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The Oberlin Review

Second-Person Prevails in Pagel’s Occult, Political Poetry

Second-Person Prevails in Pagel’s Occult, Political Poetry

Julia Peterson, Production editor
May 5, 2017
Filed under ARTS, Features, Literature & Poetry

There is something haunting about Caryl Pagel’s poetry — and it’s not just the gravestones that frequently appear in her work. Pagel’s writing is heavily steeped in the occult and references to Gothic literature, which she weaves into poetry that is both lyrical and feminist. In addition to h...

Tough Competition Tests Yeowomen

Tough Competition Tests Yeowomen

Jack Brewster
April 15, 2016
Filed under Recent Stories, SPORTS, Tennis, Varsity Spring

The women’s tennis team split two match­es last weekend, knocking off Division II Walsh University 7–2 Friday before falling to Division I Cleveland State 6–1 Saturday. As a Division III school, Oberlin went into the weekend as the underdog in both match­ups. This wasn’t the first time Head...

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