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The Oberlin Review

Student Input Necessary to Avoid Finger Pointing

Editorial Board
April 28, 2017
Filed under Editorials, OPINIONS

Following last week’s tuition hikes, the sentiment bears repeating: The administration needs to include students in conversations about major institutional decisions, financial or otherwise. The scenario played out much like similar situations often have in the past. Behind closed doors, administrators...

City Resolution Counters ‘Guns Everywhere’ Bill

Eliza Guinn
April 15, 2016
Filed under Community News, NEWS

Oberlin City Council fired a warning shot past the Ohio House of Representatives April 4 when they released a resolution opposing House Bill 48. The resolution cited Oberlin’s Bill of Rights and the powers it grants the council to exercise home-rule and self-governance. “The prohibition of the...

GovHR to Take Control of City Manager Search

Vergil Demery
February 26, 2016
Filed under Community News, NEWS

Oberlin City Council agreed last week to hire GovHR USA to assist in its search for a permanent city manager. GovHR, a corporate firm based in Northbrook, IL, was chosen over three other applicants to help vet candidates for the position. City Council Member Kelley Singleton cited GovHR’s experience...

Oberlin’s Future Reliant on Changing Status Quo

Bryan Burgess, Councilman
October 30, 2015
Filed under Letters to the Editors, OPINIONS

To the Editors: Oberlin has a wonderfully diverse citizenry, and that diversity has been well represented on City Council during my tenure. Members of Council come from an array of backgrounds but work together for a common purpose — the betterment of the Oberlin community. Although we sometimes hav...

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