Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Fall sports have concluded their seasons and are preparing for winter training.

Oberlin Athletics Concludes Fall 2022 Season

James Foster, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Oberlin Athletics has nearly reached the end of its fall season, with the football team concluding its season this weekend at home against The College of Wooster and cross country competing in two NCAA...

Oberlin Equestrian Team Competes in Hunt Seat Show

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor November 11, 2022

Before COVID-19 restrictions severely limited its activities, the Equestrian Team was one of the largest intercollegiate club sports on campus, hosting approximately 30 members. After a two-year hiatus...

Oberlin College and Kenyon College athletics have a storied rivalry.

Recounting Oberlin’s Storied Rivalry with Kenyon College

Celia Perks, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

It is often said that familiarity breeds contempt, and this has certainly been the case for Oberlin and its longtime rival, Kenyon College. Formed from frequent athletic matches and the similarity between...

Fourth-year cross country runner Niels Vanderloo posing at the NCAC Cross Country Championships

In the Locker room with Niels Vanderloo, Runner and Track Star

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer November 11, 2022

Fourth-year Math and Physics major Niels Vanderloo is a runner on the cross country and track and field teams. During this October’s NCAC Championship, he finished sixth, first out of Oberlin runners,...

The men’s cross country team poses at the NCAC Championships.

Oberlin Men’s Cross Country Sweeps NCAC Championships

Celia Perks November 4, 2022

On Saturday, Oct. 29 the Yeomen placed first in the North Coast Athletic Conference Championship at The College of Wooster, the highest score in the program’s history. The team previously placed second...

Fall Sports Bid Farewell to Senior Athletes

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer November 4, 2022

  In the past few weeks, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, and field hockey all paid homage to their graduating classes through senior night games. The first honorees were men’s...

First-year Kai Kashey competed in the Intramural Doubles Pickleball League Monday night.

Yeofit and Rec Organize Intramural Doubles Pickleball

Kayla Kim, Sports Editor November 4, 2022

While the brief window of time between fall and winter sports seasons means fewer opportunities to watch the Yeowomen and Yeomen right now, there’s still a sport for avid Oberlin fans to attend that’s...

Natalie Dufour, volleyball player and aspiring Politics major.

In the Locker Room with Natalie Dufour, Volleyball Player, Political Organizer

Andrea Nguyen and Zoe Kuzbari November 4, 2022

Second-year Natalie Dufour is a middle hitter on the volleyball team, where she has been setting career-high block assists for multiple games. Volleyball isn’t her only passion, however — she is also...

The Philadelphia Phillies and the Houston Astros are competing in the sixth game of the World Series Nov. 5.

MLB Playoff Expansion Encourages Underdog

James Foster, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

This year, the MLB altered the playoff format of the World Series, expanding the postseason bracket from 10 teams to 12 teams. Six teams from the two leagues: the American League and the National League,...

Conservatory-Athletes Share Their Stories

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor October 28, 2022

At one practice, they’re stretching their legs, shooting goals, or running laps. At another, they’re tuning instruments, perfecting scales, or studying music theory. Oberlin has a unique population...

Adrienne Sato performs during the women’s soccer game against Denison University during Homecoming Weekend.

Taiko Narrates Artistry Through Athleticism

Kayla Kim and Adrienne Sato October 28, 2022

Editor’s note: Both authors are members of Oberlin College Taiko, with Sato serving as co-chair. All interviewees are current members. On a cold Wednesday night in October, 12 Oberlin students, dressed...

University of Tennessee football fans ride atop a goalpost
after an upset against the University of Alabama.

Gameday Riots Reflect Poorly on Athletic Culture

James Foster, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

On Oct. 15, University of Tennessee fans stormed Neyland Stadium in celebration when the Volunteers ended a 16-year drought and took down the Alabama Crimson Tide in a close 52–49. The contagious, overwhelming...

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