Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Young is Better

James Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief September 16, 2011

As the adrenaline rush of returning to Oberlin slowly transforms into the sad realization that we are back in Oberlin, one sliver of happiness remains for those of us seeking relief in the form of man-on-man...

Men’s Soccer Posts Shutouts for First Two Wins

James Kriz, Staff Writer September 16, 2011

After opening the season with several tough outings, the men’s soccer team has found its stride, illustrated by the back-to-back victories secured this week. On Saturday the Yeomen traveled to Ada,...

Volleyball Shows Progress Despite Injuries

Robert Hull September 16, 2011

The Oberlin volleyball team continued to show that they can be competitive with anyone on the court, playing tightly fought matches at the Marcia French Invitation at Case Western Reserve University and...

New Leader Brings New Attitude to Athletic Department

Ariel Lewis, Sports Editor September 16, 2011

The 2010-2011 athletic year saw Oberlin teams reach new heights, and College administrators have matched that success over the past several months. William Roth was hired as the new Delta Lodge Director...

Yeomen and Yeowomen Alike Receive Conference Accolades

John Crittenden, Staff Writer May 13, 2011

With spring sports at a close, the North Coast Athletic Conference recently honored numerous Yeomen and Yeowomen for their exemplary play. In women's tennis, junior Ariel Lewis received her third...

William Roth, Oberlin’s New Athletic Director

Chris Landers May 13, 2011

What attracted you to Oberlin rather than a more high-profile position? I really loved that the administration wanted to improve: They legitimately wanted to get better. There was a tight-knit community....

Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Advances to Nationals

James Blankenship, Sports Editor May 13, 2011

As the spring sun coaxes white trilliums into bloom and varsity sports wrap up their seasons, one Oberlin team is rejoicing in the patience that ultimately led it back to Nationals. The women’s ultimate...

Men and Women Finish Strong as Oberlin Hosts Conference Meet

Alen Cisija, Staff Writer May 13, 2011

Playing host to the North Coast Athletic Conference championships over the weekend, the women’s and men’s track and field teams overcame rainy weather and multiple delays to finish second and third...

Texas Excess Highlights National Concern

Chris Landers, Sports Editor May 6, 2011

There’s a scene in the first season of Friday Night Lights in which Dillon High Panthers’ head football coach Eric Taylor is reprimanding Buddy Garrity, a big-money and big-haired booster for the team,...

In the Locker Room: Rob Bond

James Kriz, Staff Writer May 6, 2011

In what ways have you grown from playing four years of Oberlin lacrosse? I have learned how to discipline myself — to put in the time and work to have success.That lesson has extended to all aspects...

Men’s Lacrosse Finishes Best Season in 16 Years

Alen Cisija, Staff Writer May 6, 2011

Coming off of a five-win 2010 campaign and an offseason that featured a head coaching change, expectations for Oberlin men’s lacrosse weren’t necessarily high. Fast forward a year, and it’s easy...

Baseball Earns Pair of Wins on Senior Day

Marissa Clardy, Staff Writer May 6, 2011

The Oberlin baseball team capped off its season this past weekend with a trio of doubleheaders. Although the weekend was bookended by two pairs of losses to the Ohio Northern University Polar Bears on...

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