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Lyric Anderson, Conservatory Editor • November 14, 2023

This article was published in the Review Opinions section on Nov. 10, 2023 under the headline: “Slacktivism: What Instagram Activism Does, Doesn’t Do.” It states that “news sources retracted headlines [suggesting that the Israeli military was responsible for the Al-Ahli Arab Hospital explosion...

Oberlin Is What You Make Of It
Kayla Kim, Managing Editor • November 10, 2023

The day that Oberlin Early Decision II results came, I overslept.  While it was my second choice school, I knew in my heart that it was the right choice for me. So my logic was that, by purposefully oversleeping through such a big decision that would determine the “after” section of my life,...

Rampant Misinformation Necessitates Critical Media Consumption
Editorial Board November 10, 2023

The Oberlin Review, as the newspaper of record for both the town and the College, is responsible for keeping its readers up to date on both local and global issues. Our staff spends every week communicating with students, researching topics, and curating articles in order to make sure that information...

Many GSFS classes are taught in King.
Privilege Must Be Acknowledged Within Gender, Sexuality, Feminist Studies Classes
Avery Russell November 10, 2023

One of the reasons I was attracted to Oberlin was its Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies major. I appreciated that I’d be able to explore my interest in gender studies, and valued the interdisciplinary and intersectional nature of the major, which aims to center issues of sexuality, queerness,...

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Ella Powell, Opinions Editor • November 10, 2023

In today’s culture, openly sharing opinions seems to have become more and more intimidating. This conflict is seen primarily when discussing hot-button issues. When it comes to specific topics, it can seem like there’s only one position to stand by and to say otherwise is absurd, which is at times...

Students hang out in Conservatory Lounge.
Random Interactions Crucial to Community Building
Muhsen Al-Dajani November 10, 2023

I believe that I am inordinately adept at social interactions, and I enjoy when I get to stretch my proverbial legs within a conversation. I spent a good amount of time in middle school just trying to figure out how social relations and connections formed between other students. This is what led me...

Conservatory Library Shelves
Navigating Contemporary Repertoire Selection
Nicolas Stebbins, Senior Staff Writer • November 15, 2023

Musicians face a daunting task when they select music for a concert. Pulling from an ever-expanding pool of repertoire, they must whittle a musical...

Albert Herring
Stephanie Havey Explores Britten’s Only Comedy as Social Commentary in Her First Oberlin Opera
Chris Leimgruber, Distributor • November 3, 2023

From Nov. 2–4, the Oberlin Opera Theater will present Benjamin Britten’s satirical comedy Albert Herring. This production features the Oberlin...

Conservatories Continue to Struggle With Diversity, Inclusion
Marta Reyes November 3, 2023

It’s no secret that higher education is predominantly white — if you need proof, just look around Oberlin. While the College relies heavily...

Students gather for Aresty’s installation.
TIMARA Students Reimagine David Tudor’s Rainforest IV
Nicolas Stebbins, Senior Staff Writer • October 27, 2023

In 1973, American pianist and composer David Tudor held a symposium in New Hampshire and introduced Rainforest IV. Tudor and collaborators built...

Courtney-Savali Andrews co-hosts Rhythms & Rants: Hip Hop Turns 50.
Oberlin Celebrates Hip-Hop's 50th Anniversary
Nicolas Stebbins, Senior Staff Writer • October 6, 2023

2023 marks the 50th anniversary of hip-hop. The universal influence of the genre is undeniable, transcending music and becoming a vehicle to...

Breakdown of 2023 Election Results
Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor • November 10, 2023

Voters in Oberlin and across Ohio went to the polls last Tuesday to vote in a number of elections and referendums. Over 95 percent of the votes in Ohio are counted, according to The New York Times, but the results are still unofficial as some absentee ballots have still not been received.  Issue 1,...

Students participate in F1rst Generation Week.
F1rst Generation Week Celebrates First Generation Students
Adrienne Sato, Senior Staff Writer • November 10, 2023

Oberlin celebrated F1rst Generation Week this past week with a variety of activities aimed at students who are the first in their family to attend college. The activities focused on building community, sharing resources, and celebrating their accomplishments. Oberlin’s F1rst Generation Week Celebration...

