Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Birth Controlling?

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor April 13, 2012

When I first heard a rumor that members of the Northwestern University women’s lacrosse team — last year’s NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Champions — are required to be on birth control, I was infuriated...

Perfect Pitchers: Knight and King

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor April 6, 2012

It was quiet up there on the mound, lonely. No one said a thing. The drama could’ve been found on film, maybe, or in a real major league baseball stadium. Sure, the stakes were a little lower, the crowd...

88bikes founder Advocates for ‘Joy-Based Philanthropy’

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor April 6, 2012

In addition to True Fans, you recently published a book called The Road Trip Pilgrim’s Guide. What did “pilgrimage” mean to you on your cross-country bike trips, and what does it mean to what...

In the Locker Room: Alice Zicht and Lori Sako

Kirby Livingston April 6, 2012

How long has it been since the team was this successful? Lori Sako: This has been our best start to a season since 1995 or 1996. Alice Zicht: We’re making herstory. How have you dealt with the numerous...

To Nationals and Back: Molly Martorella

Quinn Hull, Staff Writer April 6, 2012

Rumor has it you had some “airplane trouble” on the way to the meet last Thursday. Yeah. They made us fly out of Cleveland even though there was no possible way to land in Memphis [because of inclement...

Spring Update: Slew of Successes

Quinn Hull and Madeline O'Meara April 6, 2012

Women’s Lacrosse The Yeowomen set the bar high as they began their spring season with the best start in program history, setting off an eight-game winning streak before losing to last year’s North...

Editorial: Athletes vs. Mathletes

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor March 16, 2012

Is it just me, or do all athletes at Oberlin seem to be science majors? As a Biology major and athlete, this is a question that has bothered me since I began noticing that many of the people lugging...

Women’s Softball Balances Wins and Losses in First Spring Tournament

Samantha Dudzinski, Staff Writer March 16, 2012

The Yeowomen started off their season with a four-game tournament at Centre College in Kentucky last weekend. The Yeowomen won two games against Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, while losing two more...

Men’s Baseball Closes Out CU Cardinals

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 16, 2012

Zach Jaspers is not a huge guy, listed at around 5 feet 7 inches and 150 pounds on the baseball roster. But on Sunday, the junior outfielder stood tall like a Yeoman, driving home the team’s seventh...

In the Locker Room: Virginia Covalt, Equipment Room Manager

Madeline O'Meara, Staff Writer March 16, 2012

How long have you been working for the equipment room? [It will be] 32 years this August. What originally brought you to Oberlin? Well, I used to work downtown in a restaurant. There was an old...

What’s up Sport? From Whom the Testosterone Tweets

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 9, 2012

Jose Canseco was rebuffed by and then banned from the Mexican Baseball League earlier this week for refusing to get tested for elevated testosterone levels. It ended a dream for Canseco, who at 47 still...

Despite this Week’s Losses, Women’s Tennis Maintains Winning Record

Phoebe Hammer, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

This week the women’s tennis team fell 5–4 in a close match against their regional rivals from Cleveland, 14th-ranked Case Western Reserve University. Tensions were high for the Yeowomen, ranked 19th...

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