Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Shoebox Donations Arrive on Campus

Dolores Brown February 9, 2024

Dear Editor, Generosity throughout Oberlin​​​​​​​ contributed to a successful shoebox gift collection season at drop-off locations for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas...

Oberlin recently moved Azariah’s Café to mobile-order only.

Homage to Cafés in Search of Third Places

Benhur Mosazghi Ghezehey February 9, 2024

The domestication of coffee is believed to have started in the Horn of Africa, although we still can not pinpoint the precise area and time where that craft began. Still, the plant’s historical prevalence...

A rock in Tappan Square displays the Palestinian flag.

Indifference to Palestine Exposes False Progressiveness at Oberlin

Zane Badawi February 9, 2024

In 1919, the sixth President of Oberlin College, Henry Churchill King, traveled to the Middle East at the request of President Woodrow Wilson. He and Charles Crane were tasked with surveying the population...

Oberlin Review Comic 2/9/2024

Oberlin Review Comic 2/9/2024

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator February 9, 2024

We Will Not Wait for the Next School Shooting

Andrew Sun and Alexander Denza January 24, 2024

Editors’ Note: The following article is a student-written op-ed signed by over 140 student leaders and meant to be published simultaneously across over 40 student newspapers. The breadth of this op-ed...

Oberlin College Should Divest Now from Israel

In the late 1970s, Oberlin College students organized a divestment campaign. The College had adopted a policy stating that it would not invest in companies that had 10 percent  or more of their worldwide...

Editorial Board Encourages Students to be Conscious of Holiday Spending

Editorial Board December 8, 2023

It is no secret that the Oberlin student body is politically active. One only has to walk around campus or listen in on a conversation in the morning Azariah’s Café line to realize that students care...

Burton Hall is a popular dorm for students.

Disorganization In Housing Process Contributes to Lack of Community

Daisha Bouknight December 8, 2023

As an incoming first-year, one of the main things about Oberlin that stuck out to me was their commitment to inclusivity and emphasis on community. On the front page of the Housing Selection section of...

Response to Open Letter from Oberlin’s Jewish Students: Jewish Americans Are Not Monolith

Micah Margolis, Letters To Editors December 8, 2023

An open letter was published three weeks ago from a group claiming to speak for Oberlin’s Jewish students in the title of their article (“Open Letter from Oberlin’s Jewish Students,” The Oberlin...

Response to Open Letter from Jewish Students

Edna Josell, Letters To Editors December 8, 2023

In response to the letter by seven Jewish students alleging to represent the entire Jewish student body of Oberlin, I would like to present a perspective that I am confident is held by far more. I will...

Open Letter from Obies for Israel

Marshall Engel, Chair, Obies for Israel December 8, 2023

We are Obies for Israel, a new Jewish group in the process of getting chartered at the College. We have a three-part mission. Firstly, we create a safe space for Oberlin students who care about Israel...

Oberlin Review Comic 12/8/2023

Oberlin Review Comic 12/8/2023

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator December 8, 2023

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