Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Splash ‘N Dash Triathlon Sets Sights on Community Outreach

Samantha Dudzinski April 27, 2012

The swimming and diving team is hosting its Splash ’N Dash triathlon, set for Saturday, May 12 at 10 a.m. beginning at Philips Gymnasium. The Splash ’N Dash consists of a sprint triathlon involving...

Sophomore Noel Myers looks to clear upfield in a recent game against Bethany College. The Yeomen defeated the Bison 13-3 before taking on La Roche and Kenyon this week.

Double Hat Trick Leads Higgins, Yeomen, to Gold

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer April 27, 2012

According to first-year standout Sean Higgins, he was just in the right place at the right time. Six times. “It was a bad pass fed to the crease, and I picked it up from up top and scored [in the]...

Another Win, Another Record: Lax Beats ‘Gheny

James Kriz, Staff Writer April 20, 2012

The women’s lacrosse team ground out two hard-fought wins last week, earning a 10-8 victory against North Coast Athletic Conference foe Allegheny College Alligators last Saturday, and topping Thiel College...

In the Locker Room with Teddy Pallis and James Kriz

Phoebe Hammer, Staff Writer April 20, 2012

I couldn’t help but notice interesting facial hair on members of the team right now. Is there a purpose for this? James Kriz: I’m so glad you asked. We’ve been waiting to tell you. Teddy...

Bye Bye Blanco

Quinn Hull, Sports Editor April 20, 2012

Caballo Blanco is dead. Yes, the legend, otherwise known as Micah True, who is indirectly responsible for all you runners and walkers that wear those five-finger footie things, is gone. He was found...

Women’s Tennis Shows No Signs of Slowing

Kirby Livingston and Molly Bloom April 20, 2012

The women's tennis squad is nearly finished with its best regular season since 2007. The team’s 16–5 overall record is highlighted by an ongoing 11-game winning streak, which continued on Tuesday in...

A Conversation wtih William Roth

Shahab Raza April 13, 2012

I can think of few people in our community who would be more compelling subjects of an interview than William Roth. I have felt that way ever since my first interaction with the new athletic director,...

Frisbee Rises to the Ultimate Challenge

Rose Stoloff, Staff Writer April 13, 2012

With a weeklong stay in a sweet southern pad, two tournaments, and two 15-hour drives behind them, the men’s and women’s club Ultimate Frisbee teams can safely say that their spring break was well...

To Nationals And Back: With Chris McLauchlan

Molly Bloom, Staff Writer April 13, 2012

First-year diving phenom Chris McLauchlan blew away his competition at the Division III NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis from March 21–23. McLauchlan notched not one but two...

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...

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