Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Largest U.S. Climate Rally Heavily Attended by Oberlin Students

Duncan Standish February 22, 2013

Some 50,000 people, including dozens of Oberlin students, gathered for the "Forward on Climate" rally in downtown Washington, D.C., last Sunday, Feb. 17, to urge President Obama to reject the permit for...

New Club Addresses Male Privilege

William Passannante, Staff Writer February 22, 2013

Signs for a “Dudes Collective,” which have been hanging around campus since the beginning of this semester, have garnered both positive and negative attention from several members of the Oberlin community....

New Mental Health Initiatives Include Community Voices

Elizabeth Kuhr February 22, 2013

This is the second of a two-part series exploring new mental health initiatives that will be offered through the Oberlin Counseling Center. Since concerns arose last year regarding the effectiveness...

Iconic West Side Market Reopens After Fire

Matan Zeimer February 15, 2013

This first part of a two-part series takes a look at the produce section of the West Side Market. Next week, part two will take readers inside the main market space at the start of business hours. On...

First One Town Meeting Heavily Attended

Rosemary Boeglin, News Editor February 15, 2013

The One Town Campaign, an organization formed by students, alumni and community members in response to the No Trespass policy and other town-gown divides, met for its first meeting Wednesday, Feb. 13,...

Security Report: Feb. 7 – Feb. 12, 2013

Staff February 15, 2013

Thursday, Feb. 7 2:15 a.m. An officer securing Mudd Library was given an unattended backpack that belonged to a student. A note was left in the student’s room regarding the recovered backpack, and...

OTC with Jim Margolis, OC ’78, and Senior Advisor to President Obama

Elizabeth Dobbins, Staff Writer February 15, 2013

You’ve been involved in some international elections in Africa, Europe, Asia and Latin America. What are some of the challenges of working on international elections? The part that I love about international...

Mental Health Services Gets Revamped

Elizabeth Kuhr, Staff Writer February 15, 2013

Last week, Dean of Students Eric Estes e-mailed the student body with several new mental health initiatives that have been put into place, including a student advisory group, several grief workshops and...

Documentary Highlights Flaws of Justice System

Tania Mukherjee February 15, 2013

Last Tuesday night, the award-winning documentary Crime After Crime, based on the story of incarcerated domestic violence victim Deborah Peagler, was screened in Craig Lecture Hall. The event was co-sponsored...

Hundreds Stand in Solidarity After Incidents of Hate Speech

Rosemary Boeglin, News Editor February 15, 2013

This past week, numerous instances of racist, anti-Semitic and queerphobic notes and graffiti were discovered across campus. The first occurrence, discovered Saturday, Feb. 9, in the Science Center, involved...

Tensions Increase over No Trespass List

Rosemary Boeglin February 8, 2013

Recent conversations surrounding the College’s trespass policy have drawn attention to dividing lines between the town and school. Students, alumni and community members formed the One Town Campaign...

Off The Cuff: Dr. Johnnette B. Cole, OC ’57, and Princeton University Professor of Philosophy Kwame Anthony Appiah

February 8, 2013

Dr. Cole, what it was like to be a female Anthropology major in the ’50s? Cole: Well, first I must say there was no Anthropology major in the years that I was at Oberlin. So I majored in Sociology,...

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