Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Thursday, April 4

Solidarity Forever! Labor and Learning Spotlight on the Collection

The OCOPE Solidarity Committee is pleased to present SOLIDARITY FOREVER: Labor & Learning, a display to be housed in the display cases by Azariah's...

Chemistry and Bio Chemistry Professor Beers

All are welcome to join the chemistry and biochemsitry departments during this week’s Professor Beers. As always, there will be free popcorn. Non-alcoholic...

Book Talk:  Elizabeth Dowling Taylor — The Original Black Elite

The Original Black Elite: Daniel Murray and the Story of a Forgotten Era traces the rise of educated and prosperous African Americans after Emancipation. It...

Beautifully Unfaithful: What Makes a Good Literary Translation? Keynote by Mark Polizzotti

Why do certain translations sing, while others merely sink? Is a “faithful” translation always best, and what do we even mean by “fidelity”? Can we, and...

First Thursday:  Mark Polizzotti

"Beautifully Unfaithful: What Makes a Good Literary Translation?” Mark Polizzotti, publisher and editor in chief at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art,...

Empathy Café

The Yeworkwha Belachew Center for Dialogue invites you to come hang out! Join us for a session of Empathy Café, engage in conversations, and reflect on...

PI Series: Guest Recital: Camila Meza, guitar

A PI Series guest recital by Camila Meza, guitar, also featuring students in the PI program. Performance and Improvisation Ensembles provide an opportunity...

Peer Support Center Hours

Students trained in peer support skills will be available to chat, help talk through a problem, or answer questions about other support resources on...

Songs from My Mother's Seashore

Songs from My Mother's Seashore, directed by Nani Borges '19, is part of the 2019 New Works Festival, presented by the Oberlin College Department of Theater.

Thursday, April 4