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Local Arrest Raises Police Bias Concerns

Local Arrest Raises Police Bias Concerns

Louis Krauss, News Editor

In response to the arrest of Oberlin resident Brae Chamberlin, 21, students silently protested outside the Oberlin Police station Nov. 22, claiming local police acted with racial bias when arresting him. Chamberlin, who is Black, and Justin Montique, 23, were skateboarding in the street in front of Agave Burrito Bar and Tequileria on the evening...  Read More »

Regulators Move Forward with NEXUS Pipeline

Oliver Bok, News Editor

A new pipeline that would carry natural gas directly through Oberlin has received a stamp of approval from regulators in spite of local opposition. Staffers at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recommended regulatory approval for the NEXUS pipeline, a controversial proposed natural gas conduit spanning Ohio and Michigan to Canada. The recommendation...  Read More »

College to Eliminate Dean of Studies Office

College to Eliminate Dean of Studies Office

Sydney Allen, Production Editor

In an effort to consolidate and restructure offices on campus, administrators have decided to eliminate the Dean of Studies Office. The decision is part of the Strategic Plan’s implementation and efforts to create a more streamlined and helpful advising system. The Strategic Plan stipulates that the College needs to “adopt the framework of...  Read More »

Students Continue Push for Health Center to Relocate

Students Continue Push for Health Center to Relocate

Sydney Allen, Production Editor

Members of the Student Health Working Group and Student Senate are pushing for the relocation of the Student Health Center and Counseling Center on the capital planning agenda. The request comes on the heels of a petition released by Student Senate’s Student Health Working Group last April that garnered roughly 650 signatures. The petition claimed...  Read More »

Feature Photo: Krislov Announces Sanctuary Campus Status

December 2, 2016

Off the Cuff: Theodore M. Shaw, Civil Rights Lawyer

December 2, 2016

Security Report

December 2, 2016

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Mosquito Control Can Limit Spread of Diseases

Claudia Nunes, Contributing Writer

Health officials reported Monday the first case of Zika virus in the state of Texas that was acquired from a local mosquito rather than from travel outside the state. With this announcement, Texas joined Florida as the only states in the U.S. to report locally acquired Zika virus infections. The Zika virus has entered the national...  Read More »

Right to Choose Endangered by Trump Cabinet

Adriana Teitelbaum, Contributing Writer

Donald Trump’s election has resulted in many people questioning the stability of the progress that’s been made during President Barack Obama’s tenure, including LGBTQ rights and gender and racial equality. Trump has announced his intention to appoint anti-abortion Supreme Court justices and defund Planned Parenthood. ...  Read More »

Zuckerberg Must Accept Responsibility for Hoax Stories

Editorial Board

Facebook’s responsibility to regulate fake news on its site, particularly the false stories that gained traction during the election cycle, has sparked national debate about what role the platform should play in politics. While the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has distanced himself from the popular theory that Facebook co...  Read More »

Identity Politics Favors White Candidates

December 2, 2016

Rosenfeld Misrepresented

December 2, 2016

Dakota Access Pipeline Latest Case of Environmental Racism

December 2, 2016

Voting by Mail Removes Barriers to Polls

December 2, 2016

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RECENT SCORES

  • Wednesday, November 30

    Men's Basketball

    Oberlin 73 - Muskingum University 87

  • Wednesday, November 30

    Women's Basketball

    Oberlin 68 - The College of Wooster 47

  • Monday, November 28

    Women's Basketball

    Oberlin 42 - University of Mount Union 67

  • Sunday, November 27

    Men's Basketball

    Oberlin 82 - Illinois Institute of Technology 95

  • Saturday, November 26

    Women's Basketball

    Oberlin 73 - Case Western Reserve University 74

  • Friday, November 25

    Men's Basketball

    Oberlin 70 - Kalamazoo College 74

  • Tuesday, November 22

    Women's Basketball

    Oberlin 41 - Trine University 57

  • Sunday, November 20

    Men's Basketball

    Oberlin 70 - Alfred State College 68

  • Saturday, November 19

    Women's Basketball

    Oberlin 56 - Hiram College 52

  • Wednesday, November 16

    Men's Basketball

    Oberlin 65 - The College of Wooster 104

Castro Stunted Cuban Baseball Growth

Jack Brewster, Columnist

Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro, one of the most prominent and controversial leaders of the past century, died last Friday at the age of 90. For all the things Castro believed in that stood in opposition to the U.S., there was always one glaring irony — Castro loved our national pastime: baseball. The Cuban leader was a frequent attendee of games...  Read More »

Asiya Empowers Athletes

Jackie McDermott, Sports Editor

Hijab-wearing Muslim athletes received some much-needed good news on Monday. A duo of women entrepreneurs announced that they will release a line of hijabs made of a breathable material that absorbs sweat, empowering some Muslim athletes to play more comfortably. Fatimah Hussein, a Somali immigrant and founder of a girls’ sports non-profit,...  Read More »

Track, Field Set for Spartan Holiday Classic

Track, Field Set for Spartan Holiday Classic

Sydney Allen, Production Editor

Last year’s indoor season brought four individual North Coast Athletic Conference Championships for the track and field team, and the squad looks to get on that same path to success tomorrow as it kicks off the winter season at the Case Western Reserve University Spartan Holiday Classic. “We worked really hard in pre-season and after working...  Read More »

Yeomen Look to Rebound Against Youngstown

December 2, 2016

Prangley Smashes Pool Record at Wittenberg Meet

December 2, 2016

In The Locker Room with Justine Siegal

December 2, 2016

Halsten Heads to NCAA Championships

November 18, 2016

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Established 1874.
Established 1874.