Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Ella Fahl Moxley

Ella Fahl Moxley, Review News Editor Extraordinaire

Lauren Krainess, Managing Editor May 20, 2022

Ella Fahl Moxley, OC ’22, has been involved with the Review since her first semester at Oberlin and has worked as a News Editor for six semesters. She has contributed to notable coverage of the COVID-19...

Anisa and Gigi, with a special feature from Ella’s finger, as they reported live from the Trump rally in Wellington,OH in June 2021.

Anisa Curry Vietze and Gigi Ewing, Senior Staff

Kushagra Kar, Editor-in-Chief May 20, 2022

In 2018, two brilliant and immensely powerful women stepped into an unassuming Oberlin campus. In week one, Anisa Curry Vietze shook the Oberlin journalism scene with her first article: “"Lorain, Ohio...

Students held a vigil Sunday for the 74th anniversary of the Nakba on Tappan Square.

Students for a Free Palestine Hosts Nakba Vigil

Ella Moxley, News Editor May 20, 2022

On Sunday, Students for a Free Palestine commemorated the 74th anniversary of the Nakba with a vigil on Tappan Square. The Nakba marks the day in 1948 when over 700,000 Palestinians were expelled...

Co-ops Navigate COVID-19 Cases

Ella Moxley, News Editor May 20, 2022

COVID-19 cases have increased on campus over the last week. Between May 13–19, Oberlin recorded 63 positive COVID cases. As a result, co-ops in the Oberlin Student Cooperative Association have...

Last week, City Councilmember Ray English was censured for a breach in confidentiality that occurred during an email exchange.

City Council Censures Ray English, Welcomes New Member

Juliana Gaspar, Arts & Culture Editor May 20, 2022

At last Monday’s City Council meeting, Councilmember Ray English read a statement in response to his recent censuring. The censure, the first time City Council has taken this action in 15 years,...

Security Report

May 20, 2022

Friday, May 13, 2022 5:41 a.m. A resident of Langston Hall reported a centipede in their room. A campus safety officer responded and the centipede was removed. A work order was filed for a room...

The Vibrant Campus Life Task-Force is using quantitative and qualitative data to assess the state of student life on campus.

New Task Force Seeks to Strengthen Campus Life

Emma Benardete and Gideon Reed May 20, 2022

The Division of Student Life launched the Vibrant Campus Life Task-Force earlier this semester in order to improve students’ experiences of campus life and culture. The task force plans to gather data...

Students painted a rock in Tappan Square with the slogan “Protect Roe v. Wade” after the Supreme Court leak.

Students Organize in Response to Potential Overturning of Roe v. Wade

Wiley Smith, This Week Editor May 13, 2022

A recently leaked draft of a Supreme Court majority opinion indicates that the Court may overturn Roe v. Wade. Such a decision would end the nearly 50-year-old precedent of the constitutional right...

In fall 2021, Oberlin hosted a delayed Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020. This year will mark the return of several in-person Commencement traditions.

Class of 2022 Anticipates Commencement

Sofia Tomasic, Senior Staff Writer May 13, 2022

This year’s Commencement and Reunion Weekend will occur Sunday, June 5, the day after final exams end. While the ceremony promises the return of several beloved Commencement traditions that were...

This summer, the College will begin renovating Wilder Hall.

College Set to Renovate Wilder Hall This Summer

Juliana Gaspar, Arts & Culture Editor May 13, 2022

This summer, the College will start renovating the west side of Wilder Hall to upgrade the building’s furniture, functionality, and infrastructure. To accommodate the renovations, some organizations...

Students often visit the Allen Memorial Art Museum to augment their learning in the classroom by viewing artwork relevant to the curriculum.

Oberlin to Offer Five New Academic Programs

Emma Benardete, Editor-in-Chief May 13, 2022

Oberlin has approved five new academic programs for the 2022–23 academic year: integrative concentrations in Public Humanities and Data Sciences, a minor in Spanish, and Conservatory minors in...

Iesha-LaShay Phillips

Iesha-LaShay Phillips: Fourth-Year, Truman Scholar, Community Organizer, Future Yale Law Student

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor May 13, 2022

Iesha-LaShay Phillips is a graduating fourth-year majoring in Law and Society and minoring in Rhetoric and Composition. Phillips came to Oberlin as a QuestBridge recipient and is committed to building...

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