Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Sports Editors Announce Takeover of Review

Sports Editors Announce Takeover of Review

John Elrod, Sports Editor April 7, 2023

Throughout history, people have cared about sports more than anything else, and there are many examples that prove this. The most famous thing from ancient Rome? The Colosseum, a sports stadium. The current...

Football Continues to Undergo Major Program Changes

Celia Perks, Senior Staff Writer April 7, 2023

In the past few years, numerous teams within the Athletics department such as tennis, softball, and swimming and diving have undergone major program changes and introduced new head or assistant coaches....

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark competed in the March Madness women’s championship game.

Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese Drama Taken Out Of Proportion

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 7, 2023

If you’re just learning the names Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese after last weekend, you’re not alone. The 2023 March Madness women’s final game received national attention — 12.6 million viewers...

Audrey Koren looks to make a shot.

Women’s Lacrosse Defeats Baldwin Wallace

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 7, 2023

This Wednesday, women’s lacrosse played against Baldwin Wallace University in its last game before conference play, battling through inclement weather to secure a 15–5 victory. Oberlin shined on offense...

The Oberlin Rock Wall offers fun and recreation.

Oberlin Rock Wall Supports Thriving Club

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer April 7, 2023

ExCo courses and club activities have been hallmarks of Oberlin, standing as prototypical examples of the College’s selection of unique educational and extracurricular opportunities. Obies have the liberty...

In the Locker Room with Aidan Loh & Abbie Patchen, Co-Chairs of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee

James Foster, Sports Editor April 7, 2023

Aidan Loh and Abbie Patchen are this yearʼs co-chairs for the Student- Athlete Advisory Committee. Patchen, a third-year Law and Society major and player on the womenʼs lacrosse team, has been co-chair...

The Yeomen took their first trip to Arizona since 2019.

Baseball, Softball Find Success During Spring Break Trips

John Elrod, Sports Editor March 31, 2023

Oberlin’s diamond sports teams traveled to warm climates for spring break for a week full of games. The baseball team headed to Tucson, AZ, while the softball team went to Clermont, FL. Both teams...

Michigan State’s Malik Hall competes in a game against Kansas State.

Transfer Portal, Extra Eligibility Contributes to Unprecedented Results in March Madness

James Foster, Sports Editor March 31, 2023

There has been an interesting trend in college athletics since the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to 2020, teams were typically composed of players aged 18–23, and many of the older athletes were fourth-years....

Opening Day for MLB occurred yesterday.

Youthful Cleveland Guardians Set for Another Successful Season

John Elrod, Sports Editor March 31, 2023

The Cleveland Guardians started their season last night on the road against the Seattle Mariners. The team is coming off a stellar 2022 season in which it won the American League Central and a series in...

Twitter Breaks Barriers For Sports Journalists

Twitter Breaks Barriers For Sports Journalists

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor March 31, 2023

One year ago, I watched softball for the first time during the Women’s College World Series. Although I was not previously familiar with the structure or culture, I was able to learn about the importance...

Allen began playing basketball his fourth-year thanks to a connection.

In the Locker Room with Chris Allen Jr., Football Captain Turned Basketball Guard

Ben Ephraim March 31, 2023

“My football career was done, so I just took advantage of it, and thankfully it worked out pretty well,” Chris Allen Jr. said when talking about joining the basketball team at Oberlin. Allen...

“Together We Rise” jersey signify DEI work within the athletic department.

Teams Use Warm Up Shirts to Raise Awareness for Social Causes

Celia Perks, Senior Staff Writer March 10, 2023

Editors’ note: This article contains mention of gun violence. Many high school, college, and major league sports teams have utilized shirts and other items to show support for certain causes. Whether...

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