Students Perform on Gamelan, Talempong

Students Perform on Gamelan, Talempong

Aviva Blonder, Staff Writer

When the audience filtered into Shipherd Lounge in Asia House this past Sunday afternoon for a concert of Indonesian gong music, only a small portion of the ensemble was present, seated on the floor and surrounded by a variety of percussive instruments. Then, once everyone had taken their seat, a shrill sound resembling that of a bagpipe — actually produced by a small horn — began emanating from... READ MORE »

Students Hold Emergency Convocation, Demand Institutional Support

Madeline Stocker, News Editor

After College President Marvin Krislov refused to suspend the standard grading system and call a school-wide meeting addressing recent national instances of police brutality against Black communities, a group of students of color decided they would hold one themselves. Roughly 200 students huddled in Wilder...  Read More »

Security Report: Thursday, Dec. 4 – Tuesday, Dec. 9

Thursday, Dec. 4 11:55 a.m. Officers assisted a student who fainted in Dascomb Dining Hall. The student told officers that they were OK and declined medical treatment at the time. 6:42 p.m....  Read More »

Ohio Senate Delays Decision on Fracking, Agriculture Bill

Ohio Senate Delays Decision on Fracking, Agriculture Bill

Elizabeth Dobbins, News Editor

Ohio legislators are making a final push this month to move several bills through the Senate, including laws that could improve support for free clinics and weaken fracking regulation. House Bill 320, which would lower the barriers to volunteering at free clinics,...  Read More »

Temporary CDS Workers to Receive Free Meals

December 12, 2014

Public Transportation Activists Reorganize

December 5, 2014

Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: Students Protest Systemic Racism, Police Violence

December 5, 2014

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Personal Definition of Home Provides Contentment, Stability

The brief period between Thanksgiving and winter break is an interesting one for students. With the quick turnaround between break, finals and another break, many Obies find themselves shuffling between one familiar place and another faster than they might have ever done before. This constant change of setting prompts students to ask themselves: What...  Read More »

Lack of Internship Funding Presents Accessibility Issue

Getting a job is largely dependent on the quality of one seemingly simple document: the résumé. Yet for many college students, résumé building comes at a price. Internships, aside from being personally rewarding, are advantageous in accruing a body of work experience; however, students who struggle to afford the steep costs of transportation and...  Read More »

Police Racism Dehumanizes Black Youth

I’ve been thinking a lot lately, not only about the Ferguson decision, but also about the senseless violence that has been occurring across the nation. My thinking has, unconsciously, enabled my silence. I am not silent because I have nothing to say. In fact, I have much to say. Far more than this white space can hold. I was brought up on...  Read More »

Krislov’s Response Fails to Address Concerns

Rolling Stone Errors Highlight Poor Journalism, Perpetuate Rape Culture

OSCA Lacks Awareness of Oppressive Systems

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  • Sunday, November 2

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 2 - Bethany College 1

  • Saturday, November 1

    Field Hockey

    Oberlin 0 - Denison University 6

  • Saturday, November 1

    Women's Soccer

    Oberlin 0 - Kenyon College 2

  • Saturday, November 1

    Women's Swimming

    Oberlin 135 - The College of Wooster 153

  • Saturday, November 1

    Men's Swimming

    Oberlin 93 - The College of Wooster 166

  • Saturday, November 1

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 2 - College of Mount St. Joseph 3

  • Saturday, November 1

    Men's Soccer

    Oberlin 0 - Kenyon College 3

  • Saturday, November 1

    Women's Volleyball

    Oberlin 3 - Earlham College 1

  • Saturday, November 1

    Women's Cross Country

    Oberlin 1st of 9, 30 points

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    Men's Cross Country

    Oberlin 3rd of 10, 108 points

Men’s Basketball Slams Wolverines at Home

Men’s Basketball Slams Wolverines at Home

Bob Cornell

The men’s basketball team rebounded from a rough outing Saturday against Wabash College, beating the Grove City College Wolverines 77– 50 on Monday night at home. In need of a win to get back on track after falling by double digits in consecutive North Coast Athletic Conference games, the Yeomen dominated the Wolverines...  Read More »

Yeowomen Come Up Short to Penguins

Yeowomen Come Up Short to Penguins

Tyler Sloan and Casey McGuire

The women’s basketball team could not keep up with the undefeated Division I Youngstown State University last Saturday when the Penguins trampled the Yeowomen by almost 50 points, ending in a final score of 92–43. Despite the tough loss, senior captain Christina Marquette managed to set the all-time school record for rebounds. ...  Read More »

In the Locker Room with Sarah Biasello and Andrew Brabson

Yeomen and Yeowomen Open Season at Kent State Gala

Women’s Swimming and Diving Takes Second at Fredonia Invitational

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