Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Oberlin baseball player Yianni Gardner celebrates on the field in a huddle with his team.

Baseball Team Opens it Season with New Strategy, Expanded Roster

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer March 4, 2022

Oberlin baseball travels to Kentucky to play Berea College in the team’s season opener today. The 53-player roster is sure to be packed with talent, with 29 underclassmen — including 22 first-years...

A Podium Full of Controversy at the Olympics This Year

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor February 25, 2022

The 2022 Winter Olympic Games have been host to numerous controversies regarding participating athletes. The latest scandal at the Beijing Olympics surrounds 15 year-old Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva....

The women’s basketball poses for a team photo in Philips gym.

Yeowomen Look to Build on Season’s Successes in Semifinals of NCAC

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer February 25, 2022

Last Tuesday’s win against Kenyon College marks the Oberlin women’s basketball team’s 21st win of the season, solidifying its impressive record of 21–3 in 2021–22 and matching a school record....

College fourth-year and men’s lacrosse player JT Starcke on Bailey Field cradling the ball up the field.

Men’s Lacrosse Looks to Build on Opening Day Win vs Chatham

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor February 25, 2022

In its first game of the season, the Oberlin men’s lacrosse team defeated Chatham University 10–7 in Pittsburgh last Saturday. The Yeomen, who led the whole game and fought off numerous Chatham comeback...

College fourth-years and women’s lacrosse players Annie Payne and Bette Imhoff pose together for media day.

In the Locker Room with Annie Payne and Bette Imhoff, Women’s Lacrosse Captains, Inseparable Friends

Andrea Nguyen February 25, 2022

This week, the Review sat down with College fourth-years Annie Payne and Bette Imhoff to reflect on their past four years playing lacrosse at Oberlin. Both Payne and Imhoff have had successful collegiate...

A packed crowd in Philips holds up their hands in support of women’s basketball during a free throw.

Oberlin Athletics Celebrates Black History Month

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor February 25, 2022

The Oberlin College Athletics department hosted a variety of events in coordination with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Black Student-Athlete Group this week to celebrate the diversity and...


Second-year Dimitrije Radusinovic on the men’s basketball team

In the Locker Room with Đorđe Otašević and Dimitrije Radusinovic, Star Basketball Players and Friends from Montenegro

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor January 14, 2022

Third-year Đorđe Otašević and second-year Dimitrije Radusinovic both hail from Montenegro and attended the same boarding school;  now, they both play together on the men’s basketball team. Earlier...

Local Browns Fans Comment on Disappointing 2021 Season

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor January 14, 2022

After starting the season with grandiose Super Bowl hopes, the Cleveland Browns wrapped up a losing season this past Sunday. The team had won a playoff game the year before and made key signings and draft...


The main entrance of Hales Gymnasium, home of historical sporting events

Remembering Hales Gymnasium: The Glory Days

Kayla Kim , Production Editor January 14, 2022

Compared to other buildings on campus, Hales Gymnasium hardly stands out. There’s already an athletics center, the Knowlton Athletics Complex, and a space for other sporting events, the Heisman Field...

Oberlin Athletics Community Provides Sense of Family for Student-Athletes

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer January 14, 2022

Following graduation, student-athletes often lose touch with the sports they had poured their hearts into for so long, but the bonds they created in their time at Oberlin last long after they leave campus....

Non-Liberal Obies Reflect on Oberlin’s Political Status Quo

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor January 7, 2022

Oberlin is known — and often ridiculed — for having radically progressive students, but not everyone at Oberlin is so politically left-leaning. The recruiting process in athletics has been known to...

Athletics Department Updates COVID-19 Guidelines Amidst Rise in On-Campus Cases

Zoe Kuzbari, Sports Editor January 7, 2022

*Editor's Note: This story reflects the College’s COVID-19 athletics protocols at the time of publication, guidelines are subject to change over time.    With the recent rise in COVID-19...

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