Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

New Center for Racial Equity Announced

Kush Bulmer, News Editor December 10, 2021

President Carmen Twillie Ambar announced the creation of a new Center for Race, Equity, and Inclusion this Wednesday as part of an update to her Presidential Initiative on Racial Equity and Diversity....

Student, religious leaders, and Vice President and Dean of Students Karen Goff gather for a meeting to discuss the future of religious life on campus.

Office of Religious, Spiritual Life Hosts Listening Session on Student Needs

Kathleen Kelleher, Production Editor December 10, 2021

An event organized by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life in association with the Division of Student Life on Thursday provided an opportunity for student leaders in Oberlin religious and spiritual...

The new Center for Engaged Liberal Arts in the basement of Mudd Center will be under construction until spring 2022.

New Center for Engaged Liberal Arts Under Construction in Mudd Center Basement

Bryn Kearney December 10, 2021

Nationwide supply chain disruptions have delayed construction of the Center for Engaged Liberal Arts in the basement of Mudd Center, which the College aims to be an innovative hub for student centered...

Security Notebook

December 10, 2021

Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021 12:34 p.m. Oberlin Student Cooperative Association leadership reported an Oberlin resident dumping trash into the dumpsters by Keep Cottage. Campus Safety officers and the Oberlin...

COVID-19 Update

December 10, 2021

Oberlin College Updates Between Nov. 29 and Dec. 5, the College’s internal testing documented five COVID-19 cases among students. During the same period, the College was also notified of five new COVID-19...

Katie Gravens

COVID-19 Campus Health Coordinator Katie Gravens Returns to Retirement

Kush Bulmer, News Editor December 10, 2021

Katie Gravens came out of retirement in August 2020 to begin working at Oberlin as the Campus Health Coordinator to navigate the College’s COVID-19 response. In her role, she coordinated the College’s...

Mary Burnett Talbert, who attended Oberlin in 1886, was a civil rights and anti-lynching activist and suffragist in the early 20th century.

History of African-American Alumnae Brought to Life

Nikki Keating December 10, 2021

A new research project by the History Design Lab, an initiative of Oberlin’s History department, aims to provide histories of Oberlin-affiliated African-American women intellectuals. Former Associate...

Nationwide labor shortages and supply chain disruptions have caused Oberlin businesses to alter their regular
operations.

Labor Shortages, Supply Chain Disruptions Affect Oberlin Businesses

Kush Bulmer, News Editor December 3, 2021

Business owners around Oberlin are struggling to hire workers and acquire certain products as labor shortages and supply chain disruptions affect businesses across the nation. In town, shuttered properties,...

Oberlin Redistricted for Congressman Bob Latta

Oberlin Redistricted for Congressman Bob Latta

Ella Moxley, News Editor December 3, 2021

Governor Mike DeWine signed a new congressional district map into law on Nov. 20, after months of partisan debate and multiple lawsuits. The new map has already received criticism from Democrats...

Completion of Reservoir Project Estimated for Spring of 2022

Completion of Reservoir Project Estimated for Spring of 2022

Kathleen Kelleher, Production Editor December 3, 2021

Big Trees, Inc., the City contractor for the Morgan Street reservoirs’ remodel, has made substantial progress on the conversion to wetland and expects to finish the project in the spring of 2022....

Staff from Oberlin City Schools sort through a recent
donation of goods with an estimated value of over $12,000.

Local Resident Donates Winter Clothing to Oberlin City Schools

Shannon Schulz December 3, 2021

Inspired by stories of need in local communities, Elyria Realtor Tammy Koleski donated over $12,000 worth of brand-new clothes, hats, shoes, and gloves to Oberlin City Schools last Monday. Koleski has...

David Arredondo

David Arredondo, Oberlin Admissions Director to Lorain County Republican Chairman

Walter Thomas-Patterson, Senior Staff Writer December 3, 2021

David Arredondo is the executive chairman of the Lorain County Republican Party, and in September he was elected as the committeeperson for Senate District 13 in Columbus. He is a lifelong resident of...

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