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October 31, 2003
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Wal-Mart Corp. plans Oberlin development

A developer affiliated with Wal-Mart Corp. has approached the city about annexing property just south of town, exerting pressure on city and township officials to finalize a revenue-sharing agreement that could spur new development in the area.

Ten Oberlin students singled out for Internet filesharing

Ten Oberlin students have been sent to Judicial Board and numerous others warned or sanctioned for violating copyright rules this fall.

More news
NCAA verdict out
MRC leader Beverly passes
OC unions light unity bonfire
Families speak out
Glick reflects on sources of gender inequality
City Council candidates debate College concerns
Community Events Calendar
News Briefs


Field hockey captures share of first in NCAC

The Oberlin women's field hockey team won four of their last five games to set a school record with nine conference wins.

Yeomen fall to Wabash 38-6

Last Saturday the Oberlin College football team surrendered their three-game winning streak to Wabash College, as the Little Giants' offense proved too much for the Yeomen in a 38-6 victory.

More sports
Runners prepare for NCAC meet
Volleyball reaches double digit win total
Yeowomen fall to Kenyon 4-1
In the Locker Room with Tessa Stevens and Amber Coleman
NCAC Roundup
Is LeBron James the real deal?
Yeomen ensure at least .500 finish


Looking downfield: Junior quarterback Ryan Squatrito looks for an open receiver in the Yeomen's 14-7 victory over nationally-ranked Wooster on Oct. 11. The Yeomen later lost to Wabash, breaking a three-game winning streak.
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Boys and girls of "Summer" ambitious

Choice. Truth. Darkness. Struggle. Poetry. For the content alone, "Suddenly Last Summer" is a play worth seeing.

Reid transcends geography

Unlike many of the other, more well-known theaters in central London, the Lyric Hammersmith Theater in West London has only a modern red sign making it conspicuous.

More arts
Jack Black rocks the family
Don't Kill Bill's soundtrack
Pop Culture Digest: DDR Craze reaches new heights
Arts Calendar
Film Calendar


Privacy protection tips offered
Corrections to "Off the Cuff"
Five minutes on the swing
Student takes Dean to task on qualifications
Climbing wall open to anyone
Student gives endorsement
Professor supports Gardner for city council
Head out to the voting booths
Student involvement needed
"Martyrs": Muslims against suicide bombings
Choose Soucy and Haverstock
Support these three
Gardner for council
Alum urges everyone to vote
Kickin' Game
Gardner's qualifications for city council position
Sound energy with candidates
Vote Eli Rosenfeld
Choose the three
Garbage collection disruptive
Progress through Sandburg, Gardner & Peterson
Gardner's the right choice
Alcohol help given
Jindra for council president
Choose the three
Trio will improve town-gown
Ensemble laughter disrespects
Halloween greeting
Point: Mahathir strikes out