The Oberlin Review

Off the Cuff: Lee Doren, “Crasher-in-Chief”

Ian Seeley and Sam Jewler

December 4, 2009


Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

So, you had no hesitation coming to Oberlin? No, not one bit. I really enjoy speaking to students because I had very similar experiences, obviously. You can tell I’m not that much older than all of you. Do you have any personal experience with [professors using their classrooms to promote th...

Security Report: Feb. 16 – Feb. 29

Staff

March 2, 2009


Filed under Campus News, NEWS, Security Report

Thursday, Feb. 23 9:24 p.m. Officers and the Oberlin Fire Department responded to a call from the Oberlin Inn to assist two people stuck in the elevator. A work order was placed for repairs. 10 p.m. A Goldsmith resident reported the theft of prescription medication from an apartment. The the...

OPD Offers Law Enforcement Training to Citizens

Charlotte Halloran-Couch

February 28, 2009


Filed under Community News, NEWS

In a move designed to improve relations among the town, College and local law enforcement officials, Oberlin Chief of Police Tom Miller has instituted the police department's new Citizen's Police Academy. "Our goal [with the CPA] simply is to give the community a better understanding of police operations,"...

Soup Kitchens Feel the Pinch as Layoffs Continue

John Cheng, Staff Writer

February 28, 2009


Filed under Community News, NEWS

As unemployment increases, Lorain Country residents are further tightening their belts by turning to food pantries and soup kitchens. But these organizations are also suffering from decreased resources all around. On Saturday, Feb. 21, College junior Sydney Harris, the coordinator of the Hunger and...

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