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On the Record with Claire Morton and Elise Moltz, Organizers of Collaborative Art Project

On the Record with Claire Morton and Elise Moltz, Organizers of Collaborative Art Project

Nora Kipnis, Arts Editor
February 28
Filed under ARTS, On the Record, Recent Stories

Conservatory junior Elise Moltz and College seniors Sally Decker and Claire Morton joined forces last semester to help put on a collaborative art presentation titled “ZOO.” They’re back in the collaborative art game this semester, but fans of “ZOO” can expect to see a few changes. Though Sa...

Yeomen Look to Bounce Back from Loss to Cleveland State

Sloane Garelick
February 28
Filed under SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The past two weeks have left the men’s tennis team with two big home wins and two sound defeats on the road. Last Thursday, the Yeomen shutout the Heidelberg University Student Princes at home, winning 9–0. “I think we played at a much higher level than we had been playing and the matchups were...

RIO Investment Symposium To Seek Community Consensus

RIO Investment Symposium To Seek Community Consensus

James Koblenzer
February 28
Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Although it was excluded from this month’s College-sponsored Oberlin Symposium on Divestment, the student-led Responsible Investing Organization will host its own symposium on March 8 and 9 to discuss community standards for ethical investment in hopes of forming a consensus on investment practices. “Our...

In the Locker Room with Phoebe Hammer and Simone Brodner

In the Locker Room with Phoebe Hammer and Simone Brodner

Nate Levinson, Sports Editor
February 28
Filed under In the Locker Room, Lacrosse, Recent Stories, SPORTS, Uncategorized, Varsity Spring

This week the Review sat down with senior women’s lacrosse captains Phoebe Hammer and Simone Brodner to discuss how the team has changed over the years, what it’s like being seniors and how they feel about Kenyon College’s mascot. What are your expectations for this season? SB: I think this is the best we’ve e...

Electronic Improv Band Collaborates with Oberlin Arts Collective

Rosie Black
February 28
Filed under ARTS, Music

Archie Pelago recording and mixing tracks in the studio is one thing, but when the eclectic trio played at the ’Sco on Friday night, it was an entirely different story. The Brooklyn-based group’s recordings are predominantly instrumental, creating an emotive and atmospheric texture, but their performance...

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