Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Miller Doc Reminds of Jewish Stars, Heroes

Chris Landers, Sports Editor April 22, 2011

Dana Torres The most decorated Jewish Olympian of all time, Torres swam her way to 12 medals over the course of five Olympic Games, the fifth-highest total in American history. Sandy Koufax Koufax,...

Wasted Talent Becomes Lasting Legacy of Steroid Era

Chris Landers, Sports Editor April 15, 2011

This past week was an odd one for baseball, with everything wonderful and everything reprehensible about the sport blending together to create a panorama of images equal parts bizarre and beautiful. For...

Men’s Rugby Out to Make a Statement in 2011

Chris Landers, Sports Editor April 15, 2011

The Billygoats Gruff kicked off their 2011 season this past Saturday with a home game against Denison University. The Gruffs battled hard through the rain, but it wasn’t enough, as they would eventually...

Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Suffer Pair of Tough Losses

John Critterden April 15, 2011

The men's lacrosse team came up just short in two close games this week, on the road at 19th ranked Wittenberg University on Saturday, April 9, and home against the College of Wooster Scots on Wednesday,...

AD Candidate Roth Makes Second Visit to Campus

Ariel Lewis, Staff Writer April 15, 2011

As the search for a new Athletic Director continues, the Oberlin Department of Athletics and the Athletic Director Search Committee welcomed finalist William Roth, currently the associate director...

Student-Athletes Meet Candidates for Athletic Director

Ariel Lewis, Staff Writer April 6, 2011

In the weeks prior to spring break, the Director of Athletics Search Committee and the Oberlin College Department of Athletics welcomed four candidates to campus for final interviews and an introduction...

Baseball Hits Its Stride in Arizona

Chris Landers, Sports Editor April 6, 2011

The men’s baseball team’s highly anticipated 2011 campaign got into full swing over spring break, as the Yeomen headed to Arizona for the RussMatt Greater Phoenix Invitational. After splitting an...

Sports Editorial: Ralph Nader Gets You

James Blankenship, Sports Editor April 6, 2011

Guess what Oberlin athlete? Ralph Nader gets you. In fact, Ralph Nader wants athletes across the nation to be more like you, and why not? You strive to balance life and love, finding just enough time to...

In the Locker Room: Philip Brua

Alen Cisija March 18, 2011

What can we expect from OC baseball this season? We expect to be in the playoffs this year. That’s the goal. Anything else would be seen as a failure. Our goal isn’t to go .500. Our goal is to get...

Oberlin Through an All-American’s Eyes

Joanna Johnson March 18, 2011

This is my rhythm. The humid air surging in and out of my lungs, the pounding of my heart, my arms swinging, my rubber soles drumming on the pavement. Having found my cadence, I relax and settle in. I...

March Madness Reminds Us Why We Love Sports

Chris Landers, Sports Editor March 18, 2011

It’s that time of year again. The snow is beginning to thaw and the calendar has flipped to that most glorious of all sporting months: March. Yes, the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament...

Men’s Lacrosse Battles Injuries, Falls Short Against Trine

James Kriz March 18, 2011

The men’s lacrosse team arrived in Angola, IN, with momentum from a strong 8–3 victory over Shenandoah University on March 12. This momentum wouldn’t be enough, however, as the Yeomen were unable...

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