Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Thursday, October 10

Open to all! Join us for this rare opportunity to learn with our talented guest artist, Jean Claude Lessou. He was born and raised in Abidjan, Ivory Coast in...

Webinar features Vladi Shunturov ’05, president and cofounder of Lucid Connects. Environmental monitoring for commercial buildings. Discover how an Obie...

Thinking about law school or legal professions? Wondering what academic and experiential learning opportunities to explore and when to start working on your...

As a part of the Oberlin College Libraries’ sponsorship of Octavofest 2019, Travis McDade will discuss his book Torn from Their Bindings: A Story of Art,...

"Friction in Flatland: A Tribological Trip" is the title of the talk to be presented by Kathryn Hasz ’14, PhD candidate in materials science at the...

When protest is insufficient and our efforts appear insignificant compared to the injustice we confront what more can we do? YBCD invites the campus and...

Please join us for a reading by Allegra Hyde and Robin Beth Schaer, the Creative Writing Program 2019-20 visiting assistant professors. Q & A to follow.

Come one, come all to the annual Winter Term Fair! Representatives from all over campus will be available to speak with you about the Winter Term programs...

A PI guest recital by Weedie Braimah, percussion/djembe. Read more about Weedie Braimah. -- PI: Performance and Improvisation Ensembles provide an...

Peter Neil Carroll, author of the brand-new poetry collection Something is Bound to Break, is currently Poetry Moderator for Portside.org and lives in...

Ty Greene is a normal guy with three very big problems. In an unprecedented (for him) run of promiscuity, Ty has managed to impregnate three women in the...

Thursday, October 10