Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

School of Jocks

Madeleine O'Meara, Sports Editor December 7, 2012

This past week, an article titled “End the Charade: Let Athletes Major in Sports” by David Pargman was published in the online edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education. Pargman, a professor emeritus...

Yeomen Bounce Back to Beat Hiram

Joe Graybeal December 7, 2012

Despite a late rally, the Yeomen were unable to come away with a victory against the Spartans of Case Western Reserve University last Saturday. It was a hard-fought contest in which the Yeomen starters...

Yeowomen Second, Yeomen Third in Home Invite

Kate Hanick, Staff Writer December 7, 2012

The Oberlin swim teams hosted Centre College and Ohio Wesleyan University this past weekend in a two-day invitational. The men finished in third and the women in second behind Centre College. The women...

OSCA Membership Poses Challenges for Student-Athletes

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer December 7, 2012

Chances are if you were to use the “co-op knock” in a pre–football game huddle to show your support for a particular play, your teammates would give you a puzzled look. Varsity athletes are noticeably...

AD Search Down to Final Four

Sarah Orbuch, Staff Writer December 7, 2012

The listening sessions have ended, and a new Delta Lodge Director of Athletics and Physical Education will be appointed soon. Each candidate had a two-day interview process, involving two forums: one open...

Next Stop, Nationals

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer November 16, 2012

As expected, the cross country teams turned out successful performances at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship Meet last weekend. Both the Yeomen and Yeowomen placed well, and the women earned an...

In the Locker Room with Christina Perez-Tineo and Andrew Hutson

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor November 16, 2012

What interested you in working in the training room? Andrew Hutson: Last year, I didn’t have a job on campus, and I ended up having a really good relationship with some of the trainers. One of them...

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Madeleine O'Meara, Sports Editor November 16, 2012

You might not think that the decision of who will be the next Athletics director of Oberlin College is important. A few months ago, I would have agreed with you. Right now, the Athletics department...

Winter Sports Preview: Men’s Basketball

Joe Graybeal November 16, 2012

As the Yeomen get set to tip off their season this Saturday at Hanover College in Indiana, expectations are high for this young squad. With only one senior and four juniors returning to the team, the first-year...

What is SAAC?

Jesse Kohler November 16, 2012

The Student Athletic Advisory Committee at Oberlin College goes largely unnoticed, but that doesn’t meant they are irrelevant. In fact, the committee is just one small branch of a powerful national organization....

Sophomore Jack Redell competes in the breaststroke during last weeks meet. The Yeomen lost to the Case Western Reserve University Spartans, bringing their record to 3-1.

Swimming and Diving Suffers First Defeat

Ian Adomeit, Staff Writer November 16, 2012

The swimming and diving team suffered its first defeat of the season as it fell to the Case Western Reserve University Spartans in the final round of the Greater Cleveland Championship at Carr Pool this...

Sophomore Christina Marquette earned the title of Conference Newcomer of the Year last season. Marquette can be expected to help lead the Yeowomens attack this year.

Winter Preview: Women’s Basketball

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer November 9, 2012

Under the skill and leadership of seniors and second-time captains Allison Anderson and Ellen Neumann, as well as the talent of dominant sophomore forward Christina Marquette, the Oberlin women’s basketball...

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