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Saunders is pastor of Peace Community Church in Oberlin, Ohio.Clarksburg church to host Trans Day of Remembrance|Tinashe Chingarande|November 13, 2021|Washington Blade
He graduated from Oberlin in 1962 and later received a master’s degree in labor relations from the University of Illinois.Rennie Davis, ‘Chicago Seven’ activist and leader of New Left, dies at 80|Emily Langer|February 4, 2021|Washington Post
"My Name is Jonas" was inspired by a car accident that his brother got into at Oberlin—and the insurance hassles that followed.Remembering Weezer’s ‘The Blue Album,’ A Garage Rock Classic, on Its 20th Anniversary|Andrew Romano|May 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Oberlin College codified the trigger warning into its teacher guide, telling professors to “avoid” triggers in their classrooms.
Shielding students from the cissexism of the Western canon was too silly even for Oberlin.
Because of that Oberlin was dubbed “the town that started the Civil War.”Tracy Chevalier’s Novel on Ohio’s Underground Railroad|Jane Ciabattari|January 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Stuyvesant High School for Shy Nerds, The Oberlin Academy for Self-Expression, and Huntah College for Everybody.
This gentleman is a surgeon-dentist by profession, educated at Oberlin College, making his home in Columbus.
When twenty-one, he entered Oberlin College, remaining there five years, and earning all the money he spent.Steam Steel and Electricity|James W. Steele
In 1832, Oberlin was a little religious colony, born into a complete wilderness out of the Presbyterian Church.
Pupils and teachers who had gone from Oberlin to Vassar both missed the pleasant excitement of the old life.
Everybody at Oberlin was loud in its praise; no one would teach now in any other sort of college.