Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Blevins poses for media day.

In The Locker Room with Maya Blevins, Dual-Sport Athlete and Adventurer

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor September 15, 2023

Maya Blevins is a fourth-year majoring in Psychology and Environmental Studies. She is working in two labs this semester, one for each major, with Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies Cindy...

Coco Gauff smiles after winning her match.

Sports Current Events

Nimala Sivakumar, Production Editor September 15, 2023

France Defeats New Zealand in 2023 Rugby World Cup At the Stade de France, the host team won the opening game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup 27–13 against three-time champion New Zealand. Though France...

Noah Lyles runs the anchor leg of the 4 x 100 relay in 2019.

Western Athletes Fail to Acknowledge International Sports

Rodrigo Llaguno, Senior Staff Writer September 8, 2023

The World Athletics Championships for track and field took place from Aug. 19–27 in Budapest, Hungary, where many athletes representing the United States gave incredible performances. Sha’Carri Richardson,...

Current Events

Micah Rodriguez September 8, 2023

International Basketball Federation Men’s Basketball World Cup: The FIBA Men’s Basketball World Cup features 32 different countries, ranging from Australia to South Sudan. Players come from the...

Heather Benway dribbles down the pitch.

Women’s Soccer Cruises Through Openers

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor September 8, 2023

Over the past couple of years, the women’s soccer team has had a streak of winning their season opener. The team kept the streak alive with a 2–0 victory over the Allegheny College Gators. Third-year...

Field hockey practice at the start of the semester.

Field Hockey Aims to Grow Following Early Losses

Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer September 8, 2023

Last weekend, Oberlin field hockey traveled to Earlham College to compete in an opening weekend tournament. On Saturday, in their first game of the tournament and the season, the Yeowomen lost 5–0 to...

Do Athletes Ever Get a Rest? Examining the Offseason on Different Teams at Oberlin

James Foster, Sports Editor September 8, 2023

Although college athletes officially compete in just one season per sport, they are often practicing and putting in extensive effort throughout the year. Winter and spring sports, like lacrosse, tennis,...

Dolly, the face of Oberlin Pet Club, smiles for the camera.

Pet Club Unites Oberlin Community Pet Owners

James Foster and Andrea Nguyen September 8, 2023

Calling all Obie pet owners! Oberlin Athletics’ new club is looking for all Oberlin Athletics supporters and their pets to join the Oberlin Pet Club. The club holds space for a community of pet lovers...

John Elrod reminiscing about the Review.

In the Locker Room with John Elrod, Sports Editor

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor May 19, 2023

Since 2021, John Elrod has worked as a Contributing Sports editor and Sports editor at the Review. His coverage has been dedicated to local sports — including his tribute to National Teacher of the Year...

Rediscovering Love For Sports Journalism at The Oberlin Review

John Elrod, Sports Editor May 5, 2023

For much of my life, following sports has been synonymous with newspapers. I remember waking up early in the morning as a little kid to read about how Cleveland’s professional teams did the night before...

Hill and Vaughn showed a variety of skills during the meet.

Oberlin Heptathletes Find Success in All-Ohio Meet

James Foster, Sports Editor May 5, 2023

Last weekend, two members of the track and field team traveled to Delaware, Ohio, to compete in the North Coast Athletic Conference Heptathlon at Ohio Wesleyan University. Third-year Hayden Hill and first-year...

Spring Athletics Concludes Semester With Mixed Results

Spring Athletics Concludes Semester With Mixed Results

Alexa Stevens, News Editor May 5, 2023

Over Winter Term and during the spring semester, Oberlin athletic teams accumulated a collective record of 77 wins to 118 losses. Women’s basketball has won the most games — 17, while softball had...

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