The life and work of Eduardo Chivambo Mondlane '53, founder of the Mozambique Liberation Front, was the basis for a weekend conference at Oberlin that considered the future of the struggling African nation.
BY ALBERT J. MCQUEEN '52
For more than 25 years, the U.S. Navy has relied on Conservatory graduate John Barry Talley '65 to lead the Annapolis choirs of its Naval Academy. BY MAVIS CLARK
The passion of Oberlin's do-or-die frisbee teams have been alive and well for more than three decades. Here, former players relive their memorable days on the field, where winning was not neccessarily the goal.
BY MICHAEL DOYLE '78
The structure that shelters its art collection is possibly more dazzling than anything anyone will ever hang on its walls. Take a look at the Balboa enterprise through the lens of an astonished visitor.
BY LESLIE LAWRENCE '72
Allen Memorial Art Museum is now in the capable hands of a new director--a historian with aunique plans for the museum's role in the Oberlin College community. BY G.M. DONLEY '83
Alumna Ruth Graff shares her bittersweet memories of the summer of 1940 as the governess to the sons of New York governor and presidential nominee Thomas Dewey. BY RUTH GRAFF '37
Sara Marcus relects on Oberlin students' protest agains the School of the Americas.
BY SARA MARCUS '99
Professor Geoffrey Blodgett recounts the anxiety caused by the Darwinian hypothesis as recently as 1983.