Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

John Pont was recently hired as the new head coach for Oberlin football.

In the Locker Room with John Pont, Oberlin Football’s New Head Coach

John Elrod and Kayla Kim February 3, 2023

On Wednesday, Feb. 1., John Pont became the new head coach for Oberlin football, replacing Steve Opgenorth, who coached the Yeomen for two seasons. Pont came from Indiana University, Bloomington, as an...

Yuuki Okubo dribbles past an opponent.

Men’s Basketball Ends 35-Year Drought Against Wooster

John Elrod, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

The Oberlin men’s basketball team made history last Saturday at Philips gym, defeating The College of Wooster — a perennial powerhouse in the NCAC — for the first time since 1988. The game went down...

The Kansas City Chiefs will compete against the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl Sunday.

Fans Anticipate Kansas City, Philly Super Bowl Faceoff

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer February 3, 2023

The biggest American sports game of the year is once again upon us. In less than two weeks, the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles will go head to head with the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs to determine...

Andy Murray competed in a nearly six-hour match in the 2023 Australian Open.

Australian, U.S. Open Night Sessions Detrimental to Players

Kayla Kim, Sports Editor February 3, 2023

From top-seeded players getting eliminated before the quarterfinals to complaints about the quality of tennis balls in play, the 2023 Australian Open was riddled with surprise and controversy. Among these...

Kids and parents participated in Track or Treat, one of the community service events organized by SAAC.

Oberlin Athletics Receives NADIIIAA Community Service Award

James Foster, Staff Writer February 3, 2023

Oberlin College Athletics was recognized for its community service efforts this past semester with the NADIIIAA Array of Projects Award, which is given each year to a school that interacted with and helped...

Kayla Kim poses with a statue of Brutus Buckeye at The Ohio State University
in October 2020.

Sports Journalism As Told By Editor on Autism Spectrum

Kayla Kim, Sports Editor December 9, 2022

Two months ago, I was formally diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, concluding years of questions, tests, consultations, and confusion about who I was and why I had always felt so different. My reflections...

Several students watched the Japan vs. Croatia World Cup game.

FIFA World Cup Builds Community, Connections

Juliana Gaspar, Arts & Culture Editor December 9, 2022

The FIFA World Cup soccer tournament kicked off year 22 on Nov. 20 and has brought unlikely connections and community to Oberlin’s campus. Walking through the Science Center in the last few weeks, one...

Graduating Athlete Reflects on Life at Oberlin

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor December 9, 2022

If it’s your first — or maybe second — year of college, you might be wondering about all the dos and don’ts, tips and tricks, and ins and outs you should know about Oberlin Athletics. As you navigate...

Jack Povilaitis and Max Anastasio commentate from the press box.

Oberlin’s Student Commentators Talk Reviewing Games

Andrea Nguyen and James Foster December 9, 2022

Maybe you’ve seen them in the press box, dressed up in berets and suits for soccer games, or maybe you’ve recognized their voices on livestreams. For whatever the occasion, you’re watching fourth-years...

Maggie Balderstone at a game against Penn State Behrend.

In the Locker Room with Maggie Balderstone, Basketball Captain, Student Photographer

Andrea Nguyen and Delaney Fox December 9, 2022

Third-year Sociology and History major Maggie Balderstone is captain of the women's basketball team. When they’re not on the court, they’re working as a student photographer for Oberlin Athletics....

Track and Field competed at the Case Western Reserve University Spartan Holiday Classic.

Oberlin Track and Field Dominates at Case Western Classic

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer December 9, 2022

This past weekend, the Oberlin College track and field teams kicked off their seasons in impressive fashion at the ninth-annual Case Western Reserve University Spartan Holiday Classic, blowing opposition...

Oberlin’s swimming and diving teams competed at the Midseason Invite.

Swim Shatters Oberlin Records in Midseason Invite

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor December 2, 2022

The Oberlin swim and dive team was extremely successful at its Midseason Invite, which took place at the Robert Carr Pool in Philips Gym and spanned three days. The Yeowomen took home first place, and...

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