Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Yeo Baby! Women Place Second, Men Fifth at Track and Field Conference Championships

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

The track and field team got the opportunity to flex their proverbial quads and biceps this weekend at the Indoor North Coast Athletic Conference Championship meet at Wabash College, proving why they are...

Newcomer of the Year: Christina Marquette

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 9, 2012

On when she found out about winning the award: We’d just finished our post-season meetings with Coach [Kerry Jenkins], like our individual meetings. He called me and was, like, “Oh, you won this.”...

In the Locker Room: Alex Guo

Samantha Dudzinski, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

What’s the best part about being on the track and field team? I would say the conference meet, because you get there and you’ve trained with these people the whole season. The amazing things...

Equal Opportunity Horses: The Equestrian Club

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer March 9, 2012

One mile north of downtown Oberlin lies a ranch that is valued by a select group of students. It’s called “Equine Differences,” and it’s home to the Oberlin College equestrian team. When the...

Club Sports Report: Birdies Make a Comeback

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor March 2, 2012

This is a badminton point, Oberlin-style: Stillness on both sides of the net is followed by a banked, low-arcing serve, a return volley and then an anxious rally of swinging racquets and a flying birdie,...

Baseball Season Preview: Young Yeomen Aim High

Phoebe Hammer March 2, 2012

The men’s baseball team is headed to Chillicothe, Ohio, to play Case Western Reserve University this weekend for its first game of the season. After a long preseason that included coming back to campus...

In the Locker Room: Ariel Lewis

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor March 2, 2012

Lewis, the senior matriarch of Yeowomen tennis, has started her final season emphatically by winning four of her first five contests. She sits down with the Review to share a little of her strategic...

Yeomen Build Momentum with Dismantling of Mount Union

James Kriz March 2, 2012

The men’s tennis team gave the University of Mount Union a reality check on Feb. 29 in Alliance, Ohio, earning a decisive 2–7 victory in the match. The Yeomen entered the contest with a 3–4 record,...

ObieRun Facilitates Low-Key Fitness

Molly Bloom March 2, 2012

“Are you an amateur runner? Are you hoping to train for a 5k, 10k, half-marathon or a full marathon? Are you planning to run in the Cleveland Marathon event? Are you a fast runner? Slow runner? Are you...

In the Locker Room with Sam Towne and Joe Leffler

Madeline O'Meara, Sports Editor February 24, 2012

How did you decide to play tennis at Oberlin? ST: For me, my high school didn’t have a tennis team, so I had never really played competitively, but I took lessons and always enjoyed playing and enjoyed...

Breakdown in Berea: Track Team Shows its Tenacity

Rose Stoloff February 24, 2012

The men’s and women’s track and field teams were in high spirits this past Friday, Feb. 17 at the Greater Cleveland College Championships in Berea, OH, where they boasted 10 wins and two Athlete of...

Junior Andrew Fox goes in for a basket against Wabash College.

Senior Day Spoiled by Giants

Samantha Dudzinski February 24, 2012

Philips Gymnasium was packed last Saturday, Feb. 18, for the Yeomen basketball team's last game of the season against Wabash College. The celebration of Senior Day and First Year Appreciation Day added...

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