Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

World Headlines

L.J. Katch April 5, 2024

Israeli Missile Kills Six Humanitarian Aid Workers and Palestinian Driver Monday, six foreign aid workers with the World Central Kitchen and their Palestinian driver were killed in an Israeli airstrike....

An art installation was on display in Tappan Square Friday to draw attention to Gaza.

Oberlin Students for a Free Palestine Meet with Board of Trustees, Discuss Divestment from Israel

Delaney Fox, Editor-in-Chief March 15, 2024

Last Wednesday, representatives from Students for a Free Palestine and Jews for a Free Palestine met with Board of Trustees Chair Chris Canavan, OC ’84, Vice President Matthew Lahey, and Board of Trustees...

Students participated in a walkout Friday when the Board of Trustees visited campus.

Students for A Free Palestine Hold Demonstrations During Board of Trustees Visit to Campus

Layla Wallerstein and Yasu Shinozaki March 15, 2024

Last Friday at noon, a large number of students participated in a walkout to draw attention to the treatment of civilians in Gaza and call for divestment from companies that support the Israeli war effort....

Oberlin Board of Trustees, Oberlin Parents Council Hold Meetings

Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer March 15, 2024

The Board of Trustees of Oberlin College met March 7 and 8. At the meeting, the Trustees discussed changes that need to be made at Oberlin to address three trends in higher education. As a result of the...

Legal aid clinics are held at Oberlin Community Services on East Lorain Street.

Legal Clinics at Oberlin Community Services Provide Aid to Town Residents

Zach Terillion March 15, 2024

Oberlin Community Services is collaborating with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland to provide free monthly legal clinics to residents. According to the Legal Aid Society’s website, the clinics provide...

Voter Guide for March 19 Election

On March 19, primary and general elections will be held in Ohio. To vote, a person must carry either a driver’s license or photo ID issued by the Ohio BMV, a military ID, or a U.S. passport or passport...

Jan Weintraub Cobb.

Jan Weintraub Cobb, OC ’71: President of Alumni Leadership Council

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief March 15, 2024

Jan Weintraub Cobb, OC ’71, is currently the President of the Alumni Leadership Council. Established in 2014, the ALC oversees the Oberlin Alumni Association and helps with any events or actions of the...

World Headlines

Ella Bernstein, Production Editor March 15, 2024

Ramadan begins in Gaza amid famine Ramadan began Sunday, but in Gaza, famine has endangered Palestinians’ hopes for the fast. Since the start of Israel’s military campaign in Gaza Oct. 7, destruction...

The Environmental Dashboard tracks the energy and water usage of Oberlin College and community buildings during Ecolympics.

Oberlin Ecolympics Begins, Buildings Compete to Reduce Resource Consumption

Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer March 8, 2024

The Oberlin Ecolympics kicked off Monday. During the Ecolympics, College and community buildings will compete with each other to save power and water. The event will run until March 17.  The community...

Students Raise Concerns over Wait Times, Human Interaction Amid Azariah’s Shift to Mobile Ordering

Ariel Papas and Layla Wallerstein March 8, 2024

Starting Winter Term, Azariah’s Café — a hub of student activity, studying, and socializing — stopped accepting almost all in-person orders. The infamous long line disappeared, and the cafe’s...

Students can now dispose of food waste and compostable dinnerware in composting bins at Heritage.

Composting Program Begins at Heritage Dining Hall

Gregory Amenta March 8, 2024

At the start of the spring 2024 semester, the Office of Sustainability and AVI Foodsystems implemented composting options at Heritage. It is the first time that AVI’s composting program has been implemented...

Financial Literacy Series Educates, Prepares Students for Life After College

Jesse Gross March 8, 2024

The Financial Literacy Series, led by the Center for Student Success, is an ongoing six-part series providing students with crucial financial knowledge. Running Feb. 13—March 19, the series aims to educate...

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