Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

College third-year Natalie Soord in her first collegiate race.

In the Locker Room with Natalie Soord, Star Walk-On

Zoë Martin del Campo, Sports Editor April 21, 2021

The last time College third-year Natalie Soord raced, it was her sophomore year of high school. This semester, though, she joined the women’s cross country and track and field team as a walk-on. This...

DIII Week Celebrates Oberlin’s Resilient Student Athletes

John Elrod April 16, 2021

Last week Oberlin College celebrated Division III Week, a tradition observed since 2010 by colleges around the country with NCAA Division-III programs. Campuses put on events and programs over the course...

College first-year and baseball player Jake Freed.

Freed Excited for the Future Following Early Success

Zoe Kuzbari, Senior Staff Writer April 16, 2021

College first-year Jake Freed, who plays for the College baseball team, was named Rookie of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association last week. From Vernon Hills, Illinois, Freed...

College second-year and Arts & Culture Editor L. Joshua Jackson.

The Review Gets Fit with L. Joshua Jackson, Arts & Culture Editor

Khalid McCalla, Sports Editor April 16, 2021

As vaccines become more readily available and COVID-19’s dark reign comes to an end, we want to assist our lovely readers with the gradual return to normalcy. We’re back this week with another “The...

College fourth-year and team captain Adriano Atallah.

Adriano Atallah Leads Track and Field Team’s Wave of New Personal Records

Casey Troost April 14, 2021

After a year without competition, both the women’s and men’s track and field teams pulled out all the stops to secure a nationally-ranking start to their season on April 3. Competing against Allegheny...

First-Year Spring Athletes Ready to Take the Field

Abby Cannon April 9, 2021

Practice doesn’t quite cut it anymore for College first-year Alaina Di Dio, one of the pitchers on the softball team. Di Dio is hungry for some strikeouts. She is ready to compete.  “You can throw...

College third-year and women’s tennis player Alandria Bellamy.

In The Locker Room with Tennis Star Alandria Bellamy

Tim Martin April 9, 2021

College third-year and women’s tennis player Alandria Bellamy stays busy. Her work ethic has led her to become one of the College’s top women’s tennis players while also maintaining a strong academic...

Oberlin Athletes and Administrators Feel that Anti-Trans Sports Bills are Discriminatory

Peter Fray-Witzer April 7, 2021

Even as bills that could prevent transgender women from joining women’s college sports teams are introduced in various states around the country, Oberlin athletes and administrators feel confident that...

Oberlin Baseball Kicks Off Spring Season With Split Against Hilbert College

Zach Bayfield April 7, 2021

In its first official competition in 391 days, the Oberlin College baseball team hosted the Hilbert College Hawks for a thrilling doubleheader this past Friday. The Yeomen ended up splitting the series,...

14 years After Oberlin City Schools Dumped “Indians,” Cleveland Indians Name Change Drags On

John Elrod April 2, 2021

In December 2020, the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball announced that they would retire their offensive name following the 2021 season. Although many viewed the announcement as long overdue,...

The Season No One Expected

Zoe Kuzbari and Zoë Martin del Campo April 2, 2021

After a year without competition, the College announced that athletes can return to the field for the remainder of the semester. Baseball, softball, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s...

The Oberlin Review News Editor Ella Moxley.

The Review Gets Fit With Ella Moxley, News Editor

Khalid McCalla, Sports Editor April 2, 2021

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that has ravaged the land over the past year, people all around the world have been more sedentary than ever before. For many, this tumultuous time has led...

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