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Finney Chapel

90 North Professor Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

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The largest performance space on campus with seating for 1,200, Finney Chapel stands at the heart of Oberlin's intellectual and musical life. When completed in 1908, the chapel became noted for its excellent acoustics. Architect Cass Gilbert's Romanesque arches and oak pews give the place a grand majesty, while a monumental C.B. Fisk pipe organ lends a genuinely soulful feel.

 

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2015 Orientation Recital

2015 Orientation Recital 8/25 7:00pm

The 2015 fall Orientation Recital features a select group of student musicians from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Program: Felix Mendelssohn: String...

Oberlin College Day of Service 2015

Oberlin College Day of Service 2015 8/29 9:00am

Oberlin College 19th Annual Day of Service What Is The Day of Service? The Day of Service (DOS) is the first of many opportunities provided throughout the...

Convocation - American Injustice: Mercy, Humanity and Making a Difference

Convocation - American Injustice: Mercy,... 9/9 7:30pm

Speaker: Bryan Stevenson A MacArthur Fellow and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, Bryan Stevenson is a leader in the movement against mass...

Oberlin Chamber Orchestra: Raphael Jiménez, conductor

Oberlin Chamber Orchestra: Raphael Jiménez,... 9/26 8:00pm

A performance by the Oberlin Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Raphael Jiménez. Program TBA

Convocation: An Evening with Zadie Smith

Convocation: An Evening with Zadie Smith 9/29 7:30pm

Born in 1975 to an English father and a Jamaican mother, Zadie Smith read English at Cambridge before graduating in 1997. Her first novel, White Teeth...

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Peter Asch

Peter Asch left a positive review 4/7/2015

Such a wonderful time, and I liked having the opportunity to ask a fun first question too! Thanks for bringing Vijay and other luminaries like him in the humanities!!

Peter Asch

Peter Asch left a positive review 4/18/2015

A wonderful final full-school concert for Dan and Noah, and simply a fantastic time - also an extraordinary and enjoyable performance from Brendan Eprile! Thanks all!

Peter Asch

Peter Asch left a positive review 10/1/2013

This guy is a boss! Strongly recommended, hope Oberlin can bring him back!!

Peter Asch

Peter Asch left a positive review 3/31/2015

I loved this entire convocation - thanks for procuring such a high-profile, fantastic convocation speaker as usual! I strongly believe that any Oberlin student who has the time to attend the convocations not only ought to go, but is obligated to do so - especially something as interdisciplinary and fundamental as yesterday's event with Editor Baquet.

Sharon Pearson

Sharon Pearson left a positive review 2/22/2014

Great. Love to have the opportunity to meet celebrities in settings like this.

Danyang Dong

Danyang Dong left a positive review 9/27/2014

awesome I had joy from this concert, sitting at the back and enjoy music alone is cool to top

Peter Asch

Peter Asch left a positive review 9/19/2014

An incredible third convocation and one of my all time favorites! I am a second year and I've been to every convocation Oberlin has offered, so I speak with a fair degree of relativity! This Radiolab team is phenomenal, effervescent, hilarious, intelligent, entertaining, and highly enlightening! I learned stuff, had fun, talked with cool students and professors, and just had a wonderful time. An excellent way to kick off the fourth week of the semester/ end the third week as everything gets more intense...

Bridget Flynn

Bridget Flynn left a positive review 2/8/2014

Ms. Dunham was so genuine, so funny, so sweet, so articulate. Great event.

Kate Greenberg

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Sharon Pearson

Sharon Pearson left a positive review 12/13/2013

It was fabulous. It made me reflect on my lack of knowledge of an inspirational leader that I did not take the opportunity to know while he was alive. It has me wanting to know more about him.

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