Oberlin had a huge effect on my life,” Kander explains. “And the experience of being part of this community and being in the perfect place for me, which I’ve often said, is something I’ve never forgotten.
John Kander, Fall 2011 issue of Oberlin Alumni magazine. (via houtis)
Let us stand up. Let us be a concerned generation. Let us remain awake through a great revolution. And we will speed up that great day when the American Dream will be a reality. We, in the final analysis, can gain consolation from the fact that at least we’ve made strides in our struggle for peace and in our struggle for justice. We still have a long, long way to go, but at least we’ve made a creative beginning.
The Ohio Athletic Conference voted Tuesday to seek an assurance from the College that it will not allow women to participate in ‘all men’s’ OAC athletics, according to George Andrews, chairman of the College Athletic Advisory Committee.