Best oberlin podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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The weekly sermon from Oberlin United Methodist Church. Want to learn more about us? Visit us on Facebook. @OberlinUMC
 
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Onaway Church
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Inspiring messages that will lift you up and help build a solid foundation in your life and others around you.
 
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Organized Noise
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Welcome to the Organized Noise podcast feed. Season 4 is ongoing project that will be released intermittently. Confirmed guests include Hak(formerly of RATKING), experimental vocalist Audrey Chen and Oberlin-based composer Greg Manuel.Organized Noise began life on WOBC, 91.5fm Oberlin College and community radio. You can find it on iTunes/Soundcloud under "Organized Noise" and on Facebook as "Organized Noise Radio." I tweet @paulusvh. Thanks for tuning in!
 
Podcasts created by J. F. Oberlin Students in japan as part of their English studies in the English Language Program
 
Join hosts Candy Washington, Ally Gasparian and Christina Meyers every week, live and on demand, for review and conversation about each new episode of HBO’s Girls. Tweet in questions or comments to the hosts all week using the hashtag #GIRLSASDon’t forget to follow theStream.tv on Twitter @theStreamtv and the after show hosts! @CandyWashington@AllyGasparian@chrimyetheStream.tv Fan Show Network presents the Girls After Show. Tune in each week, live or on demand, for review and conversation ab ...
 
Until relatively recently, music students at all levels of study—from the conservatories to public schools—had few resources available for the formal study of musical notation and terminology in the classroom. In fact, it was not until 1914, when Professor Karl Gehrkens at the Oberlin School of Music published this compilation of class notes and sources he collected over the years, that a uniform text became available for schools and universities everywhere. Since the publication of this mon ...
 
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The good news of this story is that the Lord knows the hearts of God’s people. Ministry requires many different kinds of leadership, and God prepares many different kinds of people to lead.Acts 1:15-17, 21-261 John 5:9-13John 17:6-19Want to learn more? Visit us on Facebook @OberlinUMC
 
Carol Wincenc is an artist that needs no introduction. She is an iconic flutist and her name is synonymous with graceful and powerful musicianship. In addition to her decades of accomplishments, awards, and accolades, Ms. Wincenc has released a number of recordings that are revered as the authority on execution and artistry. Her natural talent ...…
 
Jessica and Rabbi Shlomo close out the school year and this season of Nasal Gazing with a fantastic conversation about life lessons learned on the theater's stage, spiritual advocacy, and reflections of four years at Oberlin. Listen in and Nasal gaze with us.
 
Pastors Norm and Barb Oberlin
 
Ethnomusicologist Fredara Hadley had been on our wish list for a while and as luck would have it, she came to Los Angeles earlier this spring and things lined up nicely. For our episode, Fredara wanted to get into the queen of the quiet storm from the 1980s and early ‘90s: Anita Baker and her platinum-selling 1990 album, Compositions. During ou ...…
 
Lori Oberlin – Michigan Antique Festivals – 50 years celebration & Sue Bila share a bit of the 50 year history of the Midland event. The importance of volunteers and the financial contributions non-profit organizations receive from the events. Both the Midland & Davisburg events are success stories. Much credit is given to the Michigan Festival ...…
 
Alison Dennis grew up in various cities and towns in Oregon, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Her involvement in music started at a young age as she participated in church choirs and school band. She received a literature degree and some a cappella choir experience from Oberlin College in Ohio before moving to Portland, Oregon, where she has lived, with ...…
 
This week, in honor of Women's History Month, we're presenting two stories about women in science and the unique challenges they face. Follow us on Twitter @story_collider this week as we feature highlights of other stories from women in science from our back catalog. Part 1: Alison Williams' blossoming passion for chemistry is sidetracked by a ...…
 
Trump has gone full-on authoritarian in a trifecta of comments and actions. Are you surprised? What's in the News with stories on square root guns, banks scared of crypto, coward cops update, lost money, and US arming ISIS. Also, an Ancap Apps update on why I no longer recommend Tor Browser. Finally, a #NHItsLikeThisToo with some news on libert ...…
 
--- PART 2 of 2 ----The regular season is over. Conference titles have been crowned and most teams are either getting ready for the NCAA tournament or packing up their locker rooms.However, there are quite a few programs who are now sitting and waiting ... waiting to hear whether they have been selected to compete for a national title as well.W ...…
 
--- PART 1 of 2 ----The regular season is over. Conference titles have been crowned and most teams are either getting ready for the NCAA tournament or packing up their locker rooms.However, there are quite a few programs who are now sitting and waiting ... waiting to hear whether they have been selected to compete for a national title as well.W ...…
 
Welcome to Disney in Review! Today, we trace Walt Disney's lineage, travel to his hometown of Marceline, Missouri, and join him in France during World War I. Follow the podcast on social media: Facebook- @disneyinreviewpodcast (https://www.facebook.com/disneyinreviewpodcast/) Twitter- @DisneyinRev (https://mobile.twitter.com/DisneyinRev) Instag ...…
 
Guests:K-State agronomist Lucas Hage on the "Cover Your Acres" conference goals and speakers Jan 16 & 17 at the Gateway Center in Oberlin. Jim Robb, Director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, gives us a livestock update from the American Farm Bureau Federations Annual Meeting in Nashville. Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelso ...…
 
During the early-mid 19th C, an interesting phenomenon spread over the thinking of parts of Western Europe and the US. It was a general negativity about the present, but a strong optimism about the future. In some places, it was almost giddy. The current political and economic situation might be a mess and the number of social ills piling highe ...…
 
During the early-mid 19th C, an interesting phenomenon spread over the thinking of parts of Western Europe and the US. It was a general negativity about the present, but a strong optimism about the future. In some places, it was almost giddy. The current political and economic situation might be a mess and the number of social ills piling highe ...…
 
"From Crippling Depression to Intrinsic Brilliance"As the Founder & Director of the Intrinsic Brilliance Institute, Divya Darling loves empowering others to be the brightest and most brilliant versions of themselves. She has researched the mysteries of the mind for over a decade, obtaining degrees in neuroscience, psychology, and cognitive scie ...…
 
New Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Music Critic Jeremy Reynolds is from Texas with a degree from Oberlin playing the clarinet. Jim Cunningham asks the questions of how to fill seats at the Symphony, is classical music dying, how to attract young people, and why the New York Philharmonic chose Jaap van Zweden over Manfred Honeck as Music Director? It’s ...…
 
Founder, Owner, and Coach of RC Training & Fitness in Oak Park, IL, Ross Oberlin, joins us in conversation about opening up his own gym, family, health, and life. Very inspiring and motivating guy, glad we had him on to talk to us! Check out his gym here: http://www.rc-fit.com/Please be sure to share if you like what you heard, and subscribe on ...…
 
Tyler Rosen and Carson Mara bring you the DePauw v Oberlin football game from Blackstock Stadium on 10-7-17
 
This episode is sponsored by Audible: get a free audiobook download and a free 30-day trial here. Thank you for supporting our show! If I was to choose the single most recognizable figure from World War Two for an average American to identify, I would ask you to picture a brunette with an arched eyebrow, her hair tied up neatly in a red-and-whi ...…
 
Pastor Norm and Barb Oberlin 9-10-17
 
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