Honor Code Aids Resolution of Art Rental Debacle

Honor Code Aids Resolution of Art Rental Debacle

Louise Edwards, Staff Writer

Art Rental occurs every semester, but last Friday night — the night before Art Rental — students and staff witnessed a spectacle that made the experience memorable. The evening began innocuously enough. Outside the back entrance of the Allen Memorial Art Museum, students pitched tents to the melodious strains of guitar music wafting from the courtyard. Some played cards, while others hunched over... READ MORE »

Conservatory Council Promotes Student Wellness

Conservatory Council Promotes Student Wellness

Laura Paddock

The recently-revived Conservatory Council of Students will launch a number of initiatives this year, joining forces with the administration in an attempt to foster a more welcoming environment within the Conservatory. The Council, which was dormant for nearly a decade prior to its reinstatement in May, will focus on three different initiative programs...  Read More »

Review Security Notebook

Thursday, Sept. 11 6:48 a.m. An officer responded to a report of vandal- ism at the northeast side of Wilder Hall. The temporary wooden railing at the northeast entrance was broken off of the newly poured concrete. Various beer cans and debris were also scattered in the area. A...  Read More »

Off the Cuff: Frank A. Farris, professor of mathematics and computer science at Santa Clara University

Elizabeth Dobbins, News Editor

Frank A. Farris, associate professor of mathematics and computer science at Santa Clara University, is a mathematical artist and author of the upcoming book Creating Symmetry: The Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns. His talk on Thursday, titled “Seeing Symmetry: A Talk About a Mathematical Art Show,” discussed the mathematical...  Read More »

NSF Grant Funds Supercomputer for Sciences

September 19, 2014

As Elections Begin, 14 of 15 Senate Seats Vacant

September 19, 2014

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Messages of Prejudice, Intimidation Unwelcome on College Campuses

When morning classes broke for lunch Wednesday, students funneled out of academic buildings onto North Professor Street to the sight of demonstrators holding large signs emblazoned with the words “Fear God” and “Ask Me Why You Deserve Hell.” In front of Peters Hall, a graying woman preached about the dangers of premarital sex to an incredulous...  Read More »

Feminism Hindered by Mainstream Accessibility, Ignores Political Struggle

When I was 14 years old, I adhered to an ultra-apologetic feminism. I was the kind of “feminist” that always explained to boys and skeptics that feminism was for everyone. I constantly reminded people that feminists aren’t just bra-burners and that misandry isn’t real. My feminism at 14 was the kind of feminism that has become extremely prevalent...  Read More »

Alumni Council Considers Changes to Bylaws

To the Editors: This weekend, the Alumni Council will consider changes to the Alumni Association’s bylaws. Sixteen past presidents of the Alumni Association, including myself, have reviewed the proposed changes, and we urge our fellow Council members to approve the new bylaws. In our judgment, the proposed bylaws achieve much needed reforms...  Read More »

Swing Dancing Gives Introverts Opportunity to Find Social Footing

Senate Elections – Candidate Statements

Referendum Key to Student Senate Accessibility

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RECENT SCORES

  • Wednesday, September 17

    Men's Soccer

    Oberlin 0 - Grove City College 3

  • Wednesday, September 17

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 0 - Ursuline College 3

  • Sunday, September 14

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 1 - Benedictine University 0

  • Sunday, September 14

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 0 - Wittenberg University 4

  • Saturday, September 13

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 2 - North Central College 4

  • Saturday, September 13

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 1 - Muskingum University 3

  • Saturday, September 13

    Football

    Oberlin 47 - Kenyon College 28

  • Saturday, September 13

    Men's Soccer

    Oberlin 5 - Earlham College 0

  • Saturday, September 13

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 0 - Ohio Wesleyan University 5

  • Saturday, September 13

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - Franciscan University 1

In the Locker Room with Blake Buckhannon and Lucas Poggiali

In the Locker Room with Blake Buckhannon and Lucas Poggiali

Tyler Sloan, Sports Editor

This week, the Review sat down with junior football players and roommates Blake Buckhannon and Lucas Poggiali to discuss their exciting win over Kenyon College, their first game at the Austin E. Knowlton Athletic Complex and the new...  Read More »

NFL Fumbles Discipline

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor

The NFL is a mess and everyone is to blame. For years, the league has struggled with its players not acting like the role models they should be: racking up DUIs, abusing illegal substances and even offering money to teammates who injured opposing players. Last week, however, has to take the cake as the worst in league...  Read More »

New Complex Drives Athletics Overhaul

Added Depth Has Gruffs Optimistic

Yeowomen Remain Positive Despite Injuries

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