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The Oberlin Review

Drop in International Applications Reflects Political Shift

Nathan Carpenter, Contributing Opinions Editor
March 31, 2017
Filed under Columns, OPINIONS

One of the harsh realities faced by many in the wake of President Donald Trump’s election is that the United States is not a friendly country. Until Election Day, political rhetoric about the U.S. being a country of immigrants, a cultural “melting pot” was common. Ostensibly, a lot of people —...

Intro Courses Place Marginalized Students at Disadvantage

Cyrus Eosphoros, Contributing Writer
March 11, 2016
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

This is the second part in a series on the negative effects of assumptions underlying “elite” higher education, at Oberlin and in general. At the start of my fifth semester at Oberlin, my history professor began our class by saying, “I hope you remember your APUSH.” For those of you an...

International Students Call for More Support

Xiaoqian Zhu
October 30, 2015
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

A group of international students presented proposals regarding the perceived lack of cultural, academic and career support for international students at the Board of Trustees forum on Thursday, Oct. 8. The draft of suggested improvements is reflective of the unease many international students have felt tra...

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