Professors Discuss Pros, Cons of Dissection in Intro Labs

Professors Discuss Pros, Cons of Dissection in Intro Labs

Oliver Bok, News Editor

Students in five lab sections of a 100-level biology class dissected rats last week, but those in the sixth section did not. Instead, the section, taught by Associate Professor Taylor Allen of the Biology department, presented ideas for fictional organs for the human body. “The project seeks to deepen students’ understanding of body plans and physiological processes, as well as to develop skills... READ MORE »

MRC Searches for New LGBTQ Coordinator

Elizabeth Dobbins, News Editor

The Multicultural Resource Center is in the midst of a nearly semester-long search for a new LGBTQ Community Coordinator after the previous coordinator, Danielle Stevens, left the position at the end of last semester. Alison Williams, director of the MRC, said the candidate search committee plans to announce the new LGBTQ Coordinator by the last day...  Read More »

Students Divided over Hillel’s Event Sponsorship Decision

Sarah Conner, Staff Writer

Earlier this week, Rabbi Shimon Brand, director of Oberlin Hillel, allegedly pulled out from co-sponsoring an event about the Freedom Summer veterans, a group of Jewish veterans of the Civil Rights Movement. The exact reason for Brand’s decision to decline sponsorship of this event is unclear. Some involved in Hillel claim the organization never agreed...  Read More »

Off the Cuff: Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Information Age panelists

Off the Cuff: Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Information Age panelists

Elizabeth Dobbins, News Editor

Seven security experts spoke at the Apollo Theatre on Thursday on a panel titled Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Digital Age. Five of the panelists, Jennifer Sims, OC ’75, Robert Jervis, OC ’62, Judith Klavans, OC ’68, Diana Wueger, OC ’06, and Joe Alhadeff, OC ’81, spoke with the Review about the PATRIOT...  Read More »

Seniors Contemplate Life After Oberlin, Career Opportunities

April 10, 2015

Organization Proposes a Pipeline Reroute

April 10, 2015

Student Health Center to Double Number of Psychiatrists

April 10, 2015

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In Response to Sommers’ Talk: A Love Letter to Ourselves

Content Warning: This letter contains discussion of rape culture, online harassment, victim blaming and rape apologism/denialism. Dear community members: The Oberlin College Republicans and Libertarians are bringing Christina Hoff Sommers to speak on Monday, April 20. This Monday happens to be a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which...  Read More »

Public Censure

Senator Ty Wagner has been found to be repeatedly absent from working group meetings, late and absent from plenary meetings of the Student Senate and in non-compliance with Student Finance Committee-stipulated time card requirements. Senator’s failure to perform necessary duties will not be tolerated by the Oberlin College Student Senate.

BuzzFeed Controversy Highlights Risk of Advertising in Journalism

BuzzFeed Editor-in-Chief Ben Smith came under fire this week after he deleted an article written by staff writer Arabelle Sicardi which critiqued Dove Personal Care’s latest ad. In her April 8 post, published with the subheading, “Once again, soap is acting condescending,” she criticized Dove’s viral video, “Choose Beautiful” (“Dove...  Read More »

Greater Focus Required for Oberlin Activism

Sexist Hiring Standards Unprofessional

Mainstream LGBTQ Movement Must Accept All Sexual Identities

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In the Locker Room with Merlin Hoffman and Alex Cheney

In the Locker Room with Merlin Hoffman and Alex Cheney

Tyler Sloan, Sports Editor

This week, the Review sat down with Albino Squirrels club soccer members junior captain Merlin Hoffman and fifth-year Alex Cheney to discuss their experiences playing on a club team, organizing games and their favorite professional soccer teams. How often do you practice, and who organizes the practices? ...  Read More »

No. 1 Pick Up in Air

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor

The NFL Draft is less than two weeks away, and my favorite time of the sports year has officially begun. The MLB season started last week, but until the draft is over, baseball — though I love it so — won’t have my undivided attention. After months of rumors that Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was the...  Read More »

The Return of Alex Rodriguez: Cool or Drool?

Feature Photo: Ultimate Frisbee

Inconsistency Keeps Baseball .500 Against Lords

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