Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

The 1969 designation of Hebrew Heritage House laid the groundwork for the Jewish Studies department.

Jewish Studies Department Commemorates 50 Years at Oberlin

Alexa Stevens, News Editor October 28, 2022

The Jewish Studies department is celebrating its 50th anniversary at the College this week. The celebration will feature events Sunday evening and all day Monday. The commemorative events begin...

Title IX Office Begins Third-Year Consent Training

Emma Benardete and James McCreary October 28, 2022

Starting this November, the Title IX office and the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion will be holding mandatory consent training sessions for all third-years. While the College already requires...

Mercy Health - Allen Hospital held a mammogram clinic for faculty and staff and their spouses.

Mercy Health – Allen Hospital Holds Free Mammogram Clinic for College Faculty and Staff

Sofia Tomasic, Senior Staff Writer October 28, 2022

On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week, Mercy Health - Allen Hospital offered scheduled mammograms to both current and former Oberlin College faculty and staff and their spouses. These slots...

Dr. Mary James

Dr. Mary James, Physics Professor at Reed College

Jackie Brick October 28, 2022

This Wednesday, the Oberlin Physics and Astronomy department hosted two talks by Dr. Mary James. Dr. James is the distinguished A.A. Knowlton Professor of Physics at Reed College and Co-Chair of The American...

Stevenson Dining Hall serves food from local vendors such as Hartzler Family Dairy.

AVI Partners with Local Farms to Supply Fresh Produce

Nikki Keating, News Editor October 28, 2022

AVI Foodsystems has worked to create supply routes with local farms to provide fresh ingredients in campus dining halls. Sourcing from the region allows farms to drop off and provide supplies to Oberlin...

Security Notebook

October 28, 2022

Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022 Campus Safety officers transported an ill student from Dascomb Hall to Mercy Health - Allen Hospital. An officer on routine patrol of Mudd Center found an insecure mechanical...

Oberlin campus and community members gathered outside of Wilder Hall yesterday to hear speeches from faculty, students, and staff.

Faculty, Students Organize Teach-In, Protest Ahead of Board Bylaw Vote

Nikki Keating, Alexa Stevens, and Isaac Imas October 7, 2022

Editor’s note: The board voted to approve the amendments to the bylaws earlier today. They also made further adjustments to Article I of the bylaws, which can be found here. Students, faculty,...

President Ambar and Dean Quillen met with Conservatory orchestra and choir members in Finney Chapel during a partial City blackout to inform them that they would be performing before the U.N. in December.

College-UNITAR Partnership to Kick Off with Carnegie Hall Performance

Alexa Stevens, News Editor October 7, 2022

On Sept. 29, the College announced its partnership with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research and the Global Foundation for the Performing Arts. These partnerships are currently operating...

Chudi Martin, Jr.

Chudi Martin Jr. Talks Student Senate Goals

Nikki Keating, News Editor October 7, 2022

Chudi Martin Jr. is a College third-year and was recently elected Student Senate President. He has been working in this position since the summer and wishes to communicate his and Senate’s goals and...

Oberlin hosted a COVID-19 vaccination booster clinic today.

Lorain County Public Health Collaborates with College to Provide Booster Clinic

Sofia Tomasic, Senior Staff Writer October 7, 2022

From 1 to 6 p.m. today, Oberlin College, in collaboration with Lorain County Public Health, hosted a COVID-19 booster vaccine clinic for eligible students, faculty, and staff. The appointment-only clinic...

ODC to Charter Reproductive Justice Alliance

Emma Benardete, Editor-in-Chief October 7, 2022

Members of the Oberlin Doula Collective’s Leadership Circle are working to charter a new organization on campus called the Reproductive Justice Alliance. While much of ODC leadership will be involved...

Students walked to the NEXUS pipeline, to protest its location in Oberlin.

Seven Years Later, Students for Energy Justice Continue Protests Against NEXUS Pipeline

Ava Miller, Senior Staff Writer October 7, 2022

On Oct. 2, Students for Energy Justice, organized a walk against the NEXUS pipeline. The climate justice student group focuses on supporting communities impacted by fossil fuel emissions. A group of approximately...

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