The Oberlin Review

Administration Must Return Our Eggs

David Mathisson, Columnist

September 6, 2019

 Following student-organized CDS boycotts this past April, the administration offered several changes to available meal plans: $200 in Flex Points tacked onto the first-year and sophomore meal plan, reinstatement of the 200- and 100-meals-per-semester plans available to juniors and seniors, and promises to increase quality, variety, and value at DeCafé. I am proud to have been an organizer in the movement, to have arranged the protest that preceded many of these concessions, and proud of our community for standing up for low-income students and their families. I am disappointed by our administration’s failure to deliver on many of the commitments it made following the boycott, as well as its neglect of the qua...

Review Security Notebook

February 26, 2016

Thursday, Feb. 18
 1:48 a.m. Officers were requested to assist a student ill from alcohol consumption on the second floor of Firelands Apartments. The student was found sleeping in the hall and was able to answer all questions asked. They were then escorted to their room for the night. 10:20 a.m. Science Center staff reported non-offensive writing on the wall in the upper level of Craig Lecture Hall. A work order was filed for removal. Friday, Feb. 19
 3:34 p.m. Officers were requested to assist with a safety inspection in a room on the second floor of East Hall. The officers found several empty cans of beer and three pipes containing a substance consistent with marijuana. The pipes were turned over to the...

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