The Oberlin Review

Students Phone Representatives In Protest

Students Phone Representatives In Protest

Gabby Greene, News Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Features, NEWS

Editor’s Note: This caption contains mention of abortion, rape, and incest. Students call Oberlin representatives Democrat Dan Ramos of the Ohio House and Republican State Senator Gayle Manning to protest the passing of HB 258, more commonly known as a “heartbeat bill.” The bill outlaws abortions af...

Oberlin Community News Bulletin

Jenna Gyimesi, News Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Community News, NEWS

Community Voices Requested about Climate Action The Oberlin Environmental Dashboard Communications team wants to hear from community members about the ways in which they are taking action against climate change. A workshop will be held Saturday, Nov. 17 at 1:30 p.m. at the Oberlin Public Library to ...

Students Take in Election Results at ‘Sco Watch Party

Students Take in Election Results at ‘Sco Watch Party

Sydney Allen and Maria Turner

November 9, 2018


Filed under Features, NEWS

College junior Ezra Andres-Tysch views the 2018 midterm elections at a watch party in the ’Sco. The election season brought a red wave to Ohio as the Governorship, Attorney General, and nearly every high-ranking state position went Republican, with the exception of Democrat Sherrod Brown for the U.S. ...

MRC Faces Staffing Shortage

MRC Faces Staffing Shortage

Jenna Gyimesi and Anisa Curry Vietze

November 9, 2018


Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Four full-time staff members resigned from positions at the Multicultural Resource Center within the last six months. The office was once staffed by five full-time staffers. The MRC is currently run by Assistant Vice President Adrian Bautista, who is serving as the interim director, Student Li...

Project Unbound Fundraises for Human Trafficking Victims

Project Unbound Fundraises for Human Trafficking Victims

Yan Jin

November 9, 2018


Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Project Unbound, an Oberlin-based anti-human trafficking organization, will host their annual fall fundraiser for the Human Trafficking Collaborative of Lorain County on Friday, Nov. 16. The event will be the group’s second in as many weeks; they held a workshop yesterday titled “The Neurological...

Oberlin Remembers Hate Crime Victims

Oberlin Remembers Hate Crime Victims

Gabby Greene, News Editor

November 9, 2018


Filed under Features, NEWS

Students gathered in Peters Hall last Friday to honor those targeted by recent racist, anti-Semitic, and xenophobic attacks, including the shootings at the Tree of Life Synagogue and Kroger grocery store, among other events. Rabbi Shlomo Elkan (center) spoke on the events and their impact. Students,...

Trustworthy Tattoo to Open Downtown

Trustworthy Tattoo to Open Downtown

Justin Godfrey

November 9, 2018


Filed under Community News, NEWS

Trustworthy Tattoo will open in downtown Oberlin at 53 South Main Street by the end of this month. Owner Shawn Patton, Oberlin native and Amherst resident, has 13 years of tattoo experience. Trustworthy Tattoo is filling the niche of a highly-demanded, locally-based tattoo shop. The new ...

Students, Alumni Present Ambar Tom Reid Petition

Students, Alumni Present Ambar Tom Reid Petition

Roman Broszkowski, Senior Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Nearly 40 students, alumni, faculty, and community members crowded into President Carmen Ambar’s office Monday afternoon as part of a delegation meant to show support for former Associate Director of the Student Union Tom Reid, OC ’80. Reid — who had worked at Oberlin since graduating — was let go...

Josh Keating, OC ’07, Slate Editor

Josh Keating, OC ’07, Slate Editor

Sydney Allen and Nathan Carpenter

November 9, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

Josh Keating, OC ’07, is a writer and editor at Slate magazine focusing on international news and foreign policy. He returned to campus in October to meet with students, faculty, and staff and to discuss his new book Invisible Countries, which investigates ideas around nationhood, borders, and...

Security Notebook

November 9, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Security Report

Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 12:37 a.m. Campus Safety officers were requested to assist with an intoxicated student at Lord House. An ambulance was requested, and the student was transported to Mercy Allen Hospital for treatment. 1:30 p.m. Officers were requested to assist with a safety inspecti...

Oberlin Community News Bulletin

November 9, 2018


Filed under Community News, NEWS

Underground History Tour Highlights Freedom Seekers The Oberlin Heritage Center will lead two walking tours through town, sharing the stories of some of the over 3,000 African Americans who passed through and hid in Oberlin while escaping enslavement. The two tours are being offered Parents’ Week...

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