Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Editorial: Blaming Penn State

James Blankenship, Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2011

I can remember what it was like to be twelve years old. At this point in our lives as young students, we all can. When we think of being a child this is the image we conjure. It meant thinking we knew...

Women’s Basketball to Enter the Jenkins Era

Quinn Hull November 11, 2011

In 2008, when Kerry Jenkins accepted the women’s basketball head coach position at Oberlin College, his colleagues at the University of Vermont judged him to be a little off his rocker. “Everybody...

Football Drops Heartbreaker to OWU

James Kriz November 11, 2011

The football team entered its contest against the Ohio Wesleyan University Bishops outnumbered in sheer roster size this past Saturday, Nov. 5 in Delaware, Ohio. Despite the clear disadvantage, the...

Senior Day Emotions Propel Yeowomen to Victory

Alen Cisija October 14, 2011

On a rare picture-perfect fall afternoon, the women’s soccer team came out to Fred Shults field fired up on Sunday, ready to battle the visiting Ladies of Kenyon College. It was certainly an emotional...

Table Tennis Shines In First-Ever Tournament

Ariel Lewis, Sports Editor October 14, 2011

For a few hours this past Sunday, Oct. 9, the West Gym in Philips Physical Education Center was transformed into a very different sort of athletic venue. As interested students and faculty looked on,...

Men’s Soccer Keeps Postseason Hopes Alive

Dylan Holmes October 14, 2011

After a string of disappointing performances in conference play, the men’s soccer team ended the week on a high note, regaining control of its postseason destiny in the process. After a heartbreaking...

Editorial: Onward and Upward for Women’s Lacrosse

Phoebe Hammer and Madeleine O'Meara October 14, 2011

Have you ever been dumped? Have you experienced that combination of worthlessness and anger? That’s kind of what it feels like. On the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 5, the women’s lacrosse team was...

Editorial: Al Davis Stirs Controversy, Even in Death

Chris Landers, Sports Editor October 14, 2011

As it turned out, Steve Jobs wasn’t the only Bay Area pioneer to pass away last week. Al Davis, owner of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders for thirty-five years and one of the league’s foremost leaders...

Separate but Equal? The State of Club Sports

Quinn Hull October 14, 2011

Any given weekday, within the seemingly quiet bowels of Hales Gymnasium, the sovereign of club sports operates in hurried solitude. Maybe Director or Recreation and Club Sports Betsy Bruce, the self-described...

Volleyball Works to Change Culture

Phoebe Hammer October 7, 2011

Despite positive signs for the future, the women’s volleyball team left their home court disappointed again on Wednesday night. The Yeowomen fell to the Baldwin-Wallace College Yellow Jackets in three...

Cross Country Continues to Rocket Up Rankings

Madeleine O'Meara October 7, 2011

Women’s cross country added another victory to its already lengthy list of accomplishments, finishing first in the All-Ohio Championship hosted at Cedarville University on Friday, Sept. 30. The team...

Women’s Soccer Drops Three Heartbreakers

Kirby Livingston October 7, 2011

The women’s soccer team continues to knock on the door of success, but just can’t seem to kick it in. The Yeowomen suffered three heartbreaking losses this week, starting with a 2–1 home defeat...

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