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Oberlin College Office of Career Services: This just in: Microsoft on Campus TODAY!

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Harley Rosnow, currently Development Lead for Speech and Audio on the Kinect sensor for Xbox, will be available from 2pm to 4pm today (Monday, Oct. 29) to talk about careers at Microsoft. Mr. Rosnow specializes in support for human languages in software products, on the internet and in speech…

(Source: oberlin.edu)

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For the listener—for those three minutes and 30 seconds of pop bliss—they are in that world, where those feelings [power, danger, passion, love] are real. Those feeling are ample justification for the appreciation, even the loving, of pop music. … Pop stars may not be visionary, may not even be artists, but they are skilled craftsmen and their product is undeniably an impressive one.
Clay Wortmann ‘15, defending pop music in his second-place speech during the Charles Finney Oratorical competition.

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Your very favorite librarian: MLK Jr's Speech at Oberlin College (my Alma Mater)

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“Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution”

Commencement Address for Oberlin College

By Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

June 1965, Oberlin Ohio

“[Oberlin College] President Carr, members of the faculty, and members of the graduating class of this great institution of learning,…

We’ve been quoting it all day, and so have you! Nice!

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What we are facing today is the fact that through our scientific and technological genius we’ve made of this world a neighborhood. And now through our moral and ethical commitment we must make of it a brotherhood. We must all learn to live together as brothers - or we will all perish together as fools.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in his 1965 Oberlin commencement address, “Remaining Awake Through A Great Revolution.”

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