Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Comic: Heatstroke

Comic: Heatstroke

Danny Valero, Illustrator June 25, 2021

Comic: Free From Disease

Comic: Free From Disease

Clair Wang, Illustrator June 19, 2021

Eulogy for the Trees

Reverend Dr. Brian K. Wilbert June 18, 2021

Editor’s note: This article is part of a larger conversation about the College’s four-year sustainable energy project. Read the Review’s reported coverage here.  In my vocation as an Episcopal...

We Can’t Take the Allen For Granted

Sydney Rosensaft, Senior Staff Writer June 18, 2021

The Allen Memorial Art Museum is home to a large collection of artwork by pre-modern and contemporary artists and serves as a prominent landmark on Oberlin’s campus. Yet Oberlin students are often too...

High Administrative Turnover in The Division of Student Life Is Cause For Concern

Editorial Board June 11, 2021

Like all institutions of higher education, Oberlin has a plethora of different offices and organizational structures with many people working behind the scenes to keep our lives — both personal and academic...

Comic: A Peaceful Stroll

Comic: A Peaceful Stroll

Danny Valero, Illustrator June 11, 2021

I Wanted to Study Abroad, They Couldn’t Accommodate My Disability

Liam St. John June 11, 2021

When I got accepted into a study abroad program last year, I was excited to leave the United States. In this program, I would spend a full academic year overseas with an internship in between semesters....

A Bit of Credit to Oberlin College

Reginald Goudeau, Columnist June 11, 2021

My column has admittedly not painted Oberlin College in the most favorable light. Whether writing about mental health, my former work on Student Senate, or my general experience here, I have rarely pulled...

As College Students, Where Do We Belong?

Sydney Rosensaft, Senior Staff Writer June 11, 2021

After a year of living in a dorm room, you start to consider it a home. Moving off-campus for a summer — or a semester, depending on which class you are in — feels like leaving that home for good....

What is the True Cost of Campus Dining?

Desmond Hearne Morrey, Columnist June 11, 2021

It’s no secret that campus dining at Oberlin College has changed a lot over the past few years. It’s easy to get frustrated with the downsizing of the Oberlin co-ops, the often inconsistent quality...

Comic: Pride Month Shakedown

Comic: Pride Month Shakedown

Danny Valero, Illustrator June 4, 2021

Pride Month Begins, Celebrations Absent in Oberlin

Editorial Board June 4, 2021

For the first time in the College’s history, students are studying during a summer semester, making this a momentous first as we celebrate Pride Month on campus. We are, however, four days into June,...

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