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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Oberlin will outsource health services to University Hospitals starting on July 19.

College Outsources Student Health Services, Leaving Staff in Limbo

Ella Moxley, News Editor July 2, 2021

The College will begin outsourcing Student Health Services to University Hospitals Health System starting July 19. Most staff will have the chance to reapply for their jobs through UH, but Medical Director...

Oberlin entered a four-year partnership with the JED Campus Program to increase the accessibility of mental health resources on campus. As the College enters its third year of the program, most of the recommendations have yet to be implemented due to COVID-19 and the One Oberlin restructuring.

Progress in JED Mental Health Program Unclear as College Approaches Final Year of Process

Gigi Ewing, News Editor July 2, 2021

Editor’s note: This article contains mention of suicidal ideation. Three years into the College’s partnership with the JED Campus program, which provided the College with recommendations to improve...

Donica Thomas Varner

Off the Cuff with Donica Thomas Varner, Former Vice President, General Counsel, & Secretary

Anisa Curry Vietze, Editor-in-Chief July 2, 2021

Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary Donica Thomas Varner has worked at Oberlin for four years managing a variety of the College’s legal needs. Varner has helped the Board of Trustees and senior...

Security Notebook

July 2, 2021

Thursday, June 24, 2021  4:56 p.m. Facilities staff reported damage to a service garage in the Service Building’s south parking lot. The door appeared to have been struck by a vehicle.    Friday,...

Donald Trump at a rally last year in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

First Post-Presidency Trump Rally Will be Held in Lorain County

Walter Thomas-Patterson, Senior Staff Writer June 25, 2021

This coming Saturday, Former President Donald Trump will hold his first rally post-presidency in the parking lot of the Lorain County Fairgrounds, a 15 minute drive from Oberlin. The rally is a part of...

COVID-19, Three-Semester System Create Extra Demands for Faculty

COVID-19, Three-Semester System Create Extra Demands for Faculty

Kushagra Kar, Editor-in-Chief June 25, 2021

In the last year and a half, Oberlin professors have reassessed syllabi, adapted to the hybrid mode of teaching, experimented with different assignments and grading formats, and adjusted to a reformatted...

Sahgar Gupta

Off the Cuff With Sahgar Gupta, Chair of the Oberlin College Student Progressive Project

Ella Moxley, News Editor June 25, 2021

College second-year Sahgar Gupta is the co-chair of the Oberlin College Student Progressive Project. Gupta sat down with us to discuss why the organization changed its name — it was previously called...

Community members and students gather around the Cofield’s food truck.

Juneteenth 2021 Brings More Food Trucks to Oberlin, City Council and OCIC Arrange for Them to Stay

Casey Troost and Aaron Morales Dolich June 25, 2021

After six years of heavily regulating food trucks within city limits, Oberlin City Council passed changes to food truck regulations this Monday. Since 2015, food trucks have not been allowed to operate...

The Oberlin Gasholder Building, constructed in 1889 to store coal gas, will house the Underground Railroad museum.

Oberlin Community Celebrates Juneteenth; Recalls Histories of Freedom

Sander Ferrazza June 25, 2021

Last weekend Oberlin community members and College students gathered together to celebrate Juneteenth in and around Tappan Square, where they enjoyed food trucks, music, and a parade. The event followed...

Security Notebook

June 25, 2021

Thursday, June 17, 2021 3:58 p.m. A Campus Safety officer responded to a report of smoldering mulch at the Woodland Street entrance to the Science Center. The officer, along with a maintenance technician, poured...

Students celebrate Juneteenth at ABUSUA’s Juneteenth Block Party with games, food, and live music.

ABUSUA Organizes Block Party for First On-Campus Juneteenth Celebration

Juanita Alabi and Ella Moxley June 18, 2021

ABUSUA, Oberlin’s Black Student Union, and the College’s Juneteenth committee will be hosting Oberlin’s first Juneteenth Celebration in the form of a block party this evening from 3–7 p.m. in Wilder...

The Morgan Street Reservoirs at the Arb will be remodeled this fall to avoid potential flooding of local neighborhoods and add features such as walkways and observation areas.

City Council Moves to Restructure Morgan Street Reservoirs; Develop Wetland

Kush Bulmer, Production Editor June 18, 2021

The two reservoirs on Morgan Street — colloquially known as the Arb, after the Oberlin College Arboretum to which they are directly adjacent — will be remodelled to meet state regulations. Following...

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