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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

City Council Update for March 4, 2024

Hazel Feldstein March 8, 2024

Oberlin City Council met Monday for a regular meeting. Council President Eboni Johnson presided over the meeting. All Councilmembers were present.  After roll call and approving the last public hearing...

Emily Winfield: The LCADA Way Prevention Specialist

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor March 8, 2024

Emily Winfield is a prevention specialist at The LCADA Way, an organization dedicated to providing support for people struggling with addiction in Lorain, Medina, and Erie Counties. A graduate of the University...

Student Health Update

Layla Wallerstein, News Editor March 8, 2024

In the last few weeks, many students and faculty have fallen ill. In addition to an upper respiratory sickness, many have been experiencing gastrointestinal issues. Five positive COVID-19 tests were...

World Headlines

Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor March 8, 2024

France Becomes First Nation to Add Right to Abortion to Constitution The French legislature voted Monday to amend the nation’s Constitution to protect the right to abortion, making it the first nation...

The Wilson Bruce Evans House is being restored with the goal of making it a museum and educational space.

Wilson Bruce Evans House Receives Ohio Historical Marker

Nimala Sivakumar, Production Editor March 1, 2024

On Feb. 17, over 50 people gathered at the Wilson Bruce Evans House to celebrate the unveiling of an Ohio Historical Marker. The unveiling coincides with the rehabilitation of the home, which originally...

League of Women Voters Forum Discusses Proposed Oberlin Charter Amendments

Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer March 1, 2024

On Wednesday, the League of Women Voters of Lorain County hosted a forum at the Oberlin Public Library to discuss the proposed amendments to Oberlin’s Charter, all of which will be on the ballot in the...

Faculty Mental Health Initiative Trains Teachers to Better Support Students

Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor March 1, 2024

This year, Oberlin faculty can attend monthly workshops on supporting students’ mental health as part of the Faculty Mental Health Initiative. The initiative, which began last fall and will continue...

Part of North Professor Street has been closed recently due to construction for the Sustainable Infrastructure Program.

Construction Continues on SIP, Woodland Street Dorm

Lily Nobel, Production Editor March 1, 2024

Renovations to implement a new, eco-friendly geothermal energy system in campus buildings and construction of a new residential hall are continuing on North Campus.  The geothermal conversion project...

New Businesses Open in Oberlin

Rory Gielty and Sloane Dibari March 1, 2024

In recent months, several businesses have opened in Oberlin: Uptown Clothing & More, Oberlin Tobacco and Vape, Main Street Grille, and a new Dollar General. Uptown Clothing & More — which is...

World Headlines

Yasu Shinozaki and Layla Wallerstein March 1, 2024

Thousands Attend  São Paulo Rally in Support of Bolsonaro Tens of thousands of Brazilians attended a rally Sunday in São Paulo in support of former president Jair Bolsonaro, who is under investigation...

The MRC hosted the first monthly workshop to educate students on the passage of HB 68.

Oberlin Students, Administration Prepare For Enactment of House Bill 68, Other Anti-Trans Legislation

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor February 23, 2024

In a 23–9 vote Jan. 24, the Republican supermajority in the Ohio Senate voted to override Governor Mike DeWine’s Dec. 29 veto of House Bill 68, or the Enact Ohio Saving Adolescents from Experimentation...

City Council voted to approve the Comprehensive Plan at Tuesdays meeting.

Comprehensive Plan Passes, Provides Specific Steps to Meet City-Wide Goals

Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor February 23, 2024

On Tuesday, the Oberlin City Council approved the new Comprehensive Plan by a unanimous vote. The plan, which serves as a framework for policy and development in the City, was created in an almost yearlong...

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