Oberlin Alumni Magazine

Fall 2018 Vol. 113 No. 2 OAM Home | Oberlin Online

  • The Apartment Therapist will see you now.

    With his blog Apartment Therapy, Maxwell Ryan ’89 blended his training as a Waldorf educator and his eye for interior design to help people live better lives in small spaces.

  • Hamilton After Hamilton

    Oberlin history professor Renee Romano, the editor of a book examining how the Broadway blockbuster Hamilton has changed the public’s perception of the Founding Father, shares an excerpt of her essay from the book.

  • Gray Matters

    Elisha Gray invented a telephone, if not the telephone, and a lot more. Emeritus professor of ethnomusicology Roderic Knight looks at the legacy of this alumnus and former Oberlin faculty member.

  • Speaking Volumes

    A new academic concentration addresses a new question of the digital age: What makes a book a book?

  • For more photos, videos, and speeches from Commencement/Reunion Weekend 2018, visit our commencement page.

  • Watch a video view of the transformation of Barrows room 127 with Apartment Therapy’s Maxwell Ryan ’89.

  • Hear a Buckminster Fuller-inspired composition written when Lee Spector '84, a computer sciences professor at Hampshire College, was an Oberlin student.

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