Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

We Must Work to Destigmatize Conversations About Sexual Violence

Jenna Frizzell January 14, 2022

Over the past few years, discussions of sexual violence have been prominent on college campuses nationwide. From anonymous message boards to everyday conversations in the classroom and on the field, Oberlin...

Oberlin’s Transportation to Cleveland: False Advertising 101

Emma Sullivan January 14, 2022

It feels like it was just yesterday that I was agonizing over which college to attend — sifting through brochures and scrolling through websites, attending virtual events, and making detailed pro and...

Comic: New Years Resolution

Comic: New Year’s Resolution

Clair Wang, Illustrator January 7, 2022

Professional Journalists Use Student Newspapers to Fuel Outrage Economy

Kayla Kim, Production Editor January 7, 2022

On Dec. 10, one week before Solarity, I wrote an article about how to make concerts safer and more accessible for students. Soon after, I was trending in right-wing communities as hundreds of commenters...

An Oberlin Education Creates Lifelong Learners

Donn Ginoza, OC ’74 January 7, 2022

A recent survey of alumni attempted to gauge consensus around what might be referred to as shared values — attributes we are known for that make us proud. There was one option that I was not surprised...

Ode to OSCA From the Formerly Food Insecure

Celeste Wicks January 7, 2022

When registering for OSCA’s meal plan, I was offered checkable boxes for communicating my food needs: Eating Disorder? Nope. Allergies? Nope. Veganism? Yeah, no. I looked for a box entitled “Food insecurity.” When...

Assessing the Five-Day Quarantine Guideline

Maya Pearl January 7, 2022

For the duration of the pandemic, the Oberlin College community has maintained relatively low infection rates. However, the situation has changed in the last few weeks, marked especially by President Carmen...

Faculty Salaries and Healthcare: Strategic Indicators of Success

January 7, 2022

Editor’s note: This is the text of a motion that faculty brought to the Wednesday General Faculty meeting. The faculty voted 82 percent to approve the motion, which will now go to President Carmen Twillie...

Responsible Journalism Does Not Censor Community Voices

Ella Moxley, News Editor December 18, 2021

Two weeks ago, several editors at the Review, myself included, made the choice to publish an interview with Lorain County Republican Chairman David Arredondo. Sam Beesley’s article “Arredondo Interview...

Presidential Initiative Model For Administrator, Student Collaboration

In summer 2020, President Carmen Twillie Ambar announced a Presidential Initiative on Racial Equity and Diversity that “seeks to address issues of violence, police-community relationships, and...

Comic: A Perfect Storm

Comic: A Perfect Storm

Holly Yelton, Illustrator December 17, 2021

The Counseling Center’s Website Needs Immediate Improvement

Celeste Wicks December 17, 2021

I was poking around for cheap therapy options. This was a big step. Since, like many students, I don’t have in-state insurance, a car, or a trust fund, private practice is out of my budget. I...

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