Welcome Nursing Home has been operating in Oberlin since 1945.
$927,000 Grant Approved For Lorain County Seniors
Jesse Gross and Grace Sarafidis November 10, 2023

In June of last year, the Lorain County Office of Aging was allocated nearly $1 million through funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. The money is intended to help the nonprofit’s programming that focuses on supporting Lorain County’s elderly community. Separately, Lorain County Public Health...

City Council Considers Partnering with Non-Profit to Cancel Citizens’ Medical Debt
Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor • November 10, 2023

RIP Medical Debt presented a plan for Oberlin to cancel Oberlin resident’s medical debt at Monday’s City Council meeting. If the City of Oberlin enters into an agreement with RIPMD, the 501(c)(3) charity could use public funds to buy residents’ medical debt from local hospitals and cancel it.  RIPMD...

College Introduces LSAT, MCAT, EMT Winter Terms
Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer • November 10, 2023

Career Exploration and Development has launched three new Winter Term projects for the 2024 term. They are preparations for the Law School Admissions Test, the Medical College Admissions Test, and an Emergency Medical Technician training project.  The courses were created to provide students with pre-professional...

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Lily Nobel November 10, 2023

Israel Isolates Gaza City The Israeli military has encircled Gaza City as of Monday, effectively splitting the Gaza Strip in half. Over 10,000 people have been killed in Gaza and more than 25,000 injured since Oct. 7. Additionally, 89 United Nations employees aiding Palestinian refugees have been killed....

The Oberlin Enrichment and Activity Center is one of numerous polling places in Oberlin where citizens will cast their votes for Issues 1, 2, and 20, as well as for City Council on Tuesday.
Issue 20 Proposes Changes to County Government, Generating Controversy
Yasu Shinozaki, News Editor • November 3, 2023

PSA: In-person voting will occur Nov. 7. A valid Ohio I.D., U.S. Military or Department of Veterans Affairs I.D., or U.S. passport is necessary to cast your ballot. Make sure to plan when you are going to vote and research your polling location beforehand. The Review encourages all who are eligible to...

澳洲幸运五体彩开奖历史记录查询,开奖结果官网直播 Encourages  Community on Campus
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Kimberly Rodríguez Arroyo
Latest Episode
This week's show is a special episode about Juneteenth, made up of segments by The Weekly team: Nina Auslander-Padgham, Eric Schank, and Casey Troost. First, Nina and Eric present a segment on the Oberlin Juneteenth festival, how it is different this year, and address potential town and gown tensions as more students participate in the parade. Afterwards, Nina Auslander-Padgham interviews Annessa Wyman, an Administrative Assistant at the College, about her personal involvement in planning Juneteenth festivities for the last decade. Finally, Casey Troost's segment is on the history and meaning of Juneteenth with interviews with African American locals: Ms. Margaret Christian, honoary Juneteenth board member and local historian; featured poet LaTonya Fenderson Warren; Valerie Lawson, chairperson of the Juneteenth executive board; Adenike Sharpley, professor of Dance at Oberlin; and Shelley Shepard. This episode originally aired on WOBC Oberlin, 91.5 FM, Oberlin College and Community radio at 3:00 pm EST on August 2nd, 2021.
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Helen Morales delivers a lecture on art and activism in Craig Hall.
Helen Morales Delivers 2023 Martin Lectures on “Art, Activism, and Ancient Fiction”
Emma Benardete, Editor-in-Chief • November 10, 2023

Editor’s Note: This article contains mention of sexual harm. Last week, the Classics Department hosted the Charles Beebe Martin Classical Lectures, presented by Argyropoulos Chair of Hellenic Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara Helen Morales under the title “Art, Activism, and...

College fourth-year Liz Hawk and other students dance in “Patient 6183.”
Senior Capstone in Fall Forward Provides Account of Chronic Condition
Loie Schiller November 10, 2023

On Friday, Nov. 3, I walked into Warner Main and sat down on the crowded mats in front of the bleachers. I was there to see Fall Forward, the annual performance put on by the Oberlin College Dance department. Before I walked into the show, one of my friends told me that there was a controversy about...

