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Faculty Seeks to Build on Partnership Program Model

Faculty Seeks to Build on Partnership Program Model

Melissa Harris, News editor
April 7, 2017
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS, Recent Stories

The Student-Faculty Partnership Program is looking to expand next semester. The program seeks to engage students and faculty members in a semester-long collaboration to improve teaching quality. As different groups at the College have re­cently grappled with questions of transparency and structures...

Kutzen Allegations an Opportunity for Greater Oversight

Editorial Board
September 11, 2015
Filed under Editorials, OPINIONS

Following news in early July that Trustee Thomas Kutzen, OC ’76, had been charged with fraud by the SEC and had stepped down as chair of the Investment Committee, the Office of Communications released a statement about the incident — that is, if one can call three short paragraphs released nearl...

Student Senators Call for Financial Aid Transparency, Engagement

Jordan Ecker and Ty Wagner
November 21, 2014
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS, Student Senate

Oberlin College Student Senate is committed to investigating Oberlin’s finances by gathering as much information as possible, synthesizing this information so that students can engage with it, creating discussions about Oberlin’s financial direction particularly involving financial aid and making...

RIO Pushes Trustees for Transparency

Responsible Investing Organization
October 31, 2014
Filed under Letters to the Editors, OPINIONS

To the Editors: On Oct. 2 of this year, the Board of Trustees announced that it is accepting proposals for divestment of the endowment and outlined general criteria for evaluation. This news comes in addition to the announcement last year of the Impact Investing Platform, which will invest $5 million...

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