Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Weekly COVID-19 Update

April 9, 2021

Lorain County Updates Lorain County reported 268 cases and 13 hospitalizations in the period from April 2 to April 8. In comparison, two weeks ago there were 248 cases for the period between March 25...

Security Notebook

April 9, 2021

Thursday, March 25, 2021 4:30 p.m. A student reported lost house and car keys, possibly in the area of West Lorain Street, and filed a property card. Friday, March 26, 2021 8:58 a.m. Campus Safety...

A student works on an assignment for Principles of Accounting — a course in the College’s new integrative Business concentration.

Business Concentration to Launch This Summer, Receives $2.5 Million in Donations

Victor Salcido and Ella Moxley April 7, 2021

Oberlin College is introducing an integrative Business concentration, which will launch this summer. First recommended in the One Oberlin report in 2019, the concentration has already attracted significant...

Rick Baldoz

Professor Rick Baldoz Discusses Anti-Asian Violence in Washington Post Op-ed

Jonas Nelson April 7, 2021

Editor’s Note: This interview contains mention of anti-Asian hate and violence. Following the series of shootings in Atlanta on March 16 that primarily targeted Asian women, Rick Baldoz, professor...

Students receive the Pfizer vaccine at The Lodge of New Russia Township on March 31.

College Loosens ObieSafe Measures as Vaccines Become Available

Gigi Ewing, News Editor April 2, 2021

Earlier today the College announced that it will open a vaccination clinic for students at Hales Gymnasium late next week. After almost two semesters of implementing a strict layered health strategy to...

Moody’s Upgrades the College’s Credit Rating to Stable

Katherine MacPhail, Editor-in-Chief April 2, 2021

Even amid the financial uncertainties that have come with the pandemic, Moody’s Investor Service recently upgraded Oberlin’s credit rating. The College was given a negative outlook on its credit rating...

Allyship Panel Discusses Anti-Asian Violence

Aaron Morales Dolich, Writer April 2, 2021

The College organized teach-ins and panel discussions this week to educate students on the rise in anti-Asian and anti-Asian American violence. The allyship programs came in the aftermath of the March...

Weekly COVID-19 Update

April 2, 2021

Lorain County Updates After weeks of hopeful news about declining COVID-19 caseloads, cases in Lorain County are on the rise once again. From March 25 to April 1, the county reported 248 cases and 17...

Security Notebook

April 2, 2021

Sunday, March 21, 2021 2:27 a.m. Campus Safety officers were requested to assist with a student ill from alcohol consumption at Harvey House. The student could not answer questions asked, and an ambulance...

Students will be moved from the South Campus dormitories to complete heating infrastructure projects this summer.

College Releases Summer Housing Plan, Requires In-Person Enrollment

After allowing students to enroll in classes remotely due to COVID-19 disruptions for the past two semesters, the College announced that it will require in-person enrollment for the summer semester. Additionally,...

“Go the Distance” is a new campaign launched by the Office of the Dean of Students to encourage students to continue social distancing through the coming months.

“Go the Distance” Campaign Encourages Students to Follow COVID Safety Measures

Anisa Curry Vietze, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2021

New ObieSafe posters and signage will appear around campus in the coming days as part of the College’s “Go the Distance” campaign. Administrators created the campaign to remind students of the need...

Security Notebook

March 19, 2021

12:16 a.m. Campus Safety officers were requested to assist with a student at South Hall who was ill from smoking marijuana. The student was transported to Mercy Allen Hospital for treatment. Friday,...

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