Land Acknowledgement At Oberlin Is Collective Duty for Community
Isabel Handa November 10, 2023

Land acknowledgment is not just an issue for Indigenous people; it is the responsibility of Oberlin. In order to pay respect and promote visibility for the Indigenous people who came before others, land acknowledgment is a necessary duty for current residents. Members of the Oberlin community standing...

Students, parents, and community members browse through bins in the Free Store.
Free Store’s Bins Day Provided Extra Secondhand Clothes
Layla Wallerstein, Staff Writer • November 10, 2023

This past Sunday at 2 p.m., students, parents, and community members headed to Asia House’s basement for the Free Store’s Bins Day. The event took place in a small room lined with overflowing red bins. Within minutes, the room was filled with people.  The Free Store at Oberlin offers goods including...

Spiral Fusion
Kiley Flynn November 10, 2023

I was spiraling before I knew what spiraling meant.            My ivy vine vertebrae mimicked a city loft’s metal staircase,                     wrought-iron ribcage gnawing at imperfection from this spiral scoliosis.                                  They said...

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Weekly Crossword: What's in a Name?
November 10, 2023

____ Bernstein & ____ Erdahl, Production Editors; ____ Powell, Opinions Editor ACROSS 1. “Solitude” poet* 12. Float 13. Pubescent woe 14. Popular 2018 Netflix show 16. Charon’s fee 17. Strong electric battery charge, abbr. 18. Split ___ 20. Length x width x height, for short 21....

OUI hosts Media Night at the Cat in the Cream.
Obies for Undocumented Inclusion Hosts Undocuweek Media Night
Sadie Howard, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

On Monday, Obies for Undocumented Inclusion hosted Media Night at the Cat in the Cream as part of their 2023 Undocuweek. Other events from Undocuweek included a symposium on migration last Friday and Saturday, an UndocuAlly training on Thursday, and a dodgeball game on Friday. Initially, Media Night...

Andrew Guest, OC’99, speaks at an Obiewood panel.
Obiewood Panel Brings Alumni Experience in Entertainment to Current Students
Kathleen Kelleher, Senior Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

A panel of five Oberlin alumni working in the entertainment industry convened this past Wednesday over Zoom to talk about their experiences in the field and share advice for current students pursuing careers in film or television. The panel, hosted by Career Exploration and Development, was connected...

Del Water Gap performs in Columbus.
Del Water Gap Falters Initially, but Sticks Landing in Columbus Show
Lucy Curtis, Arts & Culture Editor • November 3, 2023

On Monday night, a friend and I made the two-hour trek to Columbus to see Del Water Gap perform at Newport Music Hall. My partner called us ridiculous for four hours of driving on a weeknight, but I have become a bit of a concert fiend over the last few years, and I assured her it would be worth it....

’Sco bookers are tasked with bringing artists to perform.
’Sco Booker Spotlight: From Paperwork to Performance
Calvin Ray Shawler, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

The high-energy ’Sco is a popular late-night destination in the basement of Wilder Hall where Oberlin students immerse themselves in bustling crowds, music, and lights. Students dance and sing along to a variety of modern artists ranging anywhere from jazz to rock and roll to lo-fi and everything in...

Lilly Baeza-Rangel
Lily Baeza-Rangel: Mellon Mays Undergraduate Research Fellow, First Generation Student
Ava Miller, News Editor • November 10, 2023

Lily Baeza-Rangel is a third-year Comparative American Studies and Hispanic Studies major with a minor in Writing and Communication. She was born in Guanajuato, México but grew up in the southern part of the U.S. for most of her life. On campus she conducts academic research, serves on the board of...

Hal Sundt
Hal Sundt: Visiting Assistant Professor of Writing and Communication
Karthik Ranganadhan, Senior Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

Hal Sundt, OC ’12, is a visiting assistant professor of Writing and Communication. He received his MFA from Columbia University. His work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Ringer, The American Scholar, and other publications. His article “Pythons of the Everglades” was recognized...

Michelle Johnson
Michelle Johnson: Scientist, Professor, Oberlin College Alum
Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief • October 27, 2023

Michelle Johnson, OC ’15, is an assistant professor of Neuroscience who joined the faculty this fall. Johnson received a Ph.D. from Emory University and was a postdoctoral fellow in the Malavika Raman lab at Tufts University. Her research focuses on the life cycle of the neuron and neurodegeneration. This...

