Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

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, Contributing 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...

Third-years Chase Sortor and Post pose while on a hike together.

In The Locker Room with Chase Sortor and Post, Queer Varsity Captains

Zoë Martin del Campo and Zoe Kuzbari January 7, 2022

Varsity field hockey captain Post and varsity cross country and track and field captain Chase Sortor, both College third-years, have been dating for the past seven months. The two athletes met during the...

Student-Athletes Train from Home During Remote January Term

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer January 7, 2022

With the spike in COVID-19 cases and remote options available for the duration of fall semester post-break, many student athletes have opted not to come back in January. Athletes who are finishing the...

Oberlin’s Savage Stadium was the location of many football successes.

Remembering Savage Stadium: Home of Oberlin Football for 88 Years

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor January 7, 2022

While the College now boasts a state-of-the-art football stadium, Knowlton Athletics Complex, the stadium that preceded it had a unique history of its own. Savage Stadium at Dill Field was built in 1925...

Admissions counselor and women’s lacrosse alumna Sydney Garvis poses at Oberlin’s admissions stand.

How Athlete Alumni Bring Pride for Oberlin to Admissions

River Schiff, Senior Staff Writer December 17, 2021

Some people see student-athletes as the epitome of school spirit as they are responsible for representing their schools through competition. While this is true to an extent, competition also brings teammates...

Chapin Forest covered in snow.

Winter Sports Opportunities in Northeast Ohio

John Elrod, Contributing Sports Editor December 17, 2021

One of the best parts about living in an area of the world with four distinct seasons is that there are unique outdoor activities associated with each one. There are multiple ways to take advantage of...


Maya Blevins cradles the ball up the field.

Spring Sports Training on Campus During Winter Term 2022

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor December 17, 2021

For this upcoming Winter Term, the women’s lacrosse team will be traveling to Florida to train and play their season opener. While this is a great opportunity for the squad to travel together and start...

Phoebe von Conta runs for Oberlin.

In The Locker Room with Phoebe von Conta, Fourth-Year and Track Star

Kathleen Kelleher, Arts & Culture Editor December 17, 2021

On Monday, College fourth-year Phoebe von Conta was named North Coast Athletic Conference Women’s Indoor Track Distance/Middle Distance Runner of the Week for the second week in a row. With an impressive...

The women’s lacrosse team poses together at Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s athlete social.

SAAC Hosts First Athlete Social After Pandemic

Zoe Kuzbari, Contributing Sports Editor December 17, 2021

This past Sunday, Oberlin’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held its first-ever athlete social. The event was designed to bring student-athletes together after many months of the pandemic forced teams...

Tables at the Winter Maker’s Market display student art for sale.

Athletics and Art Intersect at Maker’s Market

Zoë Martin del Campo, Contributing Sports Editor December 10, 2021

On Dec. 5, the Science Center walkway was abuzz with students as they browsed prints, jewelry, and other handmade goods at the Winter Maker’s Market. The event was an opportunity for student artists...

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