The Oberlin Review

The Review publishes digitally every Wednesday and Friday.
New allegations of religious intolerance from Professor of Religion and Nancy Schrom Dye Chair in Middle East and North African Studies Mohammad Jafar Mahallati have recently come to light.
Religion Professor Accused of Anti-Semitic, Anti-Baha'i Sentiment
Gigi Ewing, News Editor • April 30, 2021

Last October, an Oberlin faculty member denied allegations that he helped cover up Iran’s mass killing of political prisoners in 1988 when he served as Iran’s ambassador to the U.N. In the months since, Professor of Religion and Nancy Schrom Dye Chair in Middle East and North African Studies Mohammad...

The Ramadan fridge in Decafé is often stocked with applesauce, Pepsi, and other soft drinks.
Students Disappointed by Insufficient Ramadan Offerings
Kushagra Kar, Opinions Editor • April 30, 2021

Despite promising to accommodate the needs of fasting students during the month of Ramadan, some students feel AVI Foodsystems’ offerings have fallen short. While AVI hoped to serve expanded food options and culturally appropriate food, students report that many of the offerings are nutritionally deficient...

The Office of Residential Education will have five days to prepare the dorms for students moving in for the summer semester.
Short Turnaround Between Spring, Summer Semesters Causes Stress for Students
Ella Moxley, News Editor • April 30, 2021

Oberlin third- and fourth-year students are scrambling to navigate the quick turnaround time between moving out at the end of the spring semester and, for those who aren’t graduating, moving into new housing at the start of the summer term. Many students have expressed frustration at how little time...

Security Notebook
April 30, 2021

Thursday, April 22, 2021 8:27 a.m. A staff member reported damage to their vehicle while parked in the Finney Chapel lot. The damage was to the driver’s side rear corner and the driver’s side passenger door. It is unknown who is responsible for the damage. Friday, April 23, 2021 12:52 p.m....

Weekly COVID-19 Update
April 30, 2021

Lorain County Updates Lorain County reported 161 cases and 8 hospitalizations from April 23 to April 29, marking a decline from 220 cases the previous week. The reduction in cases is welcome news for the County, but health officials continue to urge caution while vaccination efforts continue. As...

Obies Recommend: How To Recover From A Semester In 11 Days
Oberlin Doula Collective Trains Student Advocates
AAA Sponsors Asian Cultural Arts Festival, Celebrates Diverse Traditions
Sprinklerz Quenches Students’ Thirst

Nomadland Takes Viewers on an American Odyssey

April 23, 2021

Matthew Sato, Oberlin’s Most Prolific ExCo Instructor
Performing Across Media: Theater, Dance Seniors on Their Culminating Shows
Samuel George, OC ’07, Documentary Filmmaker
Meredith Gadsby Reflects On Trial Verdict
Temptaous Mckoy Deconstructs Professionalism and Technical Communication
Off The Cuff with Henry Hicks and Jasmine Mitchell, Senate Chairs
In the Locker Room with Reet Goraya, Field Hockey Player and Shansi Fellow
In the Locker Room with Natalie Soord, Star Walk-On
In The Locker Room With President Ambar, Instagram’s Newest Fitness Influencer
Senior Athletes Finding Closure After Roller Coaster Year
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