Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Ada Ates

Ada Ates: Social Media and Web Manager

Erin Koo, Photo Editor and Layout Manager May 26, 2023

Ada Ates is a fourth-year who managed the Review’s social media and website from summer 2021 through fall 2022. Her dedication to curating the Review's online presence gave every writer the sense that...

Addie Breen.

Addie Breen: Production editor and East Asian Studies Major

Isaac Imas, Production Manager May 25, 2023

Addie Breen is a fourth-year who worked as a Review Production editor for both semesters of their last year at Oberlin. In that time, Addie carved out their niche as the editor who will rephrase a clunky...

Kushagra Kar celebrates sending his last issue of the Review to print.

Kushagra Kar: Editor-in-Chief

Emma Benardete and Emily Vaughan May 19, 2023

College fourth-year Kushagra Kar has worked at the Review for the entirety of his Oberlin career, as a Production Editor, Layout Editor, Opinions Editor, and then Editor- in-Chief. At the Review, his coverage...

Alexa Stevens.

Alexa Stevens: News Editor

Cal Ransom, News Editor May 19, 2023

Alexa Stevens is a graduating fourth-year Politics major with a concentration in Journalism. They began work at the Review in their first year as a Production editor and went on to become a News editor...

Land owned by Omega Health Services, LLC could be rezoned for development.

City Council, Community Members to Deliberate Housing, Retail Development on SR 58

Isaac Imas, Production Manager May 5, 2023

This past Monday, Oberlin City Council scheduled a public hearing for June 5 at 6 p.m. to consider a recommendation from the City Planning Commission to rezone a parcel of land along State Route 58, directly...

Oberlin Research Group Submits Consultancy Report to U.S. Department of State

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief May 5, 2023

Oberlin College students within the POLT 411 practicum, taught by Robert S. Danforth Professor of Politics Eve Sandberg, were recently able to submit a consultancy report to the State Department Bureau...

Commencement Celebrations Renewed With Week-Long Events

Ava Miller, News Editor May 5, 2023

For the first time since spring 2019, Oberlin College will hold a regular commencement celebration. In past years, events have been limited due to COVID-19. Leading up to the ceremony, there will be various...

Dhanya Ramji

Dhanya Ramji: President of the Oberlin Chapter of The Pad Project

Emily Alletzhauser May 5, 2023

Dhanya Ramji is a first-year College student who started a branch of The Pad Project after arriving at Oberlin last fall. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. What is The Pad...

The City bought land in Dec. 2022 for a new industrial park.

Industrial Development Along Route 20 Facilitated by City

Cal Ransom, News Editor May 5, 2023

In December 2022, Oberlin bought 211 acres of land from Pittsfield Township for $2.4 million for a new industrial park. According to City Council President Bryan Burgess, the current industrial park from...

World Headlines

Gautami Kunde May 5, 2023

Drone attacks over the Kremlin in Russia On Wednesday, two drones were shot down over the Kremlin, the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The attack has led to accusations by Russia claiming...

Upcoming Events

May 5, 2023

Friday, May 5 5 p.m.: ’Round Midnight A Cappella Spring Concert in Fairchild Chapel Join the folk and jazz a cappella group for their final concert of the year, performing songs arranged by members,...

OUI organizers pose during Undocuween.

OUI Navigates Rebuilding Group Identity and College Relations

Isaac Imas, Production Manager April 28, 2023

Obies for Undocumented Inclusion has grown its public presence in recent years through outward-facing events, some of which — like Immigrant Narratives Night and the El Centro Volunteer Initiative Art...

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