Posts tagged Oberlin
Posts tagged Oberlin
Oberlin College’s Office of Career Services helps students and recent alumni in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Conservatory of Music identify and achieve meaningful career objectives that build upon their Oberlin education and experiences.
Summer Office Hours
The office is open Monday through Friday,
8:30am to 4:30pm. We are closed for lunch from noon to 1pm.
Oberlin is still here to help if you are out on the job hunt!
THC is compiling their most powerful and unique music into an EP and album with Jazz legends Robin Eubanks and Miguel Zenon
I would not usually go out on a limb like this and ask for support, but I just put my kickstarter up for my new Jazz album with my group the Terry Hsieh Collective. Hope we can count on your support and help to spread the word!
(Terry Hsieh ’11)
On Saturday, May 25, 2013, Dean David H. Stull and Conservatory faculty hosted a special luncheon for graduating seniors and their families. This album captures some of the beautiful moments from this special lunch! All photos by William Rieter.
We have been getting a number of complaints about world.oberlin.edu users with Comcast e-mail addresses not receiving e-mail. Here is the information we have that also appears on our website:
Users of world.oberlin.edu e-mail forwarding who use a Comcast.net e-mail address may have noticed that…
Congratulations to incoming first-year Olivia Boen! Olivia is a finalist in the high school Art Song category for the American Prize this year.
Have you gotten a chance to give Asst Prof of Harp Yolanda Kondonassis’s latest release a listen a yet?
It’s on her website, with excerpts! Right here: http://ow.ly/lJmfB
Dirty Wars is opening in New York City, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles on Friday, June 7, and many other cities nationwide soon after.
The film features independent journalist Jeremy Scahill, the New York Times bestselling author of Blackwater and now Dirty Wars (the book of the same title as the film).
The film won the Cintematography Prize at Sundance. Variety says it is “astonishingly hard-hitting” and adds: “This jaw-dropping, persuasively researched pic has the power to pry open government lockboxes.”
Produced by Anthony Arnove ‘91
Con Deans hold coffee for the about-to-be graduates at Commencement!
A conversation with former Dean of Students George Langeler, who joined the Oberlin staff in 1959. He talks about the social change that happened in the 1960s on the Oberlin campus. Recorded at the Class of 1963 50th Reunion dinner Sunday, May 26, 2013.