Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Parents and Alums Express Demands to Address Antisemitism on Campus

December 1, 2023

We, as parents and alumni, are writing to express our deep concern over recent incidents on Oberlin’s campus that have created a hostile climate not only toward Israel, but toward the  Jewish people...

Invisible Disabilities Should Be Treated with More Respect

Ophelia Jackson December 1, 2023

I don’t remember the first time my mom asked me to repeat myself. Even as the incidents increased over time, they were never too many to ignore. Surely we owe each other some grace, after all, in the...

Oberlin Neutrality on Israel–Palestine is Ineffective

Cecily Miles, Columnist December 1, 2023

During a student protest three weeks ago in response to Oberlin’s tepid statements of compassion and neutrality in light of the ongoing Israel–Palestine conflict and the College’s ongoing entanglement...

Miss Universe Sheynnis Palacios Exposes Central American Injustices

Marta Reyes December 1, 2023

The 72nd Miss Universe was hosted Nov. 18 in the Central American country of El Salvador. The crown came down to the final two, Miss Nicaragua and Miss Thailand. Despite all odds, Miss Nicaragua, Sheynnis...

Winter Term Rules Prohibiting Compensation Disadvantage Low-Income Students

Jyothi Rao November 17, 2023

Oberlin College’s Winter Term requirements overlook the needs of students who need to work during these weeks to pay for college. It’s no secret that Oberlin, being an elite private college, comes...

Open Letter from Oberlin’s Jewish Students

We are Jewish students writing to intervene in the discourse that has taken hold of both our global and local collective political consciousness over the last month. We are the grandchildren of survivors...

The Chronicle-Telegram faces backlash from local community members.

In the Face of Intimidation, the Work of Local Journalists Persists

Ava Miller, News Editor November 17, 2023

I can’t imagine Lorain County, or anywhere for that matter, without a newspaper. This past election cycle would not have been the same without the work of the Chronicle Telegram and The Oberlin Review....

When Oberlin Had a Kosher Pakistani Restaurant

Hassan Bin Fahim, OC ’18 November 17, 2023

As an unsuspecting international student from Pakistan, landing in Oberlin was a culture shock in more ways than one. Little did I know that my culinary journey would take an unexpected turn, leading me...

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...

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