Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

SLAC’s latest pamphlet and accompanying exhibit about Oberlin’s 2020 mass layoff was released this March.

Effective Organization Necessitates Call to Action

Emily Vaughan, Opinions Editor March 31, 2023

Earlier this month, the Oberlin Student Labor Action Coalition distributed a pamphlet around campus with information about the College’s layoff of 113 Campus Dining Services and custodial workers in...

The Title IX Office operates out of Room 204 in the Carnegie Building.

Title IX Office Must Ensure Support for Survivors Post Doe v. Oberlin

Cecily Miles, Columnist March 31, 2023

Doe v. Oberlin is in the news again. The most recent case was filed in 2020 by “John Doe,” a student at Oberlin College who was reported to the Title IX Office for sexual misconduct and who alleged...

Trump is arrested in an AI-generated image.

AI Images Further Contribute to Misinformation Crisis

Sahil Novetzke, Columnist March 31, 2023

Last week, news sources far and wide spread speculative stories about former President Trump’s potential arrest. Despite the former president’s indictment for criminal activity Thursday, the initial...

Decline of Local News Media Jeopardizes Communities

Editorial Board March 31, 2023

In recent years, the ubiquity of print news media has been waning. According to a 2021 report by the Pew Research Center, the combined circulation of print and digital newspapers has been declining relatively...

Oberlin School Spirit Complicated by Communal Faults, Uplifted by Intentional Celebration of Success

Editorial Board March 10, 2023

Attending Oberlin often means emphasizing everything that is wrong with the world. Our student body is a socially conscientious group of people, which is as much a feature of our generation as it is of...

Oberlin Financial Aid Must Cover Course-Specific Student Expenses

Cecily Miles, Columnist March 10, 2023

On its website, Oberlin College promises that it “meets 100 percent of demonstrated need for every student.” The College advertises the “expansive” nature of its academic program on its website...

Bags gather maple sap in Tappan Square.

Maple Crew Gives Students Seasonal Opportunity To Engage with Land, Community

Hanna Alwine, Opinions Editor March 10, 2023

Since coming to college, I have found it harder and harder to spend time outside. My days are packed. I run from activity to activity with barely enough time to do my laundry or eat breakfast, much less...

Oversharing, Excessive Openness About Mental Health Can Cause Stigmatization

Oversharing, Excessive Openness About Mental Health Can Cause Stigmatization

Selena Frantz, Columnist March 10, 2023

A few weeks ago, I had an interesting discussion with my parents, both of whom grew up during the 1980s and ’90s. I was telling them about a conversation I had with some people at a party around what...

Time Limits for Minors on TikTok Insufficient in Curbing Social Media Addiction

Sahil Novetzke, Columnist March 10, 2023

Since its creation roughly two decades ago, social media usage has proliferated at a rapid pace. This has prompted concerns about its negative health effects on minors. Studies have linked excessive use...

Opinions Editors Decide Everything

Emily Vaughan and Hanna Alwine March 10, 2023

We’re back with another installment of “Opinions Editors Decide Everything!” This time, we’re talking about everything centering spring break — from sun protection to pet photos, we’re leaving...

Hole in Barrows Wall Speaks to Cultural Differences within Communal Spaces

Sahil Novetzke, Columnist March 3, 2023

I live in Barrows Hall. It may not be the most luxurious, modern, or beautiful dorm, but it is still the place I’ve called home for about six months, and I’ve come to enjoy it. A week ago, someone...

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