Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Class of 2025 Engages in New Internship+ Program

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2023

The Office of Career Exploration and Development, in collaboration with the Conservatory Office of Professional Development, has implemented the new Internship+ Program, which allows students, starting...

Decafe in Wilder Hall is one of many dining locations on campus run by AVI food services.

AVI Updates Student Meal Plans, Ordering Systems, Dining Halls

Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer September 15, 2023

In November 2022, the federal government through the Board of Education mandated that every institution of higher education receiving government money must provide three meals a day or allowances for three...

College Launches Free Transportation to Cleveland

Cole Mirman September 15, 2023

On Aug. 22, Oberlin College announced a new shuttle program, named the ObieExpress, offering free transportation to and from various places in the greater Cleveland area.  It runs from Thursday to Sunday...

World Headlines

Zachary Stout September 15, 2023

Ukraine Recaptures Strategic Black Sea Oil Platforms Seized During Crimean Annexation According to the Ukrainian military, Ukraine has recaptured several strategic oil platforms in the Black Sea that...

Following the June 29 Supreme Court decision ruling affirmative action unconstitutional, Oberlin College released a statement promising that racial equity would still be at the forefront of Oberlin’s mission.

Oberlin Navigates Admissions Post Affirmative Action Ruling

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor September 8, 2023

On the morning of June 29, the Supreme Court overturned affirmative action through lawsuits by Students for Fair Admissions against both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard University,...

Oberlin College Files Lawsuit Against Four Insurance Providers Over Gibson’s Settlement

Ava Miller, News Editor September 8, 2023

On April 17, 2023, Oberlin College and Meredith Raimondo filed a lawsuit against four of its insurance providers in the Lorain County Common Pleas Court on the grounds that the defendant insurers have...

Over the summer, construction began on a new residential building on the west side of Woodlands Street.

Construction Begins on Woodland Street; Off-Campus Housing to be Phased Out

Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer September 8, 2023

On July 17, Oberlin College began site preparation work for a new residential building located on the west side of Woodland Street, just south of Philips gym and across the street from the Science Center....

The August Issue 1 initiative drew unusually high turnout for a summer special election.

Ohio Voters Reject Issue 1, Setting Up Abortion Campaigns in November

Ava Miller and Isaac Imas September 8, 2023

On Aug. 8, Ohio voters rejected Issue 1, an amendment to the Ohio State Constitution proposed by the state legislature. The measure, which was defeated by a 14 percent margin, would have mandated a 60...

Oberlin, UNITAR Continue Development of Cultural Diplomacy Programs

Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor September 8, 2023

In September 2022, Oberlin entered a partnership with the United Nations Institution for Training and Research and the Global Foundation for the Performing Arts. Oberlin is currently working with the two...

Oberlin Installs Geothermal Heating, Cooling in Sustainable Infrastructure Project

Layla Wallerstein September 8, 2023

Oberlin’s Sustainable Infrastructure Program, a campus-wide conversion to geothermal heating and cooling, has just completed its third phase.  Over the summer, the construction of underground piping...

Johnnetta B. Cole, OC ’57, was the first female African-American president of Spelman College.

Johnnetta Cole: National Humanities Medal Recipient, OC ’57

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2023

Johnnetta B. Cole, OC ’57, is an anthropologist and educator who received the 2021 National Humanities Medal earlier this year. After graduating from Oberlin, where she earned a degree in Sociology,...

World Headlines

Cal Ransom, News Editor September 8, 2023

US Promises $1 Billion in Aid to Ukraine; 17 Civilians Killed in Wednesday Attack Missiles hit a market Wednesday in Kostiantynivka, a town 12 miles from the front lines in the Donetsk region of Ukraine...

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