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The Oberlin Review

Activism Necessary to Resist Trump Presidency

Maureen Coffey, Business Manager
November 11, 2016
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

I never really considered the implications of a Donald Trump presidency until Tuesday. I knew he was running. I watched his speeches, rallies and debates. All of the signs were there, and yet until early Wednesday morning, I had not truly considered a Trump presidency. We can — and I’m sure many wil...

Sexism in Sports Extends Beyond Olympics Coverage

Maureen Coffey, Business Manager
September 2, 2016
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

This summer, like many of you, I watched the Rio Olympics. As the games wore on, I was happy to see many of my Oberlin peers enraged by the blatantly sexist remarks by reporters and the subpar treatment of female athletes. It is terrible to watch Katinka Hosszú have her successes attributed to her male...

Big Red Surge Past Yeowomen in Second Half

Big Red Surge Past Yeowomen in Second Half

Randy Ollie, Sports Editor
September 11, 2015
Filed under Field Hockey, SPORTS, Varsity Fall

Unable to counter a strong second-half surge by the Denison University Big Red, the field hockey team fell 6–1 at the Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex this past Wednesday. The loss puts the Yeowomen at 0–3 for the sea­son and 0–1 in the North Coast Athletic Conference. Following a competitive...

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