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College to Introduce Shuttle Service

Lila Michaels

September 15, 2017


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The Division of Student Life in the Dean of Students Office will offer a new shuttle service to various locations on and off campus this fall in an effort to create a more accessible campus and enhance the student experience. The service will launch Monday, Oct. 2, and will run from 8 a.m. to noon on...

Anya Spector

September 10, 2017


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Jackie Brant

Jackie Brant

September 3, 2017


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Hi! My name is Jackie Brant. I'm a second year from Houston, Texas. I am a Philosophy and Law and Society double major and intend to pursue criminal law. I was a columnist my freshman year for The Review and am now one of the Ops Editors. I also am on the Oberlin Women's Soccer team and the Philosophy...

Maddi Kimball

Maddi Kimball

September 3, 2017


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Hi, my name is Maddi and I am a 3rd year English major. I enjoy a casual cup of coffee in the morning, and occasionally peruse through a collection of goat photos that I have on my phone. In my free time, I dabble in soccer, and play for the Oberlin Women’s soccer team. Oh, I guess I should mention...

Oberlin Philosophy Professor Tim Hall Dies Unexpectedly

Oberlin Philosophy Professor Tim Hall Dies Unexpectedly

Jackie Brant, Opinions Editor

September 1, 2017


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Editor's Note: This article contains mention of suicide. Oberlin community members, family, and friends suffered the unexpected loss of Associate Professor of Philosophy Timothy Hall, 48. Hall passed away at 6 a.m. July 23. Coroners suspect suicide. Students were informed of his death in an email...

Willa Hart

Willa Hart

September 1, 2017


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Nathan Carpenter

Nathan Carpenter

September 1, 2017


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Nathan Carpenter is a second-year undeclared major from Portland, Oregon. He began writing for the Review in fall 2016 and became Opinions Editor a year later. He is a fervent supporter of the Oxford comma and pronounces gif the right way — with a hard 'g'.

Monique Newton

Monique Newton

September 1, 2017


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My name is Monique Newton and I'm a fourth year double major in Politics and Law and Society with a minor in Africana Studies. I am the Business Manager of the Review this year. In addition to filling out timecards for the Review I'm also a member of the Track and Field team and a Mellon Mays Undergraduate...

Madisyn Mettenburg

Madisyn Mettenburg

September 1, 2017


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Hello! My name is Madi Mettenburg. I’m a third year Politics/Creative Writing double major and a production assistant at the Review. When not swapping hyphens for semicolons and destroying any evidence of written air quotes, I play violin, knit, wait in the DeCafe line, and sleep. Likes: people, places, and things...

Lucy Martin

Lucy Martin

September 1, 2017


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Julie Schreiber

Julie Schreiber

September 1, 2017


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Hi! My name is Julie Schreiber and I'm one of the Sports Editors for the Oberlin Review this year! I'm a third-year politics major and rhetoric and composition minor, and in addition to the Review, I spend my time playing for the Oberlin Field Hockey team, working at the 'Sco, and making lentils in Tank....

Hugh Newcomb

Hugh Newcomb

September 1, 2017


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Hugh Newcomb is a fourth-year chemistry major and a photo editor. He likes the mountains and driving and taking photos.

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