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The Oberlin Review

NACWAA, NCAC Honor Oberlin Administrators

NACWAA, NCAC Honor Oberlin Administrators

September 4, 2015

Oberlin’s Administration earned commendations for achievement in athletic leadership and manage­ment this summer. President Mar­vin Krislov was elected President of the North Coast Athletic Confer­ence, while Delta Lodge Director of Athletics Natalie Winkelfoos was honored with the NACWAA award for Administrator of the Year in Di­vision III Athletics. Both Krislov and Winkelfoos were recognized for being inclusive, accessible leaders who exert a con­centrated effort to provide athletic...

Review Security Notebook

May 9, 2014

Filed under NEWS, Security Report, STAFF

Thursday, May 1 10:10 p.m. A student reported the theft of a backpack from a study carrel in Mudd Library. The backpack was later located by of- ficers under a different carrel in Mudd. The backpack was returned to the owner with all items intact. Friday, May 2 2:39 p.m. Officers responded to a report of damage to the door lock at the Bike Co-op. The center piece of the lock was missing and the deadbolt did not work. Nothing appeared to be missing inside. A locksmith responded for repair. 7:22 p.m. A student reported the theft of his cell phone from the basketball court area at Philips gym. The phone is a black iPhone 4 with a black case. The phone is valued at approximately $250. 9:54 p.m. Officers were request...

Campus Debates Toxicity

May 2, 2014

Filed under Campus News, NEWS, STAFF

This past week, controversy surrounding Solarity’s upcoming event, Toxicity, has surfaced on campus and social media. The criticism is largely directed at the event’s name, which many students claim connotes disaster and dystopia. College senior Jessica Lam posted a “Response to ‘Toxicity’” on Facebook last Friday, ushering in a campus-wide conversation about the event. “The first time I saw fliers advertising Solarity’s next event, I joked about modifying them with labels so the new version would read, ‘White Culture is Toxicity,’ ” Lam wrote. “Weeks later, my friend tells me she was in Japan during the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. This is what she thinks about when she sees Solarity’s...

Review Security Notebook

May 2, 2014

Filed under NEWS, Security Report, STAFF

Thursday, April 24 10:15 a.m. Dascomb Hall staff members reported a suspicious person sleeping in the lounge on the second floor of the dorm. The individual had a green sleeping bag and black backpack. Officers responded and checked Dascomb Hall and Wilder Bowl, but the individual was not located. 11:30 a.m. Grounds staff members reported additional vandalism to the outside chairs on the north side of Dascomb Hall. An officer observed several slats broken from one of the seats. No estimate of the damage has been given. Friday, April 25 3:12 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person in the computer area of Robertson Hall. Members of the Oberlin Police Department also responded and spoke with ...

Local News Bulletin

April 25, 2014

Filed under Community News, NEWS, STAFF

Hair Recycling The Resource Conser- vation Team hosted a hair recycling event this Tuesday, during which student stylists gave their peers free haircuts. The chopped locks will be donated to the Matter of Trust organization, which then ships the clippings to manufacturers throughout the U.S. who weave them into mats that effectively soak up oil from oil spills. Cleveland Contender for 2016 DNC The Democratic National Committee may host its 2016 convention in Cleveland, an endeavor that would cost the city between $55 and $60 million. The biggest factor in the decision is the city’s facilities, including the number of available hotels for visiting officials and media personnel. Oberlin Autism Film Festival The...

Review Security Notebook

April 25, 2014

Filed under NEWS, Security Report, STAFF

Thursday, April 17 10:29 a.m. Custodial staff reported observing graffiti in the first floor restroom at Fairchild House. The graffiti appeared to be non-offensive and done in black marker. A work order was filed for removal. 11:18 a.m. Officers responded to assist with an ill student at Fairchild House. An ambulance was requested, and the student was transported to Mercy Allen Hospital for treatment. 3:23 p.m. Custodial staff reported a large hole in the northwest walkway of Harvey House. Officers responded to the area, which was then roped off and barricaded. The grounds crew responded to fill the hole until proper repair is made. Friday, April 18 8:38 p.m. Officers and members of the Oberlin Fire Depart- me...

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