Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

MAASC emphasizes unity, culinary traditions

Joelle Lingat, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

This past weekend, Oberlin College hosted the 17th Biennial Midwest Asian American Student Conference. Over 50 students from different campuses, including Loyola University Chicago, Calvin College, University...

Symposium Discusses Nuclear Power, Honors Anniversary of Fukushima

Joelle Lingat, Staff Writer March 2, 2012

The Fukushima: Lessons Learned? Symposium, held in Craig Lecture Hall the weekend of March 9–10, featured three different panels in honor of the one-year anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear...

Off the Cuff with John Harwood

Rosemary Boeglin, News Editor March 2, 2012

Could you tell me a little bit about the work that you recently published? The idea behind this book is to do a couple of different things at once. First is to provide a historical account of the way...

SOA Watch Sponsors Re-Envisioning Solidarity Workshop

Aimee Stern March 2, 2012

School of the Americas Watch sponsored a Re-Envisioning Solidarity Workshop at Oberlin on Tuesday night led by Becca Polk, student and youth coordinator of SOA Watch. Polk screened a short documentary,...

Off the Cuff with Dick Gregory, comedian and civil rights activist

Alex Howard, News Editor March 2, 2012

You started doing comedy after you were drafted. What was that like? Well, first, I’ve been funny all my life. See, the greatest laugh you have ever heard wasn’t tonight. It’s friends and relatives....

Bolton Lecture Sparks Controversy, Call for Dialogue

Rosemary Boeglin, News Editor March 2, 2012

John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and frequent political pundit for the Wall Street Journal and Fox News, spoke to a crowd — the majority of which were Ohio residents — on Wednesday...

The Oberlin City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night reccomending a constitutional amendment that would rescind the corporate personhood granted in the 2010 Supreme Courts Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ruling.

Oberlin City Council Approves Resolution to Rescind Corporate Personhood

Rosemary Boeglin, News Editor February 24, 2012

In 2010, the United States Supreme Court made a landmark decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission extending First Amendment rights to corporations and unions by prohibiting the government...

Symposium Honors Kornblith, Showcases Obie Historians

Elizabeth Dobbins February 24, 2012

A symposium titled “Doing American History” will be held in Craig Lecture Hall tomorrow, Feb. 25, to honor Professor of History Gary Kornblith’s retirement after 30 years of teaching at Oberlin....

Students Abroad Explore London’s Culture, History

Katherine Hamilton, Staff Writer February 24, 2012

A group of 25 students arrived in London for the Danenberg Oberlin-In-London program on Feb. 1, where they are exploring English, politics, art, culture and the history of London by experiencing this vibrant,...

Security Report: Feb. 17 – Feb. 21, 2012

Staff February 24, 2012

Friday, Feb. 17 10:15 a.m. A staff person reported the theft of a light from her bicycle while locked to the bike rack on the east side of Philips Gym. 2:44 p.m. Student reported the theft of a...

Lunar New Year Banquet Offers Cuisine, Celebration

Joelle Lingat February 24, 2012

Students are invited to dress up and participate in the Lunar New Year Banquet in Carnegie’s Root Room tomorrow from 6 - 8 p.m. to celebrate the new year. The Chinese Student Association, Oberlin...

Cycling Route to Follow Path of Underground Railroad

Aimee Stern February 24, 2012

A new historic bike path that passes through various communities and historic landmarks associated with the Underground Railroad is coming to Oberlin. The Adventure Cycling Association, a nonprofit organization...

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