Oberlin College and Conservatory

Events

Friday, March 15

Ecolympics: Compost Week in Stevenson Hall

Get excited about composting in Stevenson Dining Hall! During this week, composting service will be available in the dining room for all food waste and...

Mudd Center

Stop by the Mary Church Terrell library and display your pre-filled pledge card on the whiteboard in the front entrance. Haven’t made the Ecolympics pledge...

Close up on the sign for Oberlin Science center with the building out of focus in the background

Drop by the Science Library any time during Ecolympics and check out the sustainability book display! Borrow a kilowatt meter and follow the instructions to...

An illustration of hands holding fidgets for sensory exploration.

In partnership with the Office for Disability and Access, the Center for Student Success will be hosting a Sensory Room where students can sign up for a 15...

Steps up to an arch - the front entrance of Wilder Hall

As part of Ecolympics, join us on a tour of the Oberlin Drinking Water Plant to learn about their operations! Come learn about the fascinating process that...

King Building, 10 North Professor Street

Join the politics majors committee for our monthly roundtable discussion. This month’s theme will focus on trust and faith in public democratic institutions....

Object Talk / “Portable Altar in a Carrying Case” with Sophie Haward (OC 2027)

Sophie Haward (OC 2027) leads an informal discussion on Jacopo Ligozzi’s Portable Altar in a Carrying Case (Christ on the Mount of Olives). This event is...

Interior of Kulas Recital Hall

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A faculty recital presented by Dmitry Kouzov, cello and Yulia Fedoseeva, piano in Kulas Recital Hall....

Screening Detects Autism in Toddlers

Diana Robins, (’96) Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition that manifests during the first years of life, yet many autistic children are not diagnosed...

Cover of the book "August Wilson: A Life"

Author Patti Hartigan talks about her new biography of the playwright August Wilson with Prof. Caroline Jackson-Smith.

Shabbat Services

Pluralistic Shabbat services, student-led jointly with Rabba Amalia Haas. All are welcome, regardless of background, identity, or previous experience!

Guest Master Class: Laurie Smukler, violin

A guest master class presented by Laurie Smukler, violin in Bibbins 237. This event is part of the Alice I. Takemoto '47 String Residency...

Modiano's Ghosts:  Family History and the Shoah in Dora Bruder

Put on your costumes and join us for live music and dancing! There will be a photo booth, a Purim spiel, a band, a game table, snacks and more! Free to...

Contra dancing

The Contra Dance Club is hosting a dance on Friday, March 15th, in Wilder Main! There will be a beginner's lesson at 7:30 p.m. followed by a dance from 8 to...

A person on a ladder works on a ceiling lighting rig.

A junior recital presented by David Skaggs, TIMARA in the TIMARA Performance Technology Lab. Program: David Skaggs Sleep Study I (2022) David Skaggs...

Junior Recital: Evan de Jong, organ

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A junior recital presented by Evan de Jong, organ in Peace Community Church and Fairchild Chapel....

Interior of Cat in the Cream

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A junior recital presented by Gabi Allemana, jazz voice and Harrison Fink, jazz saxophone from the...

Interior of David H. Stull Recital Hall

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A junior recital presented by Ian McEdwards, clarinet in Stull Recital Hall. Program: Mark Dover I...

Interior of Kulas Recital Hall

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A senior recital presented by Jackie Todd, cello in Kulas Recital Hall. Program: Felix Mendelssohn...

Warner Concert Hall

Watch the webcast – streamed live at concert time. A senior recital presented by Michelle Li, composition from Warner Concert Hall. Program: Michelle...

graphic for L'Orfeo

Watch the webcast - streamed live at performance time. L’Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi | libretto by Alessandro Striggio Directed by Stephanie...

Spring Back

Artistic direction by Ann Cooper Albright (Professor of Dance), selected works by student or faculty choreographers. The annual spring dance concert will...

Zoh Amba playing saxophone and Chris Corsano playing drums.

Zoh Amba is an exciting emerging figure in the avant-garde jazz scene. She is a composer, flutist, and saxophonist, who focuses on blending avant-garde,...

Friday, March 15