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Editorial Board
May 19, 2017
Filed under Editorials, OPINIONS

Oberlin students are often presented as coddled, spoiled and so obsessed with political correctness that we have lost touch with reality, choosing to embrace a liberal utopia instead of facing the “real world.” If four years working at The Oberlin Review have taught us anything, it is that this port...

Waving Can Promote Sense of Community

CJ Blair, Columnist
November 6, 2015
Filed under Columns, OPINIONS

Forty percent of my social interactions are unreciprocated waves. There are times when I think that I’m the only one who feels this way, but in my second year at Oberlin, I’ve learned that plenty of other people share my uncertainty about waving. College is one of the most ambulatory times in a person...

Fervent Progressivism Blocks Other Views

Chloe Vassot, Contributing Writer
February 20, 2015
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

The Oberlin College community is almost notorious for its open embrace of views that lie largely outside the mainstream American political culture. Students are known as extremely accepting of people and opinions that would be ostracized elsewhere, giving Oberlin a reputation of “open-mindedness.” But...

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