Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Preying Manti Look to Continue Past Success

Quinn Hull September 30, 2011

On a foggy Saturday last spring, the Preying Manti arrived at an innocuous patch of grass in Buffalo, NY, site of the USA Ultimate Division III College Ultimate Championshps. Then, with incisors glinting...

Yeomen Almost Notch Historic Win

James Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2011

The men’s soccer team nearly toppled the undefeated Notre Dame College Falcons on Wednesday, Sept. 28, forcing overtime in arguably one of the greatest games to ever grace Fred Shults field. The 2010...

Mangan, an Oberlin all-time great, wasnt afraid to let it fly in his heyday.

Yeomen Send Terriers to the Pound in Blowout Homecoming Victory

Dylan Holmes September 30, 2011

With multiple generations of alumni roaming the grounds at Savage Stadium, Oberlin football put on a show, dominating the visiting Hiram College Terriers in a 27–7 victory in Saturday’s Homecoming...

Volleyball Struggles at Kenyon

Kirby Livingston September 30, 2011

The women’s volleyball team entered its first North Coast Athletic Conference tournament with an 0–9 record and plenty to prove. The Yeowomen were looking to build off of the momentum from their home...

Women’s Soccer Dominates Away Game

Alen Cisija September 30, 2011

While most of Oberlin was sound asleep at 6 a.m. last Sunday morning, the women’s soccer team was on a business trip. The Yeowomen rose at the crack of dawn to travel to Franklin, IN, to face the Grizzlies...

Field Hockey Falls Between the Raindrops

Ariel Lewis, Sports Editor September 30, 2011

Oberlin field hockey has been stuck in the mud recently — and not just figuratively. The Yeowomen’s Homecoming game against DePauw University on Saturday, Sept. 29, was moved to Western Reserve Academy...

Editorial: Lessons from Homecoming Weekend

Chris Landers, Sports Editor September 30, 2011

Another Sept. 11 has come and gone, time indifferently trudging on, as it always does, despite how often we could swear it would never move again. The obligatory perspective pieces flooded in to publications...

Cross Country Continues to Climb

Ashley Parish September 30, 2011

Oberlin’s cross country teams showed last weekend that they could run with some of the best in the nation at the Purple Valley Classic in Williamstown, MA. The Yeowomen placed sixth in the 16-team...

Field Hockey Splits a Home Pair

Madeleine O'Meara September 23, 2011

The field hockey team battled two conference rivals at home this week, taking on the Wittenberg University Tigers on Sunday and the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops on Tuesday. The Yeowomen...

Women’s Soccer Falls Just Short against Brockport

James Kriz, Staff Writer September 23, 2011

The women’s soccer team arrived ready for a tough matchup at Fred Shults Field this past Saturday, Sept. 17. SUNY Brockport entered the contest with an impressive 3–1–1 record, providing an important...

Men’s Soccer Rolls Over Tiffin

Phoebe Hammer September 23, 2011

The Oberlin College men’s soccer team celebrated its most decisive victory of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 21, defeating Heidelberg University in a 3–0 shutout in nearby Tiffin, Ohio. Despite the...

In the Locker Room: Greg Mangan

James Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2011

You graduated in 2009 as Oberlin’s all-time leader in every significant passing category. When you first stepped onto campus as the Quarterback Coach this summer, did it feel sort of surreal? It definitely...

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