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News Brief: Residents Form Energy Co-op

Adam Gittin and Kerensa Loadholt
February 5, 2016
Filed under Community News, NEWS, Uncategorized

Oberlin residents have begun forming Lorain County’s first solar energy co-op, Oberlin People’s Energy Cooperative, which will give consumers more resources and information about installing solar panels on their homes. The initiative is spearheaded by Ohio Solar United Neighborhoods, a local nonprofi... Read more »

Feature Photo: Voter Registration

Review Staff
February 5, 2016
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS, Uncategorized

                      Double degree junior Jeremy Poe and College sophomores Mia Antezzo and Eli Hovland, all mem- bers of the Student Voter Coalition, table outside Mudd. The organization, wh... Read more »

Off the Cuff: Lori Young, Director of Oberlin College Career Center

Adam Gittin, News Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

Lori Young is the new director of the Oberlin College Career Center. She comes to Oberlin from ReadyNow!, a leadership training and consulting business that she founded in 2014. Young holds a BA in communications from Ashland University and a master’s in college student personnel from Bowling Gree... Read more »

Students, Alumni Demand Response to Alleged Anti-Semitism

Jake Berstein, Staff Writer
February 5, 2016
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Uncategorized

The Oberlin Alumni and Students Against Anti-Semitism sent an open letter to President Marvin Krislov on Jan. 3 concerning reports of anti-Semitism on campus and demanding specific action from the administration. Their letter prompted responses from Oberlin’s Students for a Free Palestine and Palestine... Read more »

News Brief: Estes to Become Brown VP

Review Staff
February 5, 2016
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories, Uncategorized

  Vice President and Dean of Studies Eric Estes will be leaving at the end of this semester to become the vice president for campus life and student services at Brown University. He came to Oberlin College in 2004 as an associate dean of studies and director of the Multicultural Resource Center. H... Read more »

Krislov Responds to ABUSUA Demands

Kerensa Loadholt, News Editor
February 5, 2016
Filed under NEWS, Recent Stories

While the list of ABUSUA student demands has attracted excessive media attention over the past eight weeks, it wasn’t until recently that College President Marvin Krislov issued an official response to the 14-page document. In his email, which was sent to the student body Jan. 20, Krislov says the... Read more »

Students Protest in Wake of A-House Petition

Melissa Harris, Staff Writer
December 12, 2015
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Rather than Sunday dinner, student diners at Afrikan Heritage House were met with protestors blocking the entrances. According to members of Oberlin’s Black student union, ABUSUA, as well as other students, the protest was their response to Campus Dining Services’ failure to address their concer... Read more »

New Fund Supports Low-Income Students

New Fund Supports Low-Income Students

Katherine Kingma, Staff Writer
December 12, 2015
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

A new fund to support students without the means necessary to front certain financial needs, such as fixing broken technology or paying for groceries over break, launched late last week. Dean of Students Eric Estes sent out an email last Friday announcing the creation of a new $35,000-per-year Stude... Read more »

Group Expands Fossil Fuel Divestment Proposal

Sydney Allen
December 12, 2015
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

The Oberlin Fossil Fuel Divestment group is unsatisfied with the Board of Trustees’ noncommittal response to its divestment proposal and is firing back with an updated list of demands. The group is now calling for the Board to ban future investments and withdraw current holdings from 200 companies... Read more »

Students Push for Agreement on College Taxes

Oliver Bok, News Editor
December 12, 2015
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS

The College owns roughly $200 million of property and pays no tax on the majority of it. Some student activists want that fact to change. Since nonprofits like the College are exempt from property taxes, the College pays no tax on buildings related to education, such as classroom buildings and dorm... Read more »

Review Security Notebook

December 12, 2015
Filed under NEWS, Security Report

Friday, Dec. 4 6:19 a.m. Safety and Security officers responded to a report of vandalism in the restroom on the third floor of Wilder Hall. Nail polish was thrown on several walls and doors and graffiti was written on the walls. A work order was filed for clean up. 10:22 a.m. Staff reported non-offe... Read more »

Off the Cuff: Thais Francis, Actor, Writer and Producer

Off the Cuff: Thais Francis, Actor, Writer and Producer

Tyler Sloan, News Editor
December 12, 2015
Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

Thais Francis is an actor, dancer, singer, writer, producer and instrumentalist who recently released a short film called Late Expectations. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Francis grew up in suburban Maryland before graduating from the Tisch School of Arts at New York University with an acting degree. ... Read more »