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Off the Cuff: Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Professor, Author, Historian

Off the Cuff: Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Professor, Author, Historian

Adam Gittin, News editor

Jeffrey Wasserstrom is Chancellor’s Professor of History at UC Irvine. He has authored four books, including China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know, and frequently contributes to newspapers and magazines. He is currently finishing a book on the Boxer Uprising of 1900. This week, Wasserstrom came to campus to research Oberlin’s Memorial Arc...  Read More »

Local News Bulletin

City to Design Stormwater Plan In order to abide by the regulations outlined in the Environmental Protection Agency’s federal Clean Water Act, Oberlin will improve infrastructure to prevent and reduce flooding and water pollution. The city is trying to determine how much property owners will have to pay for these improvements. The improvements...  Read More »

Feature Photo: India Garden

Feature Photo: India Garden

Kerensa Loadholt, News Editor

India Garden Head Chef Babul flips naan for the restaurant’s inaugural batch of customers. India Garden, the new Indian restaurant located at 65 East College Street, opened for business Thursday. The establishment takes the place of Magpie Pizza, which relocated to Sheffield Village in November 2015. The restaurant offers traditional northern Indian...  Read More »

News Brief: Hotel Lawsuit Settled

April 22, 2016

Off the Cuff: Joshua Pribanic, Journalist and Filmmaker

April 22, 2016

Career Center to Assess Student Needs

April 22, 2016

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ARCHIVES

Black Professors Pressured into Solidarity

To the Editor: On April 10, my colleague Marc Blecher sent an email addressed to me and carbon copied to a select group of tenured Africana-identified faculty, along with Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition Joy Karega. The note reads as follows: “Hi, Meredith. I see you’re ‘Still waiting for the letter repudiating anti-Black racism.’ In fa...  Read More »

Not All Dissent Stems from Cognitive Dissonance

It’s human nature to believe that one’s opinions are factually correct. After all, why would you believe something that isn’t true? Unless we get into the messy philosophical debate about whether reality can be proven at all, some things are provable: the earth is round and bacteria exist. Most things are subjective. The current 2016 presidential e...  Read More »

College Fails to Address Antisemitism on Campus

Editor’s Note: Professor Rosenfeld prefers using “antisemitism” instead of “anti-Semitism,” the latter of which he considers a misnomer. To the Editors: Twenty years ago, in March 1996, invited to campus by Third World House, Kwame Ture ([previously known as] Black Panther leader Stokely Carmichael) called for murder from the podium ...  Read More »

College Must Examine Karega Case without Bias

New York, I Love You but You’re Bringing Me Down

Sanders’ Stance on Guns Hypocritical

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Rio Looks Risky

Sarena Malsin, Sports Editor

In the ongoing debate over whether countries outside Western Europe or North America should host international sporting events like the Olympics and the World Cup, two conflicting points emerge. On one hand, the international nature of these competitions should reflect and represent the entire world, not just countries with the most power or global...  Read More »

Athletes Explore Relationship Escalation

Randy Ollie, Sports Editor

Student-athletes gathered at the Knowlton Athletics Complex Monday night for Oberlin’s first One Love Escalation Workshop. One Love Foundation was started in 2010 after Yeardley Love, a senior lacrosse player at the University of Virginia, was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend three weeks shy of graduation. Love’s parents started the foundation...  Read More »

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