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The Oberlin Review

Oberlin Should Look to Universities as Financial Models

Jordan Joseph, Contributing Writer
February 17, 2017
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

It’s no secret that the College is facing a dire financial situation caused in part by an over-reliance on tuition as revenue. This crunch was exacerbated due to the unusually high number of enrollment withdrawals over the summer. Unfortunately, administrators have decided to place the brunt of the ...

Committees Allow for More Student Input

Rachel Mead, College senior
September 23, 2016
Filed under Letters to the Editors, OPINIONS, Recent Stories

To the Editors: Students at Oberlin seem to feel that they are in the dark about how the institution functions, and rightly so. There is very little information readily available for us to answer questions like those posed in last week’s article, “Program Cuts Leave Film Students with Questions,...

Cut-It Ensemble Returns to the Apollo

Nicole Gutman
April 19, 2013
Filed under ARTS, Music, Theater & Film

The Cut-It Ensemble performed in the Apollo Theatre on Thursday during the viewing of Berlin, die Sinfonie der Großstadt (Berlin, the Symphony of a Metropolis) by Walter Ruttmann. Founded in the fall by Doron Galili, visiting assistant professor of Cinema Studies, and Peter Swendsen, assistant professo...

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