Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Off the Cuff with David Halperin, author of How to be Gay

Willa Rubin October 12, 2012

You’ve said that “gayness is not a state or condition. It’s a mode of perception, an attitude, an ethos: in short, it is a practice.” Can you elaborate on this? I’m interested in gayness as...

Security Report: Oct. 4 – Oct. 10, 2012

Staff October 12, 2012

Thursday, Oct. 4 12:41 a.m. An officer on patrol at Hales Gym observed that the interior door of the Art Studio was open. The officer checked the surrounding area and locked the door. 1:30 a.m. Officers...

City Fresh Expands Local Food Options

Peter D'Auria October 12, 2012

City Fresh, a program run through the alumni-founded nonprofit New Agrarian Center, delivers local, sustainably grown produce to Oberlin and 16 other locations from June to October. The NAC is comprised...

Off the Cuff: Bill Whittle, Political Commentator

Caroline Hui September 28, 2012

How did you get your start in politics and media? I didn’t know whether my dad was a Republican or Democrat until I was 16 or 17— I just had no idea. We never talked about politics, it wasn’t...

Spade Speaks on Limits of the Law

Robin Wasserman, News Editor September 28, 2012

Dean Spade, founder of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and associate professor of law at Seattle University, spoke Wednesday on the limits of the law in combating discrimination. Speaking casually —...

New Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures Maps International Faculty Connections

Adiel Kaplan September 28, 2012

The Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures held its inaugural reception last Friday, when organizers presented plans for an ambitious new database called ObieMAPS. The OCLC, which was created this...

Off the Cuff with Laurence Kanter, Art Curator

Mya Ballin, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

Can you talk a little bit about the setup and significance of the “Religion, Ritual and Performance in the Renaissance” exhibit? This was a great opportunity to bring pictures from Yale to Oberlin,...

Jean Barker Program to Foster Intergenerational Connections

September 28, 2012

The Jean Barker Intergenerational Connections Program, which was established to facilitate relationships between College students and elderly members of the community, will soon begin pairing interested...

Block Party Brings Residents, Students Together

Robin Wasserman, News Editor September 28, 2012

Kendal’s Precision Lawn Chair Drill Team marched into the barricaded East College Street gripping their chairs. The group’s taskmaster, Don Parker, barked orders through a megaphone. “Heads left!...

Security Report: Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 2012

Staff September 28, 2012

Thursday, Sept. 27 4:22 a.m. An officer on patrol observed a light out on a light pole near East Hall. A work order was filed. Friday, Sept. 28 1:44 a.m. Officers were requested to assist a...

Debate Introduces Congressional Candidates to Lorain County Voters

Matthew Benenson, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

Three candidates for the newly drawn Fourth Congressional District came to Oberlin on Tuesday for a debate hosted by the League of Women Voters of the Oberlin Area. With over 100 Lorain County residents...

Education Levy Renewals Put to Voters

Robin Wasserman, News Editor September 28, 2012

Three educational levy renewals will be on the ballot for Oberlin residents this November. If passed, Oberlin City Issues 44 and 45 would continue to provide significant funds for Oberlin City Schools,...

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