The Oberlin Review

Moffitt Woos Feve Crowd

Will Roane, Staff Writer

December 11, 2009

The stars in the Oberlin sky shone brightly onto a chilly South Main Street on Sunday as jazz vocalist Nina Moffitt, OC ’09, set up her amplifier to play a special show with Feveband at The Feve. After sorting through some feedback from her microphone, she and Feveband played two diverse and radiant...

Intro Shorts Showcase New Talent

Tess Yanisch

December 11, 2009

Last weekend, the Theater 101 class put on its showcase, displaying the skills of the enrolled students. According to Matthew Wright, the class’s professor of record, all these actors are first-semester Obies, and all but one are first-year (apparently there’s a transfer student in the mix somewhere)....

The Swallow: A Thing I Ate Last Week

Amiel Stanek, Staff Writer

December 4, 2009

Sometimes I worry about this whole thing that I’ve started doing, this thing where I write about the food that I eat and cast these writings out into the world for other people to read. I worry because, when I read the sorts of things written by the food writers and gastronomes whom I admire and...

Crispin Hellion Glover Shows Latest Work

Aaron Botwick

December 4, 2009

On Saturday, Nov. 21, Crispin Hellion Glover appeared in West Lecture Hall. The room was pitch-black except for a single red-tinted spotlight on his face. Without introduction, Glover began to present his “BIG SLIDE SHOW,” a collection of books from the 1800s that he rewrote for a one-hour dramatic...

OCircus Enacts “The Seven Deadly Sins”

Tess M. Yanisch

December 4, 2009

The premise was simple: the Hell Shopping Network was filming a commercial in front of a live studio audience. On Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21, the students in OCircus used that concept to put on an astonishing display of their talents. “The Seven Deadly Sins” took place at the Cat in the...

The Art of the Poster

James Hagan, Staff Writer

December 4, 2009

As a culture, we are addicted to images. As a school, we are addicted to posters. This is a common phenomenon on many campuses, this particular vehemence with which we revere postering. In Wilder, we make a habit of immortalizing posters in clean frames, on those new flat televisions, and almost every...

Aakash Mittal and Feveband Push Jazz Boundaries

Will Roane, Staff Writer

December 4, 2009

Under the dim illumination of a bare lightbulb in the corner of the bar upstairs at The Feve on Sunday, Nov. 22, Feveband and special guest saxophonist Aakash Mittal began their first set with an erratic melody, jerking and bobbing to the rhythms as fingers flew to get to the notes on time. Throughout...

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