Oberlin Alumni Magazine

Fall 2014 Vol. 109 No. 4 OAM Home | Oberlin Online

  • That Railroad Center at which All Branches Converge

    “Oberlin is the only place that never needed to exaggerate its role in the Underground Railroad,” says J. Brent Morris, author of Oberlin, Hotbed of Abolitionism, a new book that sheds light on a much-fabled part of the history of Oberlin.

  • Car Tips from Greta’s Garage

    From Eastern Europe to the Midwest, winter is tough on cars. Greta Grannan-Rubenstein ’14 gets us ready.

  • Property

    An Oberlin alumna finds she and a younger alum are cut from the same cloth. Essay by Leslie Lawrence ‘72.

  • Clown Royal

    This story will attempt to do the impossible—or at least the inadvisable: to use mere words to describe the singular alchemy of Bill Irwin’s artistic life, which completely transcends language.

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