Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

The club soccer team held one of its final practices of the season Thursday night.

Club Soccer Provides Inclusive Space for Students To Work On Skills

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer May 5, 2023

As they are in a far more casual environment than varsity teams, club and intramural sports offer students the opportunity to rekindle their love for athletics. The perfect example of this at Oberlin is...

Chris Donaldson was the first winner of the Moses Fleetwood Walker Memorial Award.

In the Locker Room with Chris Donaldson, OC ’97, Assistant Dean of Inclusion and Belonging, Ohio Baseball Hall of Fame Member

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor May 5, 2023

Chris Donaldson, OC ’97, currently works as the assistant dean of inclusion and belonging at the Multicultural Resource Commons. As a student at Oberlin, he was a baseball player and was inducted into...

Trans Day of Visibility Photoshoot Empowers Athletes

James Foster, Sports Editor April 28, 2023

On March 31, the Oberlin Athletics Instagram account posted eight photos of Oberlin transgender student-athletes in celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility. Student-athletes posed in creative ways...

BSAG has persevered during times of uncertainty since its founding.

BSAG Continues to Support Black Student-Athletes

Emma Benardete, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2023

Founded in 2019, the Black Student- Athlete Group has played a pivotal role in helping Black athletes find community on campus. According to the BSAG webpage on GoYeo, the mission of the group is to “create...

Women’s Lacrosse members prepared for the One Love Workshop last month.

Women’s Lacrosse Leads Successful One Love Workshop

Celia Perks, Senior Staff Writer April 28, 2023

This past March, a group of Oberlin student-athletes organized and held two One Love workshops to raise awareness about the warning signs of abuse. Using the training and facilitation available on the...

Jack Scott had a controversial stint as Oberlin’s Athletic Director.

Scott’s Oberlin Experiment Leaves Complicated Legacy in Athletics

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 28, 2023

Amid unrest after the Vietnam War, one of the societal values that was called into question was a term known as SportsWorld, the idea that sports were known for sacrifice and honor, coined by journalist...

Smith-Tran has done significant research on sociology and sport.

In the Locker Room with Alicia Smith-Tran, Sociology Professor and Basketball Guard

John Elrod, Sports Editor April 28, 2023

During her time as a student at Oberlin, Assistant Professor of Sociology Alicia Smith-Tran, OC ’10, was a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow and a member of the women’s basketball team. After graduating,...

John Henry Wise was a key figure in Oberlin’s football history.

Remembering John Henry Wise, OC 1893, Revered Lineman, Hawai’ian Royalist

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 21, 2023

When talking about Oberlin football, the conversation eventually diverges to the legendary Heisman era. But what about the other contributors during this time period, and what legacy did they leave behind...

Review Staff Reflects on Athletic Experiences

Review Staff Reflects on Athletic Experiences

John Elrod, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

Some might assume that such an intellectual group as the Review staff would not have many experiences in the sporting world. However, after conducting extensive interviews with my co-workers, I discovered...

The Oberlin Golf Club is located on Pyle South Amherst Road.

Oberlin Golf Club Fails to Serve Oberlin Community

John Elrod, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

I still remember the first time my dad took me golfing when I was about six years old. It was at a course somewhere near Oberlin and the holes were short enough for me to play on as a small child. It wasn’t...

Chutko is one of three players to start all 30 games for the softball team.

In the Locker Room with Maria Chutko, First-year Stealing Sensation

James Foster, Sports Editor April 21, 2023

Maria Chutko, a first-year and outfielder from Pittsburgh, just broke the Oberlin softball team’s record of bases stolen in a single year. Chutko has currently stolen 23 bases, crushing the previous...

The past year has brought significant change to the softball team.

One Year Since Racist Experience at Rose-Hulman, Softball Players Find Improved Support

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor April 14, 2023

One year after a racist experience at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the softball program has undergone several changes, including a new head coach and the utilization of the Multicultural Resource...

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