life, Love, and Resistance in an Uncertain World

My Name is My Own: Life, Love, and Resistance... 7:30pm

Join us for this year's event as Jennicet Gutiérrez and Ola Osaze interview each other on a range of topics—from the undocumented experience to incarceration...

Nancy Schrom Dye Lecture Hall, Science Center  
Melancholy Play

Melancholy Play 8pm

Melancholy Play is about a beautiful, interesting, and melodramatic bank teller named Tilly. Everyone she meets falls in love with her, leading to her...

Little Theater (Hall Auditorium Annex)  
TIMARA guest recital: Bevin Kelley and Travis Johns

TIMARA guest recital: Bevin Kelley and Travis... 8pm

A guest recital by Bevin Kelley and Travis Johns, TIMARA Free and open to the public.

Clonick Hall, Bertram and Judith Kohl Building  
Black Movie Night: "The Birth of a Nation"

Black Movie Night: "The Birth of a... 9pm

Our movies. Our stories. We will be screening films that highlight black experiences. Films include Queen of Katwe, Love Jones, Love and Basketball, Pariah,...

Afrikan Heritage House (Lord-Saunders), Lord Lounge  

Thursday, March 2