Tag Archives: Sean Hayes

Oh Oberlin: David Orr

David Orr is the founder and visionary behind the Oberlin Project. Borrowing from oberlinproject.org: A grant-funded venture, the Oberlin Project has four full-time staff who coordinate stakeholder teams working on energy, education, policy, community engagement, economic development, transportation, research, and … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Doug McMillan

Talking to Doug McMillan at OMLPS, I feel more like I have an understanding about the purpose and capabilities of the power generation plant in Oberlin. Until around 1970, the engines generated Oberlin’s power. These days it’s a peak plant┬áthat … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: 2014 Year in Review

In the six months I have done this podcast I have not been surprised by Oberlin one bit in what goes on here … which is to say a lot. Your stories mean everything to me. Thank you to those … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Sean Hayes and the Oberlin Project

I have long been fascinated by what I saw as the scope of the Oberlin Project. One-time director Bryan Stubbs and I talked at length during his tenure, resulting in one or two blog posts of mine on theciviccommons.com. (Stubbs … Continue reading

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