Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Mubarak Vs. The Muslim Brotherhood: Pigeonholing the Debate

George Berry February 11, 2011

The discussion in the major American media sources concerning the protests in Egypt has been strange to watch. The Obama administration has certainly clouded the debate by taking contradictory positions...

Beyond Jon Stewart: Escaping Democratic Centrism And Finding a New Left

Shannon Ikebe February 11, 2011

“Why would you work with Marxists actively subverting our Constitution?” So rhetorically posed Jon Stewart at the “Rally to Restore Sanity” last October. As an activist of the Marxist persuation,...

Celebrating Latino/a Heritage Month

Lorri Olan December 11, 2009

To the Editors: Oberlin is a wonderful place to come of age. It attracts students and faculty with broad interests, strengths and gifts. Students grapple with issues of identity and purpose, explore...

OSCA Policy Addresses ResEd Housing Issues

The OSCA Board of Directors December 11, 2009

Last week the OSCA board passed a historic proposal affirming every student’s right to safe and comfortable housing. Transgender and gender-variant students who are having significant, unresolvable issues...

Famous for Being Famous: Considering the Celebutante

Alanna Bennett December 11, 2009

It all began with Paris Hilton. With her inception into the Celebutante Hall of Fame in the early 2000s, Paris and her fellow socialites opened a door, spawning a sort of movement among the celebrity-wannabes...

The Pull of Passivity: Reconsidering the Rationality of Religion

Monica Klein, Opinions Editor December 11, 2009

Religion is irrational. The religious adhere, after all, to unprovable theories that often stem from a fictional, outdated book. And yet those who scorn the religious are often oblivious to the literature...

Palestine 101: Problematic and Polarizing

Zach Lewis , Eliana Golding , and Shoshana Silverman December 11, 2009

To the Editors: Recently we attended Palestine 101. We write this as supporters of Israel and of a free Palestine. As potential allies, we are disappointed that the approach, content and language of...

The Review Ineffectively Addresses AMP

David R. Ashenhurst December 11, 2009

To the Editors: You could knock me over with a feather: The Oberlin News-Tribune, with far less time to put it together, actually presented the American Municipal Power Generating Station story better...

Students, Put Your Mouse Where Your Mouth Is

The Editorial Board December 11, 2009

We are Oberlin: Fearless, Tray-less, and now, Tomato-less. And because not enough people have voted on Student Senate’s Green Referendum, we are also quorum-less. It’s not especially surprising...

Student Senate Sends Updates

Student Senate December 11, 2009

Student Senate has been at work covering a wide array of issues this week, starting with a resolution to share its office space in Wilder 222 with the nascent Office of Student Communications, which should...

Glad We Had This Talk

Julia Chauvin December 11, 2009

Well, folks, welcome to finals. And this is a last-minute column to go ahead and parallel all of your last-minute papers and studying. But what do I have to tell you that you don’t already know? We’ve...

Musings from the World’s Youngest Curmudgeon: My City Is Better Than Oberlin

Alex Posa, Columnist December 11, 2009

It’s the last week of classes, and outside of the extreme stress of finals and term papers, the lack of a real reading period, and all these emails I’m getting from Barack Obama, I have nothing to...

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