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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

A protest held in response to House Bill 68.

Can We Please Talk About House Bill 68?

LJ Katch March 8, 2024

On Jan. 24, The Ohio House of Representatives overturned Governor Mike DeWine’s veto on House Bill 68. This bill is an effective ban on all gender-affirming care for minors in Ohio, and bans minors living...

Open Letter to Fellow Black Students and Alumni

Nikki Keating and Isaiah Johnson March 8, 2024

On May 29, 1989, Audre Lorde used her opportunity as Oberlin College’s commencement speaker to rouse the graduating class into action on behalf of the Palestinian people. She urged them to protest and...

Oberlin Needs to Adhere to Its Mission Statement of Open, Vigorous Debate

Oliver Niehaus March 8, 2024

The controversy surrounding former Oberlin Women’s Lacrosse Coach Kim Russell, as detailed  in the New York Post and now many other outlets, has brought to the fore a pressing issue: the challenge of...

Oberlin Review Comic 3/8/2024

Oberlin Review Comic 3/8/2024

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator March 8, 2024

Ongoing construction is changing key campus features.

Shifts in Oberlin Campus Life Disorient Students

Celeste Wicks, Columnist March 1, 2024

I can’t help but feel wind-whipped by a hurricane of changes to life at Oberlin over the last few years. I believe our administrators care about our quality of life. Yet after every new reform I am left...

Oberlin Review Comic 03/01/2024

Oberlin Review Comic 03/01/2024

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator March 1, 2024

New Communication Major Provides Practical, Interdisciplinary Skills

Avery Russell, Columnist March 1, 2024

In the second semester of my freshman year, my Politics professor highly suggested my class attend a Writing and Communication major interest event at The ’Sco. At the time, Oberlin only offered Writing...

American Should Reject Business-as-Usual Attitude During Wartime

Indigo Stephens March 1, 2024

The American wakes up in a bed, in a house they live in, with clean water and heating. They curse their alarm clock, the wrinkles in their clothes, and their unruly hair. A child in Gaza dies of starvation....

Student Reflects on White American Feminism

Nimala Sivakumar, Production Editor March 1, 2024

My introduction to feminism started with the suffragettes, but was underlined with the history of my family. My grandmother, who I was very close with, was illiterate her entire life and  was never afforded...

Student Health Fails to Meet Students’ Needs

Lucas Ritchie-Shatz March 1, 2024

Throughout my three years at Oberlin, I can confidently say that I have never had a positive experience with Oberlin Student Health or Counseling & Psychological Services. In no way do I blame any...

Understanding Israel–Palestine Conflict Requires Historical Perspective

Halima Ahmed March 1, 2024

In order to understand the events that unfolded Oct. 7, it is essential to understand the history between the Palestinian people and Israeli settlers. Following Hitler’s rise to power, more than 130,000...

Ukraine Should Not be Forgotten

Zachary Stout February 23, 2024

The war in Ukraine continues and should not be forgotten as other world events decrease international focus on it. It seems to have lost focus, attention, and support from government leadership, international...

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