Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

The Yeomen dive into the second meet of the season.

Oberlin Competes in Second Swim Meet of the Season

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer October 28, 2022

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s Swim and Dive teams traveled to Canton, Ohio to take on the Malone University Pioneers. Both teams started off the meet extremely strong, beating the Pioneers...

Sam Rezaei (left) and James Dill (right) in a recent interview

In the Locker Room with James Dill, Men’s Tennis Player Walking Across the Country For Charity

Celia Perks October 28, 2022

James Dill is a fourth-year Economics major and a member of the men’s tennis team. This summer, he and his friend Sam Rezaei, a recent graduate of Northwestern University, started a 2,800 mile walk from...

Sports Editors Decide Everything: Homecoming Edition

Andrea Nguyen, Kayla Kim, and Zoe Kuzbari October 7, 2022

After a brief hiatus, the Sports Editors are here once again to settle any and all of your squabbles, tiffs, debates, and quarrels. If you’re somehow confused about who to root for during the...

Homecoming 2022 Schedule of Events

Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor October 7, 2022

Friday, Oct. 7 Homecoming TGIF and Alumni Welcome, 4:30–6 p.m. in Wilder Bowl Todd & Thomasina Houston Philips Renovation Project Dedication, 5–6 p.m. at Philips gym second floor...

Michael Takahashi holds a plaque from a chess tournament

In the Locker Room with Michael Takahashi, Chess National Master

James Foster October 7, 2022

This August, Conservatory third-year Michael Takahashi became the fourth Iowan under 21 and second Oberlin student to pass the 2200 rating threshold and become a Chess National Master after his...

The Oberlin football team and staff pose on Fred Shults Field.

Oberlin Football Players Comment on Program Flaws

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor October 7, 2022

It’s been 48 years since Oberlin’s football team had a winning season. In 1974 the team went 5–4 and hasn’t seen much success since. Now coined “America’s sport,” football is one...

Marta Laska and Anna Pastore compete together.

Tennis Doubles Pairs Dominate Ashland University Doubles Invitational

Kayla Kim, Sports Editor October 7, 2022

Last weekend, both tennis teams played their final matches of the fall season at the Ashland University Doubles Invitational. While the men’s team struggled, the women’s team, which won...

Tua Tagovailoa plays for the Miami Dolphins.

Learning from Tua Tagovailoa: Oberlin Football Players Reflect on Pressure to Perform

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer October 7, 2022

Contact sports are dangerous games that afford their own risks to those who decide to play. As the intensity of play increases, so does the potential for violence, collisions, and severe injury....

Preying Manti members face Miami University’s defense.

Frisbee Teams Compete in First Home Competition

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer September 30, 2022

Last weekend, Oberlin College hosted its 22nd annual Force Freedom Ultimate Frisbee tournament. Both of Oberlin’s teams, the women’s and trans Preying Manti and the Flying Horsecows, participated in...

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were doubles partners at the Laver Cup.

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal Model Healthy Rivalry, Friendship

James Foster September 30, 2022

Just three weeks after Serena Williams, tennis’s greatest female athlete, retired, a fellow tennis legend followed suit. On Sept. 23, Roger Federer, the Swiss maestro who has captivated audiences for...

Jackie Oh dribbles past Transylvania University in last Sunday’s game.

Field Hockey Wins Against Transylvania In Last Non-Conference Game

Kayla Kim, Sports Editor September 30, 2022

In 80 minutes of action, the longest game of the season so far, field hockey won in a hard fought shootout against Transylvania University last Sunday. After a goalless double overtime, both teams engaged...

In The Locker Room with Lacrosse, Football Dual-Sport Athlete Leander Herman

In The Locker Room with Lacrosse, Football Dual-Sport Athlete Leander Herman

Zoe Kuzbari and Andrea Nguyen September 30, 2022

Third-year Leander Herman is a dual-sport athlete on both the lacrosse and football teams who still finds time to participate in ultimate Frisbee on campus. A Computer Science major, he loves playing board...

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