Oberlin Alumni Magazine

Spring 2011 Vol. 106 No. 2 OAM Home | Oberlin Online

  • Featured Stories

    A Commitment to Humanities /

  • We Are All Writers Now /

    Anne Trubek ’88 argues that, with e-mails, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and texting, we’re writing more, just differently. /

  • Doll Revolution /

    A new book by Tanya Lee Stone ’87 explores an American icon who has had significant impact on our culture: Barbie. /

  • Creating Old-Time Music for the 21st Century /

    Oberlin students and alumni are important parts of a thriving old-time music scene. Great music and even a Grammy have resulted. /

  • Winter Term /

    Photos from a month well lived and learned. As usual, this year’s winter term showed that Oberlin students were all over the map.

  • Engine for Change /

    Sarah "Bogi" Lateiner ’00 is breaking barriers and helping other women break them, too. /

  • Dance Partners /

    How Oberlin alumnae helped Five First Ladies of Dance really FLY. /

  • Vote for Alumni-Elected Trustee /

    Alumni participation in the trustee elections has been approximately 10 percent for many years. We need more alumni to exercise their right to vote!

Past Issues

Winter 2010-11
Winter 2010-11

Summer/Fall 2010
Summer/Fall 2010

Spring 2010
Spring 2010