Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Senior Laura Jessee jumps for a spike during a recent match. Jessee earned All-Conference honors this season, finishing with 1,054 career kills.

Yeowomen Battle in Conference Playoffs

Ian Adomeit, Staff Writer November 9, 2012

The women’s volleyball team finished its season with a 10–18 overall record this past weekend in the North Coast Athletic Conference playoffs in Springfield, Ohio.   In the first...

Cross country seniors Caroline Martin and Daniel Johnson

In the Locker Room with Daniel Johnson and Caroline Martin

Nora Ryan November 9, 2012

A lot of people think of cross country as an individual sport. How much of your performance is contingent on personal motivation versus being part of the team? Caroline Martin: I think it’s a mixture...

The Yeomen celebrate their historic victory over Number 10 Wabash University this past weekend. Oberlin defeated the Little Giants 31-16 in a classic David and Goliath upset.

Yeomen Crush No. 10 Little Giants in Big Win

Sarah Orbuch November 9, 2012

This past Friday, the Oberlin football team took the long bus ride to Crawfordsville, IN, to play Wabash University. The Little Giants were ranked No. 10 in the country in Division III football. Oberlin...

Editorial: Trans Inclusion Policy Marks Progress in Oberlin Athletics

Emily Clarke November 9, 2012

Even at a progressive school like Oberlin, trans athletes must navigate an unsupportive, invasive and alienating web of obstacles in order to participate in sports at the club or varsity level. To the...

Hockey on Hold

Phoebe Hammer, Sports Editor November 2, 2012

The only rumors I’d heard about Canadians before my trip to Toronto this fall break were that they said “eh” and loved hockey. Immediately after crossing the border, I realized that at least one...

Yeowomen Make History at NCACs

Hudson Kuras November 2, 2012

It was business as usual for the women’s cross country team, leveling its North Coast Athletic Conference opponents in the championship meet this past Saturday. This is the fourth consecutive year that...

In the Locker Room with Xenna Goh and Sybil Levine

Madeleine O'Meara, Sports Editor November 2, 2012

When and why did you start playing rugby? Sybil Levine: I started playing rugby my fall semester junior year. I was looking for a new group of people to work out with and hang out with. I was looking...

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Sarah Orbuch and Nora Ryan November 2, 2012

The Yeomen football team shut out the Hiram College Terriers 39–0 with a relentless performance last Saturday night. The team, kept the Terriers scoreless and accomplished its goal of limiting the...

SAAC Hosts Special Olympics Swim Meet

Jesse Kohler November 2, 2012

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) sponsored a swim meet for Special Olympics in Philips Gym on Saturday, Oct. 13. Almost 50 children from the surrounding community competed in several events....

Loathing the Lords

Madeleine O'Meara October 12, 2012

My hatred for Kenyon College began before I even decided to apply to Oberlin. My first college interview was with Kenyon, and I absolutely bombed it, effectively leaving a bitter taste in my mouth whenever...

Manti Sweep Home Tournament 7-0

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer October 12, 2012

After a long weekend of running in the rain and diving in the mud, the women’s Ultimate Frisbee team, the Preying Manti, established its place as a force to be reckoned with in the Ultimate world this...

Women’s Soccer Looks for Win on Senior Day

Joe Graybeal October 12, 2012

The women’s soccer team traveled to Kenyon College this weekend for its second conference match of the season. While the Yeowomen played a competitive match from start to finish, the Ladies of Kenyon...

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