Local Restaurants Host OCS Fundraiser

Local Restaurants Host OCS Fundraiser

Molly Brand

Oberlin Community Services will be partnering with WOBC next week to host Oberlin’s first-ever Restaurant Week. This event will be a fundraiser for OCS to help the organization keep up with increasing demand for its services, which include programs such as food distribution and mentoring in support of those without... READ MORE »

Off the Cuff: Michael Dirda, OC ’70, Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic

Off the Cuff: Michael Dirda, OC ’70, Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic

Madeline Stocker, News Editor

Michael Dirda OC ’70 is a Pulitzer Prize–winning book critic for The Washington Post, and a published author. Dirda will give two public talks this coming Thursday: one at the Oberlin Public Library at 4 p.m. and another in the Ken- dal...  Read More »

Local Restaurants Host OCS Fundraiser

Local Restaurants Host OCS Fundraiser

Molly Brand

Oberlin Community Services will be partnering with WOBC next week to host Oberlin’s first-ever Restaurant Week. This event will be a fundraiser for OCS to help the organization keep up with increasing demand for its services, which include programs such as food distribution...  Read More »

College Allocates $5 Million To New Initiative

Oliver Bok

Two new policies concerning the College’s investments may make Oberlin finances more reflective of the ideals pushed by the faculty and student body. The College recently announced a new divestment policy through which members of the Oberlin community can request...  Read More »

Oberlin College Launches Crowdfunding Website

October 10, 2014

News Brief: Early Voting Begins

October 10, 2014

Solarity Aims for Organizational Accessibility

October 10, 2014

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OARE Commends Divestment Policy

To the Editors: Last week, the Oberlin College Board of Trustees released a groundbreaking policy for divestment. In a statement, the Office of Communications said: “In accordance with the College’s history of action in response to ‘instances of human suffering, natural calamity and injustice,’ the Board will consider proposals for divestment...  Read More »

Maher’s Islam Comments Divisive, Misguided

The rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria over the summer has drawn global attention to the world’s Muslim population and, in some cases, resulted in flagrant displays of Islamophobia. Currently, no nation recognizes the group as a legitimate and autonomous entity because of the far-reaching spiritual and political implications of doing so....  Read More »

ISIS Fears Prevent Sound Strategy

At an Aug. 28 news conference, President Barack Obama made the mistake of being honest with America. Asked to explain what steps the country would take to combat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, he conceded: “We do not have a strategy yet.” Given the deep-rooted complexities of the controversy, the president had reason to appear indecisive,...  Read More »

Misconceptions Delegitimize Seasonal Depression

Laws Against Hitchhiking Reflect Misguided Fears

False Science Hurts College Reputation

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RECENT SCORES

  • Friday, October 24

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 0 - The College of Wooster 3

  • Friday, October 24

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - Kenyon College 1

  • Wednesday, October 22

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - Case Western Reserve University 1

  • Wednesday, October 22

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 0 - The College of Wooster 2

  • Tuesday, October 21

    Men's Soccer

    Oberlin 2 - Denison University 4

  • Sunday, October 19

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 3 - Earlham College 1

  • Saturday, October 18

    Women's Swimming

    Oberlin 4th of 8, 42 points

  • Saturday, October 18

    Men's Swimming

    Oberlin 7th of 8, 22 points

  • Saturday, October 18

    Men's Cross Country

    Oberlin 10th of 34, 239 points

  • Saturday, October 18

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 1 - DePauw University 9

In the Locker Room with Megan Bautista and Rachel Zuckerman

In the Locker Room with Megan Bautista and Rachel Zuckerman

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor

Neither of you played field hockey last year. What has it been like coming back to the team this season? Megan Bautista: I think what’s really unique about our positions on the field hockey team and the field hockey program in general is just how accommodating they have been thus far. That is something that...  Read More »

Men’s Soccer Team Falls in Second Conference Match

Men’s Soccer Team Falls in Second Conference Match

Abby Weiss

After making the trek to Crawfordsville, IN to play the Wabash College Little Giants, the men’s soccer team returned with its first North Coast Athletic Conference loss last Sunday, Oct. 5. The physical contest resulted in a 1–0 victory for the Little Giants, ultimately setting the Yeomen back to 1–1 in NCAC play and 4–5 overall. ...  Read More »

Volleyball Falls in Straight Sets, Moves to 6–14

Women’s Soccer Team Streaks Into Conference Play

Lehmann Breaks Course Record at All-Ohio

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