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A Throwback Thursday photograph, courtesy of the National Archives: Oberlin was among the first institutions willing to admit relocated Japanese American students — about 40 attended Oberlin — during World War II. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)

A Throwback Thursday photograph, courtesy of the National Archives: Oberlin was among the first institutions willing to admit relocated Japanese American students — about 40 attended Oberlin — during World War II. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)

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Winter 2012 Oberlin Alumni Magazine

In this issue: well-dressed men, penguins (not to be confused with the well-dressed men), a hurrah to our innovative teaching styles, a glossy Oberlin book, favorite pieces in the Allen Memorial Art Museum, and a hat-tip to OCircus. All this, and much much more!

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