Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

How do you feel about the length of Thanksgiving Break?

Hanna Alwine and Ella Powell November 17, 2023

The sidewalks are covered in fallen leaves, and it’s getting dark at 5 p.m.  The last few weeks of the semester are just around the bend. As Oberlin students prepare for the final break of the semester, ...

Reviving the Spirit of Unity: The Return of Kosher Halal Co-op

Letter to Editors November 17, 2023

Dear Oberlin Community, We, the alumni of the Kosher Halal Co-op, are thrilled to announce that our beloved co-op is likely to return in Winter Term 2024. This news is not just a victory for us, but...

Oberlin Review Comic 11/17/2023

Oberlin Review Comic 11/17/2023

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator November 17, 2023

Slacktivism: What Instagram Activism Does, Doesn’t Do

Lyric Anderson, Conservatory Editor November 14, 2023

This article was published in the Review Opinions section on Nov. 10, 2023 under the headline: “Slacktivism: What Instagram Activism Does, Doesn’t Do.” It states that “news sources retracted headlines...

Oberlin Is What You Make Of It

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor November 10, 2023

The day that Oberlin Early Decision II results came, I overslept.  While it was my second choice school, I knew in my heart that it was the right choice for me. So my logic was that, by purposefully...

Rampant Misinformation Necessitates Critical Media Consumption

Editorial Board November 10, 2023

The Oberlin Review, as the newspaper of record for both the town and the College, is responsible for keeping its readers up to date on both local and global issues. Our staff spends every week communicating...

Many GSFS classes are taught in King.

Privilege Must Be Acknowledged Within Gender, Sexuality, Feminist Studies Classes

Avery Russell November 10, 2023

One of the reasons I was attracted to Oberlin was its Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies major. I appreciated that I’d be able to explore my interest in gender studies, and valued the interdisciplinary...

Challenging Opinions Important for Productive Discourse

Ella Powell, Opinions Editor November 10, 2023

In today’s culture, openly sharing opinions seems to have become more and more intimidating. This conflict is seen primarily when discussing hot-button issues. When it comes to specific topics, it can...

Students hang out in Conservatory Lounge.

Random Interactions Crucial to Community Building

Muhsen Al-Dajani November 10, 2023

I believe that I am inordinately adept at social interactions, and I enjoy when I get to stretch my proverbial legs within a conversation. I spent a good amount of time in middle school just trying to...

Oberlin Review Comic 11/10/2023

Oberlin Review Comic 11/10/2023

Molly Chapin, Layout Manager and Illustrator November 10, 2023

Rhetoric Against Ohio Issue 1 Inflammatory

Selena Frantz November 3, 2023

On Nov. 7, Ohioans will be voting on one of the most controversial elections we’ve had within the past 10 years. While there are other district-to-district matters on the ballot, the two issues receiving...

Signs encourage voters to vote yes on Issue 1 this November.

Vote to Protect Abortion Rights, Legalize Marijuana, Prevent Gerrymandering

Editorial Board November 3, 2023

The Editorial Board strongly encourages people to vote Yes on Issue 1 and 2 and No on Issue 20. Issue 1, the Right to Make Reproductive Decisions Including Abortion Initiative, involves protecting all...

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