Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Young Kush Bulmer skateboarding.

The Review Gets Fit With Kush Bulmer, Production Editor and Senior Staff Writer

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor August 13, 2021

For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dip in both mental and physical health. The Review staff is ready to give you all the health, wellness, and fitness advice you’ll need to rebuild your own...

Canadian soccer player Quinn winning a gold medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Quinn: Beacon of Hope for Transgender and Non-Binary Athletes

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor August 13, 2021

Canadian soccer player Quinn made history at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by becoming the first openly transgender and nonbinary athlete to win a gold medal. Rising College second-year and field hockey...

College third-year and thrower on the track and field team Zac Ntia.

In The Locker Room with Thrower and Bonner Scholar Zac Ntia

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor August 13, 2021

College third-year and thrower on the track and field team Zac Ntia has not been able to compete since students were sent home from campus in March 2020 due to COVID-19. Recently, he has had to adjust...

College second-year on the field hockey and lacrosse teams Vanessa Baker.

In The Locker Room With Vanessa Baker, Future Professor, Lawyer, and Politician

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor August 6, 2021

College second-year Vanessa Baker is involved in a variety of activities on campus. She has worked as a trainer for the Preventing and Responding to Sexual Misconduct program and Peer Advising Leader since...

Second-Years Are Hopeful About A New Year

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor August 6, 2021

COVID-19 restrictions last fall and spring – including policies like the three-semester plan – made it difficult for Oberlin’s athletes to bond with their teammates. With fall sports’ pre-seasons...

College third-year Lea Watkins-Chow.

In The Locker Room With Lea Watkins-Chow, Co-oper, Field Hockey Extraordinaire

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor July 30, 2021

College third-year Lea Watkins-Chow has played field hockey since high school. On campus, she is involved in a variety of communities: She is a dedicated member and student administrative assistant of...

Student-Athletes Prepare For Fall Season

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor July 30, 2021

With the summer semester coming to an end, fall sports teams are looking to start amping up their practices for preseason and gearing up for the fall 2021 season. It’s been over a year since fall sports...

College third-year V Dagnino.

In The Locker Room with V Dagnino, Powerhouse Behind the Plate

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor July 23, 2021

College third-year on the softball team V Dagnino has worked hard their entire life to achieve their goals, setting high standards for those around them. At age 13 they played on the Peruvian national...

Sha’Carri Richardson winning the 100m at the US Olympic trials.

Sha’Carri Richardson Ban Is Unfair

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor July 23, 2021

Earlier this month, track star Sha’Carri Richardson tested positive for marijuana, leading to a one-month suspension from the Tokyo Olympics. Richardson was the favorite for a gold medal in the 100-meter...

Male Student-Athletes Call for More Accountability from Fellow Athletes

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor July 2, 2021

Oberlin has multiple programs for students and student-athletes alike to learn about the importance of informed consent. It is crucial that men are part of these conversations. Sports teams are a community...

Oberlin Athletics Organizes Pride Month 5K

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor July 2, 2021

Last Saturday, Oberlin’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee organized their 2021 Pride Month 5K to celebrate and empower the LGBTQ+ community. With a $10 registration fee, they were able to raise a little...

 College second-year, captain of the field hockey team, and lacrosse player Mary Post

What Pride Means To Student-Athletes

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor June 25, 2021

Pride Month has always been a space where I could celebrate my queerness freely with the love and support of my friends, family, and strangers. This Pride will look different: I will be on campus running...

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