Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

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,...

Jerry Greenfield Discusses Social Activism, Business, Fire Eating

William Passannante, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

Jerry Greenfield: I was here from ’69 to ’73, and ... the best thing about Oberlin for me was the social and political activism. I came here as a suburban kid from Rhode Island and I was not really...

Oberlin Project Plans Green Downtown

Elizabeth Dobbins, Staff Writer September 28, 2012

“If you … fast-forward 10 or 20 or 30 years, given the way the economy works in the Rust Belt, [Oberlin] is going to be a pretty sad little town,” said David Orr, executive director of the Oberlin...

Fundraising Campaign Kicks Off with Weekend Celebration

Robin Wasserman, News Editor September 21, 2012

This weekend, around 500 alumni and their family members will gather in Oberlin for the launch of the public phase of what has been advertised as “the most ambitious fundraising effort in [Oberlin’s]...

Off the Cuff with Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger

Matthew Benenson September 21, 2012

What did you think of the movie, Rudy? I loved it. The acting was great, the music was great. I thought they did a great job, especially with the message. The message came across real clear and...

Students Protest on Wall Street To Mark One-Year Anniversary of Occupy Movement

Juila Herbst, News Editor September 21, 2012

Protesters returned to the streets of New York City this past week for the one-year anniversary of the Occupy movement on Sept. 17. Among the participants were 19 Oberlin students, who participated in...

The Oberlin Project: How sustainability education might transform a community

Elizabeth Dobbins, Staff Writer September 21, 2012

This article is the first in a three-part series on the impact of the Oberlin Project. Down an ash road north of the athletic fields and tucked away in a grove of trees lies a 10-acre clearing filled...

Cleveland Gambles on Casino to Boost Local Economy

Allegra Kirkland, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2012

The signs on the front doors of the Horseshoe Cleveland provide a friendly reminder to visitors: “No Smoking, No Weapons.” Inside, the casino floor is crowded with security officers making their rounds...

Security Report: Sept. 12 – Sept. 18, 2012

Staff September 21, 2012

Wednesday, Sept. 12 10:19 p.m. At approximately 10:19 p.m., a student reported that an unknown subject entered his room in East Hall. He appeared to have been going room to room on the second floor,...

Security Report: Sept. 20 – Sept. 26, 2012

Staff September 20, 2012

Thursday, Sept. 20 2:01 a.m. Officers responded to a noise complaint at a Goldsmith apartment. Occupants were advised to turn the music down and complied. 7:55 a.m. The owner of a recovered bookbag...

Increasing Student Loan Rates Mired in Partisan Controversy

Aimee Stern May 4, 2012

There are currently 7.4 million undergraduate students relying on loans subsidized by the federal government to help pay for college. Presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are currently debating...

Security Report: April 26 to May 1, 2012

Staff May 4, 2012

Thursday, April 26 11:30 a.m. Staff reported the equipment room at Jones Field House was broken into. An inventory will be taken to determine if anything is missing. 12:30 p.m. Staff at Wilder...

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