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The Oberlin Review

Limited Number of Humanities Classes Pigeonholes Students

Jackie Brant, Columnist
April 21, 2017
Filed under Columns, OPINIONS

Registration season is a stressful time for many students. We worry about when our registration slot will be, if we will get into the classes we need and, if we don’t, if we will be able to successfully navigate add/drop period. As a first-year this spring, I had the second-to-last registration...

Including Marginalized Authors in English Classes Expands Canon

Kiley Petersen, Opinions Editor
September 11, 2015
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

A recent discussion in my Women and Politics course got me thinking about the intricacies of accessibility and oppression in academia. When asked about potential concerns for the course, a student commented on the whiteness of our class. Someone else suggested that our demographics might be the resul...

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