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The Oberlin Review

Stevie Satisfies Appetites, Treats Ailments

Isabel Hulkower, Columnist
September 18
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Hello Oberlin, and welcome to a fresh new school year chock-full of delight and intrigue. We are currently in the ephemeral time where classes have started but it’s not yet so cold that the only option is “Netflix and chill.” Now is the moment to soak up some sunlight, swim in the Arboretum or...

Cool or Drool: NFL Offseason Goofs

Dan Bisno, Columnist
September 11
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

It’s been a little over seven months since Super Bowl XLIX. America’s most watched sport has been on hiatus and, as always, the offseason has been filled with some of the juiciest sports stories of the year, centered around a variety of players. What were these guys thinking? Did they forget that...

Western Yoga Practices Prove Problematic

Isabel Hulkower, Columnist
May 8
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

If you’ve ever wandered into a mat exercise class thinking you were in for something easy and left in extreme pain, you are not alone. Low-impact exercise classes like yoga and pilates have gained major popularity, and their benefits include but are not limited to: being easy on the joints (no jumping),...

Cavs’ Title Hopes Hit Snag

Dan Bisno and Henry Weissberg
May 1
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Attention Oberlin College seniors: You have two more sure opportunities to see LeBron live in action this season — maybe forever. Shell out the big bucks and see the best athlete on the planet throw down. It was a midsummer’s dream come true for Cavaliers fans. In early July, as the haze wafted ...

Give the DivaCup a Chance

Isabel Hulkower, Columnist
April 27
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

This is a weekly column devoted to discussing issues related to wellness at Oberlin College. You don’t have to go deep into Oberlin’s reproductive justice scene to hear cries of the wonders of the DivaCup. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of people all over this campus who have basked in its man...

The Return of Alex Rodriguez: Cool or Drool?

Dan Bisno and Henry Weissberg
April 17
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Warning to Nate Levinson, Sports editor, and fellow Yankees fans: Proceed with caution. We’re back again to update you faithful Review readers on what’s happening on and off the field in the world of sports. This week, we turn to the case of Alex Rodriguez, a one-time superstar and truly dangero...

Fats, Oils Have Benefits Too

Isabel Hulkower, Columnist
April 11
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

This week’s column is devoted to two very special oils in my life. One is a superfood sensation, known to the world over for its crazy benefits and uses, and the other is a personal favorite that I lovingly grab at every opportunity. The first and most vital thing I have to say is that fats and oi...

Suh’s Mega-Deal Top Move of NFL Offseason

Dan Bisno and Henry Weissberg
April 3
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

We bet you’re wondering what we are going to throw at you this week. Will it be a left jab of basketball analysis? Or a righty uppercut of football talk? Oh yeah, that’s the one. We’re talking NFL. Football! Football! Football! There is no offseason for us. Free agent signings and offseason tra...

Divisive Paleo Diet Impractical for Many

Isabel Hulkhower, Columnist
March 13
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

If you’ve spent any time down the rabbit hole of outlandish food trends, you’ve undoubtedly come across the paleo diet. Paleo is an extremely rigid lifestyle plan in which dieters only eat foods cave people would have been able to hunt or gather, such as meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts ...

Sanders Walks Away from Game: Cool or Drool?

Dan Bisno and Henry Weissberg
March 6
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Welcome to this week’s edition of “Cool or Drool?” We are your one-stop shop for biased opinions on off-the-field sports stories. It’s been an eventful season for the Milwaukee Bucks. Losing the second overall draft pick, Jabari Parker, to a torn ACL devastated fans who had high hopes for the...

The Power of the Sweet Potato

Isabel Hulkower, Columnist
February 27
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Welcome to the hottest new column in the sports section. I have a degree from Internet University in health fads with a minor in home remedies, and I want to put my hard-earned knowledge to use to provide some commentary on all the big and little issues affecting student health. Of course, it’s im...

Definitive Biases: Budding NBA Stars Enter Primetime

Dan Bisno and Henry Weissberg
February 20
Filed under SPORTS, Sports Column

Welcome back, sports fanatics. It’s been quite a week in the NBA universe. Last Friday Mo’ne Davis, the 13-year-old Little League pitching phenom, gave Kevin Hart the “spin cycle” in the All Star Celebrity Game. On Saturday, Zach LaVine soared head-to-rim to win the Slam Dunk Contest, and Steph Cur...

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