The Oberlin Review

Joseph B. Maiville, Evening Circulation

Joseph B. Maiville, Evening Circulation

December 7, 2018

Joseph Maiville, OC ’07, is the evening circulation desk supervisor at the Mary Church Terrell library. He first visited Oberlin as a prospective student in the spring of 2003 and has lived here ever since. Around Terrell, Maiville is known for his consistent, easygoing presence and love of puns. Off campus, he is involved in local politics around Lorain County and has dabbled in music as well, fronting a heavy-metal band for three years. He credits Oberlin with helping him to discover his pas...

Security Report

February 16, 2018

Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018 5:46 p.m. A student reported that they were approached and punched by an unknown man while walking through Tappan Square at approximately 1:30 a.m. The man then ran in an unknown direction. The incident is under investigation. 6:00 p.m. While patrolling the Adam Joseph Lewis Center, a Safety and Security officer found an expended fire extinguisher near an electrical transformer. The extinguisher was taken to the Safety and Security Office. 8:18 p.m. A student reported the loss or possible theft of their laptop computer from the Rathskellar. Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018 1:34 a.m. Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated student laying in the hallway on the first floor of Kahn Hall. The s...

TLC Visits College Archives in Search of Tyler’s Family History

TLC Visits College Archives in Search of Tyler’s Family History

April 1, 2016

Oberlin College will make it to primetime TV Sunday, April 3. TLC’s Who Do You Think You Are?, a documentary series exploring celebrities’ family backgrounds, will kick off its eighth season on Oberlin’s campus. The premier features actress and comedian Aisha Tyler, best known for co-hosting CBS’s The Talk and voicing Lana Kane in FX’s Archer. The episode focuses on Hugh Hancock, Aisha Tyler’s great, great grandfather. Listed as “mulatto” in the 1860 census, Hancock was born i...

Mudd Library’s Special Collections and Letterpress Thrive Thanks to Vermue

Mudd Library’s Special Collections and Letterpress Thrive Thanks to Vermue

April 3, 2015

Ed Vermue and I failed to acknowledge one another as we impatiently brushed past in the hallway before whirling in a simultaneous double-take, recognition arriving just a second too late. I had caught him miderrand, and rather than pop back into his office (for reasons I discovered later), we settled into a pair of comfortably cushioned chairs in the hallway just outside of the Special Collections on the fourth floor of Mudd library.   Between a row of blue lockers and the wall of windows...

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