The Oberlin Review

Kiley Petersen
Kiley Petersen is a senior Environmental Studies major concentrating in Global Environmental Issues and Politics who started at the Review as a copy editor from 2013–2014, served as Opinions editor from 2015–2016 and currently serves as Managing editor. She has a love-hate relationship with the office printer and will fight you on the Oxford comma.

Kiley Petersen, Managing Editor

May 05, 2017
Environmental Studies Fails in Interdisciplinary Approach (Story)
Apr 07, 2017
Lorenzo’s Jazz Night Connects Conservatory, City (Story)
Feb 19, 2016
Gaining Accessibility: Weight Room Causes Anxiety for Many (Story)
Dec 11, 2015
Media Outlets Highlight Trump’s Hypocrisy (Story)
Sep 11, 2015
Including Marginalized Authors in English Classes Expands Canon (Story)
May 08, 2015
Corporate Appropriation Delegitimizes Youth Culture, Slang (Story)
May 01, 2015
Conservative Rural Stereotype Diverts Attention from Urban, Liberal Racism (Story)
Apr 24, 2015
Clinton’s Benefits Outweigh Her Problems (Story)
Apr 18, 2015
Mainstream LGBTQ Movement Must Accept All Sexual Identities (Story)
Apr 03, 2015
Censorship Perpetuates Misogynistic Ideals (Story)
Mar 13, 2015
Watergate Reveals Disparities in Urban, Rural Communities (Story)
Feb 27, 2015
KXL Gives Hope for Further Legislation (Story)
Feb 20, 2015
Papal Support for LGBTQ Issues, Evolution Misleading (Story)
Feb 06, 2015
Tabloids Promote Harmful View of Transgender Identity (Story)
Dec 12, 2014
Krislov’s Response Fails to Address Concerns (Story)
Nov 21, 2014
Latest Kardashian Photoshoot Has Racial Undertones (Story)
Oct 03, 2014
Feminism Needs Men On Board, Not In Control (Story)
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