Posts tagged student
Posts tagged student
"This work will enable me to further explore the intersections of drama and literature, and apply that information to advance my studies as a vocalist.” - Ryan Dearon ‘17 on participating in the Globe Theater program in the United Kingdom, made possible by the Fulbright Summer Institute (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
“Professors and students here have a playful and multifaceted interest in the world, which enriches whatever they choose to do.” - Emma Eisenberg ‘15, recipient of a 2014 Beinecke Scholarship. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Baseball, biology, and biochemistry: Mike McDonald ‘14 is honored on and off the field. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Senior Studio artists work in a variety of media and produce artists’ statements, professional portfolios, along with the exhibitions. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
"Lacrosse has been the biggest challenge for me in college because it is so different than academics. If I study, I can get an A, but lacrosse and athletics in general is different… I have had to put a lot of time and work into and I think it made me a much stronger person both mentally and physically." - Women’s lacrosse captain Phoebe Hammer ‘14 (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
“We keep coming back to this idea of bearing witness. We’re building a community.” - Director Linus Ignatius ‘14 on House, an interactive and improvised theater experience staged in the Weltzheimer/Johnson House, which immersed audience members as instant cast members.
“People enjoy maple syrup but don’t think about where it comes from or what the process is for making it.” - Arthur Davis ‘15, on this year’s Tappin’ in Tappan maple syrup production.
Student athlete, Oberlin class of 2016, and Jeopardy contestant on December 11th, 2013.
Who is… Sam Bernhard?
This is something I’m working on for the fiction 320 workshop at Oberlin College. I’m not totally sure where I want to go with it, the basic story is: boy runs away in small town, people try to find him from different perspectives, they can’t. Someone is a suspect. Maybe it’s the wrong guy, but that doesn’t really matter. It’s whatever you want it to be.
It’s really heavily
influenced bynamed after the new Grouper album. You should definitely take a listen to it.
I’d love some criticisms, I have a lot of problem w/ coherence. I’ve had professors in workshops use the word “opaque” before, and I just realized like a month ago that that isn’t a compliment.
Anyways. Click read more if you want to see the first six or so pages.