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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Oberlin Announced as Largest Peace Corps-Producing Small School

Lily Nobel, Production Editor May 3, 2024

On April 17, the Peace Corps released an announcement listing Oberlin as the top producer of Peace Corps volunteers out of colleges and universities with less than 5,000 undergraduate students. According...

World Headlines

Lily Nobel, Production Editor May 3, 2024

Pro-Palestine Protests Continue at Universities Around the Country In recent weeks, college and university students have come out to protest in support of Palestinians, often with the goal of pushing...

Students particpated in a teach-in titled “Holi Against Hindutva.”

Teach-In Draws Attention to Hindu Nationalism, Provokes Protest from Groups Outside College

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 26, 2024

On Sunday, the Asian American Alliance and the Muslim Students Association hosted a teach-in called Holi Against Hindutva. The talk featured Associate Professor of History Rishad Choudhury, OC ’07, who...

Oberlin Partners with Slidr Inc. To Provide Public Transportation Within City

Emily Vaughan, Opinions Editor April 26, 2024

On April 1, Oberlin City Council voted unanimously to enter a one-year contract with Florida-based transportation company Slidr Inc. to provide public transportation within the City of Oberlin. This year-long...

New City Councilmembers Reflect on Transition to Council

Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor April 26, 2024

This January, three new members of Oberlin City Council — Jessa New, OC ’01; Joe Waltzer, OC ’98; and Libni López were sworn in, along with four incumbents. Like most Oberlin Councilmembers, New,...

City of Oberlin Receives Funding from Bloomberg Youth Climate Action Fund

Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer April 26, 2024

On April 10, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced that it had chosen the City of Oberlin to be one of 100 cities worldwide to receive funding through the organization’s Youth Climate Action Fund. In...

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Michael Kimmage: OC ’95, Author, Former State Department Official

Layla Wallerstein, News Editor April 26, 2024

On Thursday, Michael Kimmage, OC ’95, came to Oberlin to speak about his new book Collisions: The Origins of the War in Ukraine and the New Global Instability. Kimmage is a professor of History and chair...

Senior Launch Party, Alumni Ascent Celebrates, Provides Opportunities for Graduating Students

Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer April 26, 2024

Last Friday, Oberlin hosted Senior Launch Party in combination with Alumni Ascent to celebrate seniors’ accomplishments while simultaneously connecting them with campus resources. The event was part...

Oberlin Community Improvement Corporation Starts Implementation of Downtown Strategy Report

Layla Wallerstein, News Editor April 26, 2024

The Oberlin Community Improvement Corporation, the organization in charge of implementing the Downtown Strategy Report, is forming two teams to begin putting the report into action. One team will focus...

World Headlines

Haiti Prime Minister Resigns The Prime Minister of Haiti, Ariel Henry, resigned Thursday. A nine-member transitional council was appointed to take over, with Minister for Economy and Finance Michel...

Members of The Oberlin Review speak about the state of journalism at Oberlin.

Oberlin Celebrates 150 Years of Publication with Events for Alumni, Students

Yasu Shinozaki and Layla Wallerstein April 19, 2024

On Saturday, The Oberlin Review celebrated its 150th anniversary with panels featuring current staff and notable alumni, and networking events for students to make connections with and receive advice from...

Office of EDI, PRSM Collaborate, Create Consent Month Workshops

Delaney Fox and Nikki Keating April 19, 2024

This month, the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and Preventing and Responding to Sexual Misconduct, in collaboration with the Peer Support Center, the Sexual Information Center, and Survivors...

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