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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Oberlin Research Group Submits Consultancy Report to U.S. Department of State

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief May 5, 2023

Oberlin College students within the POLT 411 practicum, taught by Robert S. Danforth Professor of Politics Eve Sandberg, were recently able to submit a consultancy report to the State Department Bureau...

Commencement Celebrations Renewed With Week-Long Events

Ava Miller, News Editor May 5, 2023

For the first time since spring 2019, Oberlin College will hold a regular commencement celebration. In past years, events have been limited due to COVID-19. Leading up to the ceremony, there will be various...

Dhanya Ramji

Dhanya Ramji: President of the Oberlin Chapter of The Pad Project

Emily Alletzhauser May 5, 2023

Dhanya Ramji is a first-year College student who started a branch of The Pad Project after arriving at Oberlin last fall. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. What is The Pad...

The City bought land in Dec. 2022 for a new industrial park.

Industrial Development Along Route 20 Facilitated by City

Cal Ransom, News Editor May 5, 2023

In December 2022, Oberlin bought 211 acres of land from Pittsfield Township for $2.4 million for a new industrial park. According to City Council President Bryan Burgess, the current industrial park from...

World Headlines

Gautami Kunde May 5, 2023

Drone attacks over the Kremlin in Russia On Wednesday, two drones were shot down over the Kremlin, the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The attack has led to accusations by Russia claiming...

Upcoming Events

May 5, 2023

Friday, May 5 5 p.m.: ’Round Midnight A Cappella Spring Concert in Fairchild Chapel Join the folk and jazz a cappella group for their final concert of the year, performing songs arranged by members,...

OUI organizers pose during Undocuween.

OUI Navigates Rebuilding Group Identity and College Relations

Isaac Imas, Production Manager April 28, 2023

Obies for Undocumented Inclusion has grown its public presence in recent years through outward-facing events, some of which — like Immigrant Narratives Night and the El Centro Volunteer Initiative Art...

Letter from the Editors

Kushagra Kar, Nikki Keating, and Emma Benardete April 28, 2023

Since 1833, Oberlin has been a site of progressive thought and activist initiatives toward making a better world. Over time, the definition of progressivism has changed, along with the values of this place...

Oberlin students march out of Mudd.

Decade of Student Activism Preceded Oberlin’s Divestment from Apartheid-Era South Africa

Karthik Ranganadhan and Gautami Kunde April 28, 2023

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, college students across the country protested and demanded their colleges divest from companies that were doing business with South Africa due to ongoing apartheid.  This...

Candice Raynor

OTC: Candice Raynor Professor, Director and Faculty in Residence of the Afrikan Heritage House

Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2023

Candice Raynor is an Africana Studies professor at Oberlin College. Outside of her work in the department, she works within the Afrikan Heritage House with Black students on programming and other events...

College Implements Activism Monitoring Measures for Students, Faculty, Staff

Alexa Stevens, News Editor April 28, 2023

In the wake of Oberlin College v. Gibsons Bros., Inc., which began in 2016, College administrators have implemented a series of policies designed to monitor student, faculty, and staff activist endeavors....

Upcoming Events

April 28, 2023

Friday, April 28 7-9 p.m.: Edie Carey in Concert at Mill on Main Edie Carey, award-winning pop-folk singer and songwriter, is set to perform, per the event description, a “humor-filled” concert....

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