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Residents Rally to Reverse City’s Zoning Approval

Thanks to a group of longtime city activists, Oberlin voters will decide the fate of O’Reilly Auto Parts’ Oberlin location next November. The nationwide chain applied to rezone the parcel, located on Route 58 next to O’Reilly’s rivals, Advance Auto Parts, last spring. It received approval from the Planning Commission at that time and from...  Read More »

College Aims for Carbon Neutrality by 2025

Sydney Allen, Production Editor

Scattered across the campus, various devices hint at environmental awareness, from the glowing orbs in each dorm that tell students how much energy they use to the composting bins filled to the brim in Stevenson Dining Hall. The Office of Environmental Sustainability hosted a Carbon Neutrality Forum Tuesday to showcase exactly how the College is pl...  Read More »

Security Notebook

Thursday, Sept. 15 8:43 a.m. Safety and Security officers and members of the Oberlin Fire Department responded to a fire alarm in the basement of Johnson House caused by Water dripping onto the detector. Electricians responded for repair. 1:06 p.m. A Safety and Security officer assisted an injured student on the east side of Bibbins Hallwho fell bac...  Read More »

Off the Cuff: William C. Strange, Urban Economist

September 23, 2016

Trustees to Consider Philips Gym Expansion

September 16, 2016

Clinton Campaign Volunteers Flock to Oberlin Office

September 16, 2016

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THIS WEEK'S ISSUE

Infamous Police Officer Ends Tainted Career

Russell Jaffe, Contributing Writer

Commissioner Bill Bratton of the New York City Police Department officially retired Sept. 16, in order to “pursue other opportunities” in the private sector. The self-proclaimed “top cop in America” is widely considered to be one of the most influential and controversial officers in policing history, leaving behind an omi...  Read More »

Gym Expansion Will Increase Campus Accessibility

After reading Louis Krauss’ article on the possible Philips extension in the Sept. 16 issue of the Review, “Trustees to Consider Philips Gym Expansion,” I wanted to offer my voice as a captain of the Oberlin College men’s soccer team and a former student senator. I believe an extension to Philips gym is worthy of tr...  Read More »

Ohio Voting Has Built-In Safeguards

Linda Gates, Alison Ricker, Mary Kirtz Van Nortwick, League of Women Voters

To the Editors: Ohio voters should not be concerned that their ballots will not be counted as the voter intended, because Ohio laws and procedures protect the integrity of the ballot. For the past 10 years, Ohio law has required that every ballot must have a paper record that can be hand-counted and audited. All votes are cast...  Read More »

Committees Allow for More Student Input

September 23, 2016

Only One Candidate Stands for Progress

September 23, 2016

Rankings Contribute to College Commodification

September 23, 2016

Editorial Cartoon

September 23, 2016

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RECENT SCORES

  • Sunday, September 18

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 1 - Marietta College 0

  • Sunday, September 18

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 2 - DePauw University 7

  • Saturday, September 17

    Football

    Oberlin 7 - Denison University 54

  • Saturday, September 17

    Men's Soccer

    Oberlin 2 - University of Mount Union 0

  • Saturday, September 17

    Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - Marietta College 0

  • Saturday, September 17

    Volleyball

    Oberlin 1 - University of Pittsburgh at Bradford 3

  • Sunday, September 11

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 8 - Defiance College 0

  • Saturday, September 10

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 0 - Denison University 4

  • Saturday, September 10

    Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - La Roche College 0

  • Saturday, September 10

    Volleyball

    Oberlin 1 - Notre Dame College (Ohio) 3

Heisman Club Inducts Hall of Famers

Jackie McDermott, Sports Editor

The recently revamped Heisman Club Hall of Fame will add four new members this weekend, inducting a legendary coach and administrator, an All-American swimmer and two of the most decorated track and field athletes in school history. Don Hunsinger, Thomas B. Geiger Jr., OC '76, Shannon Houlihan, OC '94 and Toju Omatete, OC '90, will be honored at...  Read More »

Cool or Drool: Cavaliers Give Championship Ring to David Blatt

Dan Bisno, Columnist

Cleveland Cavaliers fans are still enjoying the high from the end of the city’s 52-year championship drought. But one crucial member of the championship run still cannot quite stomach the win: former Head Coach David Blatt. The Cavs, pretending that Blatt is not still fuming at the sight of anything with the word Cleveland on it, just announced...  Read More »

Yeomen Riding Five-Game Win Streak

September 23, 2016

Cross Country Jumps to Top-20 Rank

September 23, 2016

In the Locker Room with Khalil Rivers and Sarah Feinberg

September 23, 2016

Individuality Ignored in NFL

September 23, 2016

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Established 1874.
Established 1874.