The Oberlin Review

Comic

Comic

Claire Wang

October 12, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Arts Comic

“What I Didn’t Say” Showcases Marginalized Voices in STEAM

Kate Fishman, Arts & Culture Editor

October 12, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Music

It’s no secret that cisgender men outnumber women and nonbinary people in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics) fields. The disproportionate dominance of cis male thoughts and ideas within those spaces is often less emphasized. “While lack of gender diversity...

The “Review” in Review

The “Review” in Review

Katie Lucey, Arts & Culture Editor

October 12, 2018


Filed under ARTS

Oberlin Dance Department Celebrates its Ranking Among Nation’s Top 25 Programs

Oberlin Dance Department Celebrates its Ranking Among Nation’s Top 25 Programs

Kate Fishman, Arts & Culture Editor

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Dance, Recent Stories

In my junior year of high school, my lifelong dance teacher told me that she hoped there was a strong dance program wherever I chose to go to college, because she was sure I would miss it. I nodded politely, sure she was wrong. During my college search, I barely considered dance — and yet, I spent...

New Pinegrove Album Re-Opens Questions on Separating Art From Artist in Wake of Controversy

Carson Dowhan, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Music

After nearly 11 months of silence and confusion following a provocative Facebook post by Pinegrove lead singer Evan Hall, the indie band independently released their third album, Skylight, on Bandcamp. Pinegrove’s activity came to a halt in November of last year, after Hall made a Facebook post that r...

Comic

Comic

Claire Wang

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Arts Comic

On The Record with Sir David Adjaye, Architect

On The Record with Sir David Adjaye, Architect

Olivia Smith and Katie Lucey

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, On the Record

Acclaimed architect Sir David Adjaye, designer of the Museum of African American History and Culture among other notable projects, gave a keynote lecture yesterday as part of President Carmen Twillie Ambar’s inauguration weekend. Born in Tanzania, Adjaye is a global citizen whose work balances both th...

Unused Room 1 Showcases Student Artwork in New Biweekly House Show

Unused Room 1 Showcases Student Artwork in New Biweekly House Show

Kate Fishman, Arts & Culture Editor

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Visual Art

College seniors Alexander Freundlich and Zaid Milefchik stand in their exhibition Unused Room, a space in their home that they will be using to showcase contemporary student art. Their first show this past Wednesday, Oct. 3 included art made from mixed greens, a diffuser, and tape, among other avant-...

Dr. Ridha Moumni Speaks on Tunisian Art, History

Imani Badillo

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Visual Art

The Art History department hosted Dr. Ridha Moumni in Hallock Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 2 for his presentation, “Art, Life, and Politics in Post-War and Postcolonial Tunisia.” Moumni’s presentation discussed how the aesthetic of Tunisian art was influenced over time by political actions in and around...

Crossword: “Music To My Ears” Answers

Crossword: “Music To My Ears” Answers

Charlotte Taylor

October 5, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Crossword

Crossword: Music to My Ears

Crossword: Music to My Ears

Charlotte Taylor

September 28, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Crossword

Grasshopper Rebellion Circus Presents Political Puppet Theater

Grasshopper Rebellion Circus Presents Political Puppet Theater

Delaney Kelly

September 28, 2018


Filed under ARTS, Theater & Film

The historic political theater group Bread and Puppet Theater performed The Grasshopper Rebellion Circus in Tappan Square as part of their nationwide tour on a chilly fall day last Tuesday. This unique, immersive theater experience uses costumes and large papier-mâché puppets to distill relevant...

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