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The Office of Disability Resources is under duress after the abrupt departure of its interim director Isabella Moreno, OC '94, Monday. Her resignation leaves the... [Read More]
The Board of Trustees held its tri-annual student forum last night, giving students the chance to voice their opinions and concerns to the trustees before... [Read More]
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Oberlin City Council elections are coming up next month, and with eight candidates vying for seven seats, local campaigning is in full swing. Five of... [Read More]
The College held a vigil at Wilder Hall Tuesday after more than 500 were injured and 58 killed at a concert in Las Vegas Monday.... [Read More]
College and community members held a dedication ceremony honoring a sapling planted in Tappan Square Wednesday. The sapling sprouted from seeds that survived the atomic... [Read More]
"Exploring Beauty and Truth in World of Color," a conference which took place over last Friday and Saturday, highlighted new and groundbreaking work on the... [Read More]
This week, the Review sat down with Kevin Blackistone, ESPN and NPR commentator, Washington Post columnist, and University of Maryland journalism professor. Blackistone has enjoyed... [Read More]
Mohammad Jafar Mahallati is the Presidential Scholar in Islamic Studies and Nancy Schrom Dye Chair in Middle East and North African Studies at Oberlin College,... [Read More]
The Yeowomen endured a crushing 3–0 loss in a match against the Wittenberg University Tigers last Saturday, ending an 11-win streak that stretched back to... [Read More]
When I was growing up in Montreal, Quebec, there was a shooting at the school that I would later attend. I mentioned it to some... [Read More]
When the latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act — the Graham-Cassidy bill — failed before reaching the Senate last week, many people were... [Read More]
The lights dim. An image of hands typing on a laptop keyboard appears on the screen. A digital voice narrates the scene as it dissolves... [Read More]
As significant budget constraints threaten to jeopardize everyday aspects of campus life, the Oberlin community has rallied around the Office of Disability Resources — an... [Read More]
This article is part of the Review's Student Senate column. In an effort to increase communication and transparency, Student Senators will provide personal perspectives on... [Read More]
To the Editors: Kudos to the Review for reporting on local town issues, namely the desire of Oberlin city school officials to have a new... [Read More]
Circle Mirror Transformation, the first play in the 2017 — 2018 series of the Oberlin College Theater Lab Series, opened yesterday evening in Warner Main... [Read More]
Over the past nine months, the American Civil Liberties Union has taken a prominent role in fighting the Trump administration's attempts to oppress marginalized communities... [Read More]
Professional sports plays dirty. From performance-enhancing drugs to the NBA fixing the 1985 draft, cheating and out-of-sport advantages have always created unfair playing fields. However,... [Read More]
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