The Oberlin Review

Kat Burdine speaking to Oberlin students last Monday.

Kat Burdine, Visual Artist

Kate Fishman, Arts & Culture Editor
March 1, 2019
Artist and activist Heather Marlowe came to campus Tuesday to perform her solo play, The Haze, and hold a discussion on the treatment of sexual assault survivors by the criminal justice system.

On the Record: Heather Marlowe, Playwright

Victoria Garber, Arts and Culture editor
May 5, 2017
Jazz pianist and composer Vijay Iyer visits Oberlin to attend a workshop performance of Trouble, his new violin concerto,
ahead of its world premiere in June.

On the Record with Pianist Vijay Iyer

Interview by Louis Krauss, News editor
April 14, 2017
Ed Helms, OC ’96, and Daniel Radosh, OC ’91, returned to campus Sunday to give a convocation titled “What’s the Point of Comedy?
(And other pointless questions),” which featured a frank discussion of satire, its boundaries and its current role in American
society.

On the Record with Ed Helms, OC ’96, and Daniel Radosh, OC ’91

Transcribed by Tyler Sloan, Editor-in-Chief
April 7, 2017
Aaron A. Fox, associate professor of ethnomusicology at Columbia University,
visited Oberlin this week to discuss his work repatriating archived recordings
of Native music.

On the Record with Ethnomusicologist Aaron Fox

Interview by Rachel Mead, Staff writer
March 31, 2017
Ethnomusicologist and Director of Alaska Native
Studies at the University of Alaska, Anchorage,
Maria Williams gave a lecture Monday
titled Indigenous Expressive Culture and Environment
in the 21st Century: The Role of the Artist in
Alaska.

On the Record with Musicologist Maria Williams

Olive Sherman and Owen Ellerkamp
February 17, 2017

On the Record with Jennifer Torrence

Eilish Spear, Staff Writer
September 23, 2016
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