Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Op-Ed: Progessives Must Reject Conventional Politics

Shannon Ikebe May 13, 2011

It’s probably become too cliché to say that we are in a turbulent, troubled times. But we indeed are. Since I came to the Oberlin community nearly four years ago in the summer of 2007, the world has...

Letter: Student Senator Resigns

Savitri Sedlacek May 13, 2011

Dear Senators, As you may already know, I have decided to resign from Student Senate. It has been a pleasure to work with the student government and the Oberlin administration in different capacities...

Letter to the Editors: Athletic Department Dismisses Student Queries

Katie Baldonieri May 13, 2011

To the Editors: In my three years here at Oberlin College, I have come to not assume respect from my peers, professors or administration for the fact that I am part of the varsity softball program....

Ohio in 2012: How Obama Can Win (Again)

Leo Evans May 13, 2011

To the Editors: If we look back at the presidential elections going back decades, the significance of Ohio’s votes in the electoral college are among the most important. Look back four decades, and...

Letter to the Editors: Pop Music Contains Subtle Stereotypes

Krissy Welch and Anita Peebles May 13, 2011

To the Editors: During Gloria Steinem’s recent visit to campus, she reminded students that feminism is still alive and there is much work to be done to guarantee gender equality. This message struck...

Editorial: New Name, Same Section

The Editorial Board May 13, 2011

As some of our readers may have noticed, a few weeks ago The Oberlin Review rebranded our “Commentary” section with the moniker “Opinions.” Although the content of the section will remain the same,...

The End of an Era

The Editorial Board May 6, 2011

Last Sunday, President Obama announced to the world that Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the terrorist attacks of September 11, had been killed in an attack conducted by the United States. For...

Review Letter Contained Factual Falsities

Chip Williams May 6, 2011

To the Editors: The April 5 issue of the Review featured a letter by Owen Henry, “Student Challenges Free Speech Organization,” that contained a variety of non-truths (I’m assuming they weren’t...

Naked Jell-o Wrestling Bests Neon Lights Any Day

Matthew C May 6, 2011

I’ve been there: I was once a freshman hailing from one of the country’s cultural meccas, tired of marathon beer pong games and pointing my hands to whichever side of the room had more windows, as...

Erroneous Spelling Causes Confusion

David Greenberg May 6, 2011

To the Editors: I could not help but notice that the article on page five of your April 29 issue titled “Nueroscience Lecture Series Hosts David Anderson” kicks off with an awfully serious headline...

Student Finance Committee Sends Updates

To the Editors: The Student Finance Committee, in collaboration with the Office of the Student Treasurer, has completed Spring Budgeting and has sent budgets for the next fiscal year back to student...

All of the Lights, All of the Money

Richard McGuire May 6, 2011

Last weekend, hundreds of students eagerly lined up on North Quad for a one of a kind event. It was a rare sight to see students gathering at the Science Center on a Saturday night for a party. The...

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