From left to right: Jasper de Boor, Sarah Ying Ma, Max Ball, and Drew Dansby at the Fischoff Competition in May 2023.
Poiesis Quartet: Fischoff Grand Prize Winners
Emir Efe November 15, 2023

Quoted as an “emerging young ensemble to watch” by the Hyde Park Herald, the Poiesis Quartet was formed at Oberlin College and Conservatory during the fall semester of 2022. The members of the quartet are Conservatory fourth-year violinist Sarah Ying Ma, Conservatory fourth-year violinist Max Ball,...

Susie Ibarra plays Kulintang Gongs
Susie Ibarra: Composer, Percussionist, Interdisciplinary Sound Artist
Lyric Anderson, Conservatory Editor • October 27, 2023

Susie Ibarra is a Filipinx composer, percussionist, and sound artist. Many of Ibarra’s projects focus on both cultural and environmental preservation around the world, such as glacial sound mapping in Greenland, and effects of desertification as told by underrepresented female voices in Morocco. From...

Maíra Vianna in a Bibbins Hall classroom.
Dominique Arciero and Maíra Vianna: Singer-Songwriters, Producers, and Audio Engineers
Nicolas Stebbins, Senior Staff Writer • September 29, 2023

Dominique Arciero is a singer-songwriter currently based in Los Angeles. After performing with her two sisters in a band called the Lunabelles, Arciero turned to writing and recording her own music. She has created award-winning records and collaborated with many prolific musicians.  Originally from...

Julius Bailey
On The Record With Julius Bailey: Author of Philosophy Behind Modern Hip-Hop
Nikki Keating, Editor-in-Chief • November 10, 2023

Julius Bailey is chair of the department of Philosophy and Religion at Wittenberg University, as well as director of both the African & Diaspora Studies and the Justice, Law & Public Policy programs. Bailey, a cultural critic and theorist, presented his lecture, “Hip Hop and Bad Faith Democracy,...

Anjanette Hall
On The Record With Anjanette Hall, Actors' Process, Crossing Thresholds
Chloe Ko, Arts & Culture Editor • November 3, 2023

Anjanette Hall is an assistant professor of Theater who has performed in various productions in Northeast Ohio. Her most recent role was as adult Addie in the second half of Make Believe, a play by Tony nominee Bess Wohl about how the ghosts of childhood can haunt us as adults. Make Believe was selected...

Ardon Shorr
On The Record With Ardon Shorr, OC ’09: Where Science and Poetry Coincide
Lucy Curtis, Arts & Culture Editor • October 6, 2023

Ardon Shorr, OC ’09, graduated with degrees in Music Theory, Neuroscience, and Chemistry. He has since gone on to pursue a Ph.D. in Biology from Carnegie Mellon University and now teaches science writing and communication courses at Princeton University. His poem “Time Travel for Beginners” was...

Audrey Weber
In the Locker Room with Emily Ferrari and Audrey Weber, Co-Captains of Women’s Swim and Dive
Daisha Bouknight November 10, 2023

Emily Ferrari and Audrey Weber are both fourth-years and captains of the women’s swim and dive team. Weber is from the Cayman Islands, majoring in Anthropology, Hispanic Studies, and Latin American Studies and Ferrari is from Cooperstown, NY, majoring in Environmental Studies and Biology. Throughout...

Alex Cranmer talks about his career in Phillips Gym.
In The Locker Room with Alex Cranmer, Collegiate Rugby Player and T3 Athletic Trainer
James Foster, Sports Editor • November 3, 2023

Alex Cranmer is a former collegiate rugby player for the Bowling Green State University Falcons and currently works with Oberlin’s athletic teams as a T3 trainer. He was a five-time Mid-American Rugby Conference championship winner with the Falcons — who have been conference champions for 40 consecutive...

Austin, Brito, and Di Dio pose for media day.
In the Locker Room with Katie Austin, Mia Brito, and Alaina Di Dio, Softball Captains
Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor • October 27, 2023

Katie Austin, Mia Brito, and Alaina Di Dio are fourth-years on the softball team in addition to being captains and housemates. Austin is a Chemistry and Biochemistry major from San Diego, Brito is a History major from Covina, CA, and Di Dio is a Psychology major from Whitmore Lake, MI.  Since softball...

