Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Established 1874.

The Oberlin Review

Opening Day for MLB occurred yesterday.

Youthful Cleveland Guardians Set for Another Successful Season

John Elrod, Sports Editor March 31, 2023

The Cleveland Guardians started their season last night on the road against the Seattle Mariners. The team is coming off a stellar 2022 season in which it won the American League Central and a series in...

Twitter Breaks Barriers For Sports Journalists

Twitter Breaks Barriers For Sports Journalists

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor March 31, 2023

One year ago, I watched softball for the first time during the Women’s College World Series. Although I was not previously familiar with the structure or culture, I was able to learn about the importance...

Allen began playing basketball his fourth-year thanks to a connection.

In the Locker Room with Chris Allen Jr., Football Captain Turned Basketball Guard

Ben Ephraim March 31, 2023

“My football career was done, so I just took advantage of it, and thankfully it worked out pretty well,” Chris Allen Jr. said when talking about joining the basketball team at Oberlin. Allen...

“Together We Rise” jersey signify DEI work within the athletic department.

Teams Use Warm Up Shirts to Raise Awareness for Social Causes

Celia Perks, Senior Staff Writer March 10, 2023

Editors’ note: This article contains mention of gun violence. Many high school, college, and major league sports teams have utilized shirts and other items to show support for certain causes. Whether...

OHS Should Plan to Build Home Stadium Amid Broader Infrastructural Developments

John Elrod, Sports Editor March 10, 2023

In 2021, I reported on the lack of an outdoor stadium for Oberlin High School’s athletics teams. A year and a half later, there are still no plans to build one. Given that Oberlin City Schools are working...

The softball team gained experience in weekend trip to North Carolina.

Despite Early Losses, Softball Optimistic for Season

Chris Stoneman, Senior Staff Writer March 10, 2023

This past weekend, Oberlin softball took a road trip to Raleigh, NC to compete in the Grand Slam Triangle Classic. The Yeowomen played four games against Greensboro College, Shenandoah University, William...

Favorites, Underdogs to Back in March Madness

John Elrod and Kayla Kim March 10, 2023

John’s Picks Favorites: Men: Kansas Kansas is a certified blue-blood men’s college basketball program. It might not be the most creative move to pick the Jayhawks to have tournament success in the...

Nora Holder just completed her second season on the Swimming and Diving team.

In the Locker Room with Nora Holder, Swimmer, Author of “Happy as Her”

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor March 10, 2023

Second-year Nora Holder is a fly and breaststroke swimmer who is working on an article series called “Happy as Her.” Through this, she hopes to share her life as a trans person. Her first article focuses...

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications Amanda Phillips

In the Locker Room with Amanda Phillips, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

James Foster, Sports Editor March 3, 2023

If you’ve ever read a gameday recap, scrolled past media day flicks of Oberlin athletes on Instagram, or even just looked at some of the photos in the Sports section of the Review, you may have Amanda...

Track and field cheers on basketball during the semifinal round against Wittenberg University.

Track and Field, Women’s Basketball Cheer Each Other On During NCAC Championships in Indiana

Kayla Kim, Managing Editor March 3, 2023

Last Friday, 333 miles away at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN, the women’s basketball team and the men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in their respective North Coast Athletic...

Last Chance U: Basketball focuses on basketball players at East Los Angeles College

New Last Chance U: Basketball Season Highlights Personal Stories

John Elrod, Sports Editor March 3, 2023

It’s March — the biggest basketball month of the year — which means that the top Division I basketball players will be featured throughout their journey to the championships. But what happened to...

WWE continues to entertain and bring people together.

WWE Entertains Fanbase With Unique Characters

Nora McIntyre March 3, 2023

In October, I drove to Toledo to attend a taping of WWE’s Friday Night Smackdown. Armed with a homemade sign that read “Pride Fighter” with a rainbow through the center, I made my way to the Huntington...

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