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Security Report

November 18
Filed under NEWS, Recent Stories, Security Report

Security Advisory An unknown suspect vandalized a faculty member’s house early yesterday morning. According to the Chronicle-Telegram, the call to police came in around 3:40 a.m. President Marvin Krislov and various deans sent an email to the student body warning students of the issue, and said th...

Off the Cuff: Todd Baker, OC ’90, Medical Association CEO

Off the Cuff: Todd Baker, OC ’90, Medical Association CEO

Oliver Bok, News Editor
November 18
Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

Todd Baker, OC ’90, was recently named CEO of the Ohio State Medical Association after working as co-CEO of the organization since 2014. The Ohio State Medical Association lobbies for Ohio doctors in Columbus and helps them cope with changes in the medical industry. Prior to working as co-CEO, Bak...

Election Day Rattles Oberlin with Trump Election

Election Day Rattles Oberlin with Trump Election

Louis Krauss, News Editor
November 11
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Waves of fear and shock spread across campus Tuesday night as an unlikely reality set in: Donald Trump is going to be America’s next president. More than 300 students attended the ‘Sco’s election watch party, many of whom sat in tearful silence with head in hands as Trump won every crucial batt...

Students Call for Gibson’s Bakery Boycott

Students Call for Gibson’s Bakery Boycott

Tyler Sloan, Editor-in-Chief and Oliver Bok, News Editor
November 11
Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS, Recent Stories

Update: Since this article was originally written, President Marvin Krislov and Dean of Students and Vice President Meredith Raimondo have issued an official response to Student Senate's resolution ceasing all support for Gibson's Bakery, financial and otherwise. The text of the response can be found here. C...

Republicans Dominate Down the Ticket in Ohio

Jack Brewster, Staff Writer
November 11
Filed under Community News, NEWS

Donald Trump overwhelmingly won Ohio and edged out Hillary Clinton in Lorain County, but he was not the only Republican candidate in the state and county to claim victory on Tuesday. Senator Rob Portman and Representative Jim Jordan, both Republicans, were re-elected to the Senate and the House of Rep...

County Rejects Tax Levy for Rehab Facilities

County Rejects Tax Levy for Rehab Facilities

Sydney Allen, Production Editor
November 11
Filed under Community News, NEWS

Widespread opioid abuse has plagued Lorain County in recent years, but voters still rejected a measure to fund a single rehabilitation facility in a county that has zero on Tuesday. Issue 35, the proposed tax levy, would have designated money for the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board of Lorai...

Off the Cuff: Professors Shelly Lee and Gina Pérez

Off the Cuff: Professors Shelly Lee and Gina Pérez

Oliver Bok, News Editor
November 11
Filed under NEWS, Off the Cuff

Professors of Comparative American Studies Shelley Lee and Gina Pérez held a teach-in on immigration, education policy and the rights and opportunities afforded to undocumented students Monday. The event took place as part of UndocuWeek 2016, a series of events sponsored by Obies for Undocumented ...

Security Report

November 11
Filed under NEWS, Security Report

Thursday, Nov. 3 8:45 a.m. Staff reported graffiti in black marker in a restroom on the first floor of Wilder Hall. A work order was filed for removal. Friday, Nov. 4 12:04 p.m. Safety and Security officers and members of the Oberlin Fire Department responded to a fire alarm on the second flo...

College to Reduce Assistant Positions

College to Reduce Assistant Positions

Oliver Bok, News Editor
November 4
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS, Recent Stories

At the end of 2016, 32 administrative assistants who took a buyout will no longer work for the College — and no one, including the administrative assistants themselves, is completely certain of what will happen next. According to the Oberlin College Office and Professional Employees Vice President and In...

College Goes Global with Online Courses

College Goes Global with Online Courses

Melissa Harris, Production Editor
November 4
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS, Recent Stories

The College is going digital and entering the world of online education as part of a bid to raise revenue, increase research opportunities for faculty and heighten international exposure. The College will partner with Pioneer Academics to provide online college-level educational programs and resear...

Faculty, Students Select Search Committee Finalists

Louis Krauss, News Editor
November 4
Filed under Campus News, Features, NEWS, Recent Stories

Following a slew of elections and interviews, the top three candidates for each of the five remaining spots on the Presidential Search Committee have been chosen. This committee, tasked with finding Oberlin’s next president, gives one representative spot each to students, College faculty, Conservatory ...

Hillard Brings Decades of Experience to Manager Post

Lucy Haskell
November 4
Filed under Community News, Features, NEWS, Recent Stories

After almost 10 months and two rounds of recruitment, City Council unanimously approved the appointment of Rob Hillard as Oberlin city manager last Thursday. Pending contract negotiations, Mr. Hill- ard will come to Oberlin with more than two decades of experience in local govern- ment in Allegan, M...

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