Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Friday, November 22

Obies for Undocumented Inclusion and the Multicultural Resource Center have partnered to host a panel discussion on how the Supreme Court's ruling will...

Come see Jazz Studies majors play in ensembles at this weekly musical forum at the Cat. Performances followed by comments and questions by both jazz and...

Come join the Office of Environmental Sustainability for our monthly hangout! This is a casual setting to gather around a great spread of vegan food. This...

Anxiety is a normal part of life and at times can be helpful and productive! Yet, when anxiety becomes overwhelming, constant feelings of inadequacy or...

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A conservatory junior degree recital performed by Herdís M. Guðmundsdóttir, violin, assisted by Liam...

The Department of Philosophy 2019 Rhoden Lecturer is Meena Krishnamurthy, assistant professor of philosophy at Queen’s University. Professor Krishnamurthy...

Oberlin College Swimming vs Oberlin Invite Day One Streaming Video: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/oberlin/ https://goyeo.com/calendar.aspx?id=5486

Oberlin’s annual celebration of black creativity features the Kuumba Week Film Festival. See five award-winning films that explore such themes as race,...

Join OCircus for a fantastical evening of magic and mystery, as we take you through a journey in an eclectic forest filled with fantastical charactes—all of...

woman with long gray hair sitting next to man with gray hair and glasses and holding a guitar.

Join the Folk Music Club for an uplifting and Joyful, traditional yet contemporary music performance; music to cure what ails you!! Program features David...

Artist recital performance by Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment with its resident chorus, and featuring soloists Iestyn Davies, countertenor and...

The Oberlin Film Co-op presents Paper Shadows, the first feature film by Robert C. Banks Jr. Not only are we screening this wonderful, weird, locally shot...

‘‘It’s like, science fiction, post-apocalyptic, father and daughter, hopefully funny and sad?” In the first entry of Oberlin’s New Works Festival 2019, The...

SASAMI is the sound of Ashworth reveling in the warmth and magic of analog recording—experimenting with different guitar tones and amplifier placements,...

Seven randomly organized bands have been given four weeks to write one song. Come see what happens next at a night filled with random musical matchings.With...

Friday, November 22