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The Oberlin Review

Local News Bulletin

May 6
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Uncategorized

SB 310 to Fund Budgets State Representative Dan Ramos announced the passage of the 2017 capital budget, Senate Bill 310, Wednesday. The budget will provide state funding for two community projects in Lorain County: the Lorain Palace Theater and Civic Center will be allotted $150,000 for building rep...

College Offers Cash for Early Retirement

College Offers Cash for Early Retirement

Julian Ring and Madeline Stocker
May 6
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Over the next three weeks, 177 faculty and staff must decide whether or not they want to take the College up on its offer to retire early in exchange for a relatively hefty severance package. The deal, which administrators are projecting will save the College between $1.5–3.5 million per year, is...

Local News Bulletin

April 29
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

County Vocational School to Offer Career Camp Lorain County JVS will offer a free career exploration camp called ExCEL this summer for rising ninth and tenth graders. ExCEL will run from June 14–16. Participants will take part in skill classes and will be able to gain hands-on experience in a ...

Feature Photo: The Wright Side of History

Feature Photo: The Wright Side of History

Adam Gittin, News editor
April 29
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Norman Craig, OC ’53 and emeritus professor of chemistry, gives a talk on the Wright brothers sponsored by the Oberlin Heritage Center at Kendal at Oberlin’s Heiser Auditorium. Many are familiar with the story of the Wright brothers, from their bicycle business in Dayton, Ohio, to their historic...

Petition Proposing Student Health Relocation Circulates Campus

Petition Proposing Student Health Relocation Circulates Campus

Madeline Stocker, Editor in Chief
April 29
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories, Uncategorized

In what could be the culmination of a year-long effort, student senators are attempting to rally support for their petition to move Student Health Services and the Counseling Center to a more central location on campus. Student Senate’s Student Health Working Group issued the petition April 18 via...

India Garden Latest of City’s New Eateries

India Garden Latest of City’s New Eateries

Harrison Wollman, Staff writer
April 29
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS

Oberlin community members and College students alike have associated the large glass windows on the corner of East College and North Pleasant Streets with quality pizza for over five years. When Magpie Pizza closed its doors in the fall, many Oberlin residents were left wondering — what would supersede...

Incoming North-South Fund to Address Campus Divide

Adam Gittin, News editor
April 29
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

The Office of the President is slated to give Student Senate a lump sum of $5,000 as funding for future initiatives to help better unify north and south campus. During a meeting with student senators on March 14, College President Marvin Krislov mentioned that he and other administrators had been...

Students Rally as OCOPE Negotiations Continue

Students Rally as OCOPE Negotiations Continue

Madeline Stocker, Editor-in-Chief
April 29
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS

Students, faculty and College employees from multiple labor unions gathered outside Hall Auditorium earlier today in support of campus workers currently engaging in contract negotiations with the College. The Oberlin College and Professional Employees, a union of campus workers, met with administrato...

Local News Bulletin

April 22
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Uncategorized

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...

News Brief: Hotel Lawsuit Settled

Sydney Allen, Production editor
April 22
Filed under Campus News, Community News, Features, NEWS, Uncategorized

After last week’s lawsuit between the city of Oberlin and the College involving the Peter B. Lewis Gateway Center, the drama has finally come to an end. A settlement agreement was reached Wednesday between both parties. The Oberlin City Council unanimously approved the settlement, which resolves...

Off the Cuff: Joshua Pribanic, Journalist and Filmmaker

Off the Cuff: Joshua Pribanic, Journalist and Filmmaker

Kerensa Loadholt, News editor
April 22
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Off the Cuff

Joshua B. Pribanic is a photographer, investigative journalist, artist and filmmaker. He co-founded the Public Herald, an investigative journalism nonprofit, and co-directed the documentary Triple Divide. The film, which was screened last Wednesday as part of the Ecolympics series, covers the water cont...

Student Panelists Celebrate Neurodiversity

Student Panelists Celebrate Neurodiversity

Adam Gittin, News editor
April 22
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

A student-led panel, a book presentation and a guest lecture about poet and author Tito Mukhopadhyay, as well as several inter-department gatherings, comprised the events of Oberlin’s Autism Week. The week’s events will conclude with today’s talk by Ralph Savarese, “Reading Moby Dick with Tito Muk...

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