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POC Powerpuff Girls performing hip-hop to the tunes of Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, and Rihanna is the perfect end to a gruelling semester at Oberlin. AndWhat!?,... [Read More]
Chrysanthemum Tran is a transfeminine Vietnamese-American poet, performer, and educator. She is well-known for her role as a teaching artist for the Providence Poetry Slam... [Read More]
Deborah Kamen is an Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Washington. She is also an adjunct professor in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies,... [Read More]
Ben Franklin and MindFair Books hosted a small, intimate poetry reading featuring OSlam poets in their mid-store gazebo Monday. This wasn't a regular performance with... [Read More]
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Editor's Note: This film and article contain mentions and instances of violence, third-degree torture, police brutality, suicide, rape of a minor, sex-trafficking, and molestation. This... [Read More]
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Stephanie Wiles, currently the Richard J. Schwartz Director of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, has been appointed the Henry J.... [Read More]
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Chandler Browne's senior capstone The Tap Project is a documentary play about the oral history of tap dancing, especially in Black and American contexts. A... [Read More]
Editor's Note: This review may contain spoilers for the Tomb Raider series. After playing Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Anniversary and watching Lara Croft: Tomb Raider... [Read More]
Editor's Note: This article contains mention of sexual abuse and trauma. Chamber Play, written by Amanda Faye Martin, is the dark, cryptic story of several... [Read More]
Black History Month came to a beautiful end with the "Sankofa Remix'd: Reclaiming My Fly" fashion show last Saturday. The show featured Black models, designers,... [Read More]
Seattle-based rock artist and founder of Make Fart Records, Emma Lee Toyoda — also known as Emma Tsuruko — is bringing their eccentric and charming... [Read More]
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The two-day annual conference of the Association for Japanese Literary Studies was themed "Violence, Justice, & Honor in Japan's Literary Cultures" this year. Panel topics... [Read More]
"A talent show with much more soul." So described by College sophomore and organizer DaQuan Williams, Soul Sessions is an ABUSUA, Oberlin's Black Student Union,... [Read More]
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The Maids, a richly sinister play by Jean Genet, opened Thursday night in Warner Main Space, under the direction of College senior Eliana Meyerowitz. The... [Read More]
In this particularly stressful time of year, various groups on campus are organizing events oriented around self-care, some of which include inviting visiting speakers to... [Read More]