Posts tagged students
Posts tagged students
Casey offered to buy much needed groceries with like food stamps or credits or something to that effect. So I got in the car and followed him to Giant Eagle, which is usually a gas station/truck stop in the middle of nowhere, but sometimes a huge bulk store like Costco or Sam’s Club. Following him…
Check out this blog post about a tour that included student electronic group Wax Monsters!
A BIG congratulations to Peter Slowik’s viola students, fourth year Aaron Mossburg and first year Daniel Orsen! Aaron and Daniel won the Senior and Junior Divisions (respectively) of the ASTA National Solo Competition Finals held April 6-8 at the Kaufman Center’s Merkin Hall in New York City!
No other Conservatory in the country had finalists in two divisions!
On April 3, 2013, at 4:30 PM, Will Roane (@willroane), Social Media Coordinator for Oberlin Conservatory (@OberlinCon), interviewed four Obies — two current students, two alumni — about the future of music. Were all participants in the same room? Nope. This interview took place entirely on Twitter.
Check out the link above to read the entire thing!
Editor’s Note: Chartreuse Quartet is a student-founded and student-run group with a tendency towards experimentation, especially in the realm of new music. With funding from a Creativity and Leadership Grant as well as a Kickstarter, the quartet spent January of 2013 on their…
Oberlin in NYC: The Contemporary Music Ensemble (CME) and International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) before, during, and after the concert at the DiMenna Center! All photos by Chris Lee.
Wyatt Underhill ‘13, Concertmaster of the Oberlin Orchestra, rehearsing at Carnegie Hall
“I believe that the students’ passion for learning arises from a deeply held yearning to be a force for positive change. Part of the ethos of Oberlin, this yearning leads students, for example, to volunteer at community health clinics, pursue research on invasive species, or do volunteer service…
Oberlin in NYC: The Contemporary Music Ensemble (CME) and members of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) rehearse at the DiMenna Center, hours before their concert.
All photos by Will Roane.
MY BODY - MY CHOICE
This photo is from a collection of portraits taken of members of the Oberlin College 2012 production of The Vagina Monologues. On November the 6th the nation is voting between two candidates with radically different policies concerning the right of women and people with periods to decide how they treat their bodies and live their lives. If you identify with one of those groups, we hope that you vote not only for the future president, but also for yourself, for your rightful place in the American society will depend on which candidate ends up in office. If you are not a woman or a person with a period, think of those in your life whose bodies and agency will be deeply affected by this election, and vote for them. Your mothers, sisters, lovers, and friends deserve equal standing in this nation, and a government that does not treat them as second-class citizens. Vote today, vote thoughtfully, vote for respect, and vote for choice.
Description adapted from Arianna Valocchi
Photo by Brannon Rockwell-Charland —
Check out the newly-minted tumblr of Oberlin SURF (Students United for Reproductive Freedom)!
Hello SURF! Welcome to Tumblr!