Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

High Administrative Turnover in The Division of Student Life Is Cause For Concern

Editorial Board June 11, 2021

Like all institutions of higher education, Oberlin has a plethora of different offices and organizational structures with many people working behind the scenes to keep our lives — both personal and academic...

Comic: A Peaceful Stroll

Comic: A Peaceful Stroll

Danny Valero, Illustrator June 11, 2021

I Wanted to Study Abroad, They Couldn’t Accommodate My Disability

Liam St. John June 11, 2021

When I got accepted into a study abroad program last year, I was excited to leave the United States. In this program, I would spend a full academic year overseas with an internship in between semesters....

A Bit of Credit to Oberlin College

Reginald Goudeau, Columnist June 11, 2021

My column has admittedly not painted Oberlin College in the most favorable light. Whether writing about mental health, my former work on Student Senate, or my general experience here, I have rarely pulled...

As College Students, Where Do We Belong?

Sydney Rosensaft, Senior Staff Writer June 11, 2021

After a year of living in a dorm room, you start to consider it a home. Moving off-campus for a summer — or a semester, depending on which class you are in — feels like leaving that home for good....

What is the True Cost of Campus Dining?

Desmond Hearne Morrey, Columnist June 11, 2021

It’s no secret that campus dining at Oberlin College has changed a lot over the past few years. It’s easy to get frustrated with the downsizing of the Oberlin co-ops, the often inconsistent quality...

Comic: Pride Month Shakedown

Comic: Pride Month Shakedown

Danny Valero, Illustrator June 4, 2021

Pride Month Begins, Celebrations Absent in Oberlin

Editorial Board June 4, 2021

For the first time in the College’s history, students are studying during a summer semester, making this a momentous first as we celebrate Pride Month on campus. We are, however, four days into June,...

Emerging from the Pandemic

Desmond Hearne Morrey, Columnist June 4, 2021

Something that my aunt told me on the journey to Oberlin for the summer semester is that there is a difference between simply being okay and working hard to be okay. I’m a second-year here at Oberlin,...

The matryoshka doll typically depicts white peasant women and their families which epitomizes a falsified image of Russian culture as essentially white or socially conservative in nature.

Moving beyond Matryoshki: Supporting LGBTQ+ and BIPOC Students in the Russian Department

Annika Krafcik, OC ’20 June 4, 2021

Editor’s note: This author graduated from Oberlin in May 2020 and helped organize the Russian Symposium student workshop, which took place on April 17, 2021. This article addresses homophobia, transphobia,...

Securing Palestinian Rights Without the Cost of Anti-Semitism

Havi Carrillo-Klein June 4, 2021

Scrolling through Instagram these past few weeks, my feed filled up with photographs and infographics on what was happening in Israel. With words like Sheikh Jarrah. Al-Aqsa Mosque. Jerusalem. Zionism....

The Violation of Human Rights is Not Complicated

Maya Pearl June 4, 2021

At roughly 2 a.m. on May 21, a truce between Israel and Hamas came into effect after 11 days of fighting. The death toll was striking — at least 242 people were killed in Gaza and 13 people in Israel....

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