We’re open for reading period and finals! {0}

  Come join us– here are our hours for reading period: Saturday Dec. 13: 12pm-12am Sunday Dec. 14: 12pm-12am Monday Dec. 15: 12pm-12am Tuesday Dec. 16: 12pm-12am   We are also open during finals! Our hours: Wednesday Dec. 17: 9am-6pm Thursday Dec. 18: 9am-6pm Friday Dec. 19: 9am-6pm  

What happened to the hammock?

What happened to the hammock? {2}

If you’ve come back to the CILC after the summer and noticed the hammock missing, fear not! It still exists, it’s just temporarily in storage to make room for some group study space in that corner while we wait for a giant bed-sized beanbag chair to arrive. In the meantime we have more space for multiple people to(…)

Language ExCos Fall 2014

Language ExCos Fall 2014 {0}

Are you interested in studying a language that doesn’t have an official home in the Oberlin curriculum? Check out an ExCo!  Contact the instructor of the course for more information. Don’t forget to attend the ExCo Fair tonight, Sept. 3rd, from 6-8pm. You must register on PRESTO by Sept. 11th. This semester’s offerings: The ABCs of ASL: Christal(…)

Oberlin O Brasil: Festa Brasileira!

Oberlin O Brasil: Festa Brasileira! {0}

Oberlin is hosting a big Brazilian festival as a part of the Oberlin Brazil Project, and it’s been a huge success so far. Read about it on the Oberlin news site and check out the the events calendar. Coming up… April 15 Showcase of Performance and Improvisation ensembles with special guests Marcus Santos, Adriano Dos Santos, and(…)

Translation Symposium Lecture!

Translation Symposium Lecture! {0}

“Stories of Rivalry and Betrayal: Translator Figures in Borges, Cortazar, Walsh, Scliar, and Coelho.” Monday, April 7 at 4:30pm to 6:00pm Norman C. Craig Lecture Hall, Science Center   Please join us for this 2014 Comparative Literature Symposium lecture event. Speaker Rosemary Arrojo is Professor of Comparative Literature at the State University of New York, Binghamton. Her work has focused(…)

Calling all student translators! {0}

We are now soliciting submissions for the 2014 Annual Oberlin College Student Translation Symposium. Each year for over a decade the translation symposium has been the intellectual and creative high point of the Oberlin academic year. It is a fast-paced, multilingual, transformative event that exposes the audience to twenty literary pieces from a dozen or more languages.