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Career Center to Assess Student Needs

Sydney Allen, Production Editor
April 22
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

The Career Center’s “needs assessment” — an initiative looking to identify ways for the center to improve its facilities — is the first step in the College’s stated endeavor to improve career services for students and recent graduates. The survey portion of the assessment, which comes...

Sustainability Office Celebrates Milestone, Earth Day

Willa Rubin
April 22
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Office of Environmental Sustainability will hold a special event every month until the end of the year. Earth Day Field Day is the next event and is taking place today, April 22. It will feature environmentally-themed outdoor activities. The event coincides with...

Shift Space to Stay Open, Grow Client Base

Shift Space to Stay Open, Grow Client Base

Vergil Demery
April 15
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS

Oberlin’s Shift Project, a coworking space that provides a professional workplace for aspiring entrepreneurs, will keep its doors open through the end of the school year. Cullen Naumoff, director of Sustainable Enterprise at the Oberlin Project, and College senior Scott Hulver direct the project, which...

After Climate Symposium, Faculty Plans Ahead

Jackie McDermott
April 15
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Oberlin’s inaugural Global Issues Symposium was organized by the International Studies Concentration around the theme of “Climate Change Consequences: Disruption, Migration and the Development of Resilient Communities” this year. The symposium brought together scholars, scientists and activists...

In Ecolympics, Schools Compete for Low Marks

In Ecolympics, Schools Compete for Low Marks

Kerensa Loadholt, News editor
April 15
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Recent Stories

A competition in which green beats gold is a staple of the city’s school year for both the College and the city’s public school system. The third annual Ecolympics, which began April 8 and will conclude on Earth Day, is off to an active start. During the Ecolympics, students participate in marches...

College Sues City Over Gateway Center

College Sues City Over Gateway Center

Sydney Allen, Production editor
April 15
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Recent Stories

After postponing its opening date for several months, Oberlin College officials filed a lawsuit last week against the city of Oberlin in an attempt to get the $38 million Peter B. Lewis Gateway Center the permits it needs to open. The suit comes after the city repeatedly rejected Oberlin College’s...

Feature Photo: College Begins New Fundraising Initiative

Feature Photo: College Begins New Fundraising Initiative

Kerensa Loadholt, News Editor
April 15
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Though new swings in Tappan Square and a piano-themed crosswalk mark some of the most recent changes to Oberlin’s campus, many aspects of the College have remained the same over the years. Thus is the impetus behind the Still Oberlin campaign, a fundraising initiative the College launched this mon...

Local News Bulletin

April 15
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Uncategorized

Survivor Support Week Survivor Support Week is a series of events put on by College senior Amethyst Carey, College senior Zia Kandler, College junior Laura Shriver and College junior Lexie Bean. The week, April 11–16, is centered on healing for survivors of sexual, domestic and interpersonal vi...

Weekend of Action to Address BDS, Eco-Issues

Sydney Allen, Production Editor
April 8
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

A coalition of student groups, led by the Student Labor Action Committee, is hosting Oberlin’s second annual Weekend of Action this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. “We’d been talking for a while about wanting to improve connections among Oberlin’s various groups and share knowledge while also...

News Brief: Gateway Center Opening Postponed

News Brief: Gateway Center Opening Postponed

Kerensa Loadholt, News Editor
April 8
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Uncategorized

The $35 million Peter B. Louis Gateway Convention Center opening date has been postponed yet again as it continues to undergo construction. The Hotel at Oberlin, as it will be known, has been the topic of much debate between the city and the College due to several permit issues that have twice pushed...

College, OCOPE to Negotiate April 12

College, OCOPE to Negotiate April 12

Jacob Berstein
April 8
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Oberlin College Office and Professional Employees, a union of campus workers, faces an uphill battle with the College as contract renegotiations loom. For the approximately 192 employees of the College who work in positions across the spectrum, such as academic department secretaries, CIT staff, library...

Fairchild Chapel to Become Multifaith Prayer Space

Eliza Guinn
April 8
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Oberlin has been working since the fall of 2015 to recreate Fairchild Chapel as a multifaith prayer space for Oberlin’s campus. College senior Rand Zalzala, the student coordinator for this project, said that the ORSL’s current focus is to make the...

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