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  1. Picture yourself in a senior living community with all the educational and cultural opportunities you’d expect in a town with a top liberal arts college and world-renowned conservatory of music. Add an inclusive culture based on respect for each individual, equality, excellence and social responsibility, and you have Kendal at Oberlin.

  2. North Dakota State University Challey School of Music; Ohio Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music; Bowling Green State University, College of Musical Arts; Cleveland Institute of Music; Kent State University; Oberlin Conservatory; The Ohio State University; The University of Akron; University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; Wright ...

  3. Oct 06, 2022 · James L. Powell, who was Oberlin’s acting president from 1981 to 1983, once told trustees that repealing the agreement would deal “a heavy blow” to Oberlin, and that “things would be worse ...

  4. Founded in 1833, Oberlin is a private four-year, highly selective national liberal arts college near Cleveland, Ohio and is also home to an outstanding Conservatory of Music. Together, the two divisions enroll approximately 2900 students.

  5. Nov 11, 2022 · Before COVID-19 restrictions severely limited its activities, the Equestrian Team was one of the largest intercollegiate club sports on campus, hosting approximately 30 members. After a two-year hiatus from competing, the team is back up and galloping. Oberlin competes in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (Zone 6 Region 1), which includes some schools from the...

  6. Nov 18, 2022 · Well, here we are again, staring down another cold Ohio winter. As the ground frosts over and the first flurries fill the air, it’s time that we all acknowledge something many have long known to be true: Oberlin winters actually aren’t that bad. Picture this: You start your day by putting on two shirts, two...

  7. Lawrence University is a private liberal arts college and conservatory of music in Appleton, Wisconsin.Founded in 1847, its first classes were held on November 12, 1849. Lawrence was the second college in the U.S. to be founded as a coeducational instit

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