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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Oberlin Redistricted for Congressman Bob Latta

Oberlin Redistricted for Congressman Bob Latta

Ella Moxley, News Editor December 3, 2021

Governor Mike DeWine signed a new congressional district map into law on Nov. 20, after months of partisan debate and multiple lawsuits. The new map has already received criticism from Democrats...

Completion of Reservoir Project Estimated for Spring of 2022

Completion of Reservoir Project Estimated for Spring of 2022

Kathleen Kelleher, Arts & Culture Editor December 3, 2021

Big Trees, Inc., the City contractor for the Morgan Street reservoirs’ remodel, has made substantial progress on the conversion to wetland and expects to finish the project in the spring of 2022....

Staff from Oberlin City Schools sort through a recent
donation of goods with an estimated value of over $12,000.

Local Resident Donates Winter Clothing to Oberlin City Schools

Shannon Schulz December 3, 2021

Inspired by stories of need in local communities, Elyria Realtor Tammy Koleski donated over $12,000 worth of brand-new clothes, hats, shoes, and gloves to Oberlin City Schools last Monday. Koleski has...

David Arredondo

David Arredondo, Oberlin Admissions Director to Lorain County Republican Chairman

Walter Thomas-Patterson, Conservatory Editor December 3, 2021

David Arredondo is the executive chairman of the Lorain County Republican Party, and in September he was elected as the committeeperson for Senate District 13 in Columbus. He is a lifelong resident of...

Security Report

December 3, 2021

Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021 1:55 a.m. Campus Safety officers were requested to assist with a student at Harkness House who was ill from alcohol consumption. The student was coherent, able to answer...

COVID-19 Update

December 3, 2021

Oberlin College Updates Between Nov. 8–Nov. 23, the College’s internal testing documented two positive COVID-19 cases among students. Between Nov. 8 – Nov. 28, the College was notified of zero...

After a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, students have experienced long wait times and delays when seeking a test at the Student Health Center.

Uptick in COVID-19 Cases Prompts Student Frustration

Ella Moxley, News Editor November 12, 2021

In the last three weeks, 27 students have tested positive for COVID-19. This period has resulted in the highest weekly caseload since the pandemic began and has prompted changes to testing and concern...

Students and volunteers sort through trash during a waste audit organized by the College throughout the week to determine future sustainability and recycling practices.

Volunteers Dig Through Dumpsters for Campus Waste Audit

Eric Schank, Production Editor & Senior Staff Writer November 12, 2021

This week, volunteers riffled through dumpsters from six buildings around campus, sorting trash and potentially recoverable materials by hand to conduct a waste audit for the College. This assessment will...

College Alters Maya Lin’s Vision for Post Fossil Fuel Landscape

Kush Bulmer, News Editor November 12, 2021

After two and a half years of construction on the natural landscape project in front of The Hotel at Oberlin, the College has decided to reevaluate the project’s implementation and partially...

Low Voter Turnout Marks Oberlin City Elections

Walter Thomas-Patterson, Conservatory Editor November 12, 2021

Oberlin voters headed to the polls Nov. 2 to vote in the 2021 general election, which included several local city and county issues. There was a low voter turnout with only 19.97 percent of residents...

Recent Bike Accidents Prompt Messages of Caution

Lauren Krainess, News Editor November 12, 2021

Three bicycle accidents involving and injuring students have been reported to Campus Safety this semester, with two occuring in the last week. These accidents took place at various locations on campus,...

Bryan Burgess On His Return to City Council

Isaac Kucher, Production Editor November 12, 2021

Former President of City Council Bryan Burgess was re-elected as a City councilmember on Nov. 2 following a two-year hiatus from the position. Burgess took the hiatus after exhausting his term...

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