Black Student Athlete Group, Club Soccer, YeoFit Host Soccer Tournament
Andrea Nguyen, Sports Editor • November 10, 2023

This past Saturday, the Black Student Athlete Group, along with Oberlin Club Soccer and YeoFit, hosted a soccer tournament on Bailey Field. The matchup consisted of 9–10 players on each team and eight teams total, which included Koby’s BFFs, Him, Tacha’s Team, Nut Jacks, Amandla, Tinta’s Warriors,...

Andréa Jones, Lauren Sands, Taylor Gwynne
Thank You Letter to Oberlin Volleyball
Taylor Gwynne, Andréa Jones, and Lauren Sands November 10, 2023

This has been a historic season. We just completed the first winning season in 43 years and hosted the first ever playoff game in Oberlin Volleyball history. As three seniors who just played our last game, this is really challenging to write. We don’t want our journeys to end, but we couldn’t imagine...

NWSL SD Wave defender Naomi Girma chases an OL Reign player.
Sports Weekly Updates: Week of 11/10
Micah Rodriguez, Staff Writer • November 10, 2023

National Women’s Soccer League Championships Tomorrow, Gotham FC and OL Reign will square off in the 2023 National Women’s Soccer League Championship game on Bashor Field at Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego. A new champion will be crowned this season; Gotham hadn’t won a playoff game since 2013...

Manchester City won the Champions League last season.
Champions League Brings Best of World Soccer
Rodrigo Llaguno, Senior Staff Writer • November 10, 2023

Every year, the Union of European Football Associations hosts the most prestigious club soccer competition: the UEFA Champions League. The Champions League, which started in 1955, consists of 32 teams from 55 different European countries. For teams in some countries, qualification for the Champions League...

Oberlin’s field hockey seniors pose during Senior Night.
Cross Country, Football, Field Hockey Celebrate Senior Night
Daisha Bouknight November 3, 2023

This past week, three varsity teams hosted their annual Senior Night, a ceremony to honor the graduating class. The seniors were celebrated for their continued dedication and hard work, as well as their accomplishments in their respective teams throughout their time at Oberlin.  For the first time,...

Coach Jim Harbaugh tosses the ball to quarterback J.J. McCarthy.
Unpacking University of Michigan Football Scandal
Andrea Nguyen and Micah Rodriguez November 3, 2023

On Oct. 17, top National Collegiate Athletic Association officials were given documents and videos from an outside investigative firm about the University of Michigan football program utilizing sign stealing, which consists of various methods — in this case, illegal methods defined by the NCAA —...

Cross Country Has Successful Start to Post Season in NCAC Championships
Rodrigo Llaguno, Senior Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

On Oct. 28, the cross country team competed in the North Coast Athletic Conference Championships at Denison University. This was the start of the postseason for the cross country team as they look forward to their next two and final events, a meet at The College of Wooster and the NCAA regional championship...

New sports are proposed for LA2028.
Sports Weekly Updates: Week of 11/3
James Foster, Sports Editor • November 3, 2023

Texas Rangers Win World Series, Marte’s Streak Ends In an unlikely matchup in the 2023 Major League Baseball World Series between two wild-card teams, the Texas Rangers dominated, winning in five games over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The team’s victory is their first World Series crown in franchise...

Oberlin’s field hockey team celebrates their win.
Field Hockey Gets Victory in Penalty Shootout After Intense Game
Rodrigo Llaguno, Senior Staff Writer • October 27, 2023

Last weekend, the Oberlin women’s field hockey team earned their second win of the season against Transylvania University. This is the team’s first home win this year, realized at Bailey Field. “It feels great,” fourth-year Ruby Schreiber said. “We haven’t had a lot of home games this year,...

Seniors on the women’s volleyball, women’s soccer, and men’s soccer teams celebrate.
Veteran Fourth-Year Celebrated on Senior Night
James Foster, Sports Editor • October 27, 2023

Each year, every team at Oberlin has a “Senior Night,” a home game with a ceremony that highlights its seniors who have dedicated their time, energy, and passion to their sport for most of their time at Oberlin. This past week, three teams held their Senior Nights and celebrated the collegiate careers...

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