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The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Brittney Griner, one of the most recognizable players in women’s basketball, plays against New York Liberty.

Brittney Griner Arrested in Russia, WNBA Needs to Protect its Players

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor March 18, 2022

WNBA Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner was apprehended in Russia this past month and faces drug-smuggling charges for the possession of vape and “hashish” products. The arrest comes at a tumultuous...



Robert Carr Pool is now home to the OC Manatees swim club.

Oberlin’s New Swim Club, OC Manatees

Andrea Nguyen, Staff Writer March 18, 2022

The OC Manatees Swim Club, a new group established with the goal of providing a non-competitive space for swimmers of all levels to practice together, is preparing for its first session. The club’s opening...


The Oberlin High School boys’ basketball team finished another successful season.

OHS Boys Basketball Continues Tradition of Success

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor March 18, 2022

The Oberlin High School boys’ basketball team finished another successful season earlier this month going 12–2 in conference play. The team’s season ended with a heartbreaking overtime loss to Fairview...

Second-year field hockey players Ruby Schreiber and Susan Robinson-Cloete
smile at Teamsgiving, a yearly tradition on the team.

Oberlin Sports Teams Hold Traditions Close to Their Hearts

Andrea Nguyen March 11, 2022

Traditions have always been a big part of team bonding at Oberlin. From formals to game day rituals, unique traditions bring the teams closer together. This week the Review asked College varsity and club...


Second-year women’s lacrosse player Audrey Koren

In The Locker Room with Audrey Koren, Lacrosse Powerhouse

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor March 11, 2022

College second-year and women’s lacrosse attacker Audrey Koren has made it no secret that she’s playing to win. Only three games into the season, Koren was responsible for five goals this past Saturday...

The Black Student-Athlete Group and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee put on its first-ever Black History Month basketball tournament on Sunday.

BSAG and SAAC Celebrate Black History Month with basketball Tournament Fundraiser

Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer March 11, 2022

Last Sunday, Oberlin’s Black Student-Athlete Group and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee worked in conjunction to host a Black History Month basketball tournament. The tournament raised money for...


Bette Imhoff looks to pass the ball on Bailey Field.

Student-Athletes Reflect on Women’s History Month

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer March 11, 2022

Women of color, especially Black women, continually face discrimination in the sports world and this month  — Women’s History Month — is a reminder that we need to celebrate the diversity and beauty...

Lifelong Fans Ready for March Madness

Lifelong Fans Ready for March Madness

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer March 11, 2022

One of the greatest sporting events of the year, my personal favorite, is once again upon us. The time of Cinderella stories, beating blue bloods, buzzer-beater endings, and brackets being busted: it’s...

The track and field team poses with the NCAC Championship banner after winning the tournament.

Oberlin’s Track and Field Team Brings Home Fifth Women’s NCAC Indoor Championship Title

Andrea Nguyen March 4, 2022

The Oberlin track and field team competed in the North Coast Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships at Wittenberg University Feb. 25–26. The Yeomen placed sixth with 69 points while...

Athletes Learning to Balance Body Image and Sport

Athletes Learning to Balance Body Image and Sport

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor March 4, 2022

  What does it mean to be beautiful? When do I feel the most beautiful? Am I beautiful? These are questions that many people who are socialized as women ask themselves — questions that I have...

52 Years Later: Remembering Oberlin’s March Madness Moment

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor March 4, 2022

During March, college basketball grabs the attention of the entire American sports world. From the Division I NCAA tournament to smaller conference tournaments, this time of year seems to produce an unlikely...

Bryana Woodard smiles proudly in her basketball uniform for media day.

Women’s Basketball’s First-Year Star Bryana Woodard

Matt Rudella, Senior Staff Writer March 4, 2022

It was a season for the ages for Oberlin women’s basketball — especially for first-year forward Bryana Woodard — as the Yeowomen tied their all-time season record for wins at 21, earning them a No....

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