The Oberlin Review
December 5, 2003

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Allen medical close to merger

Negotiations are currently underway to finalize a merger between Oberlin’s Allen Memorial Medical Center and Community Health Partners.

Obies protest trade talks

Eight Oberlin students joined roughly 10,000 other demonstrators in Miami on Nov. 20 to protest talks between 34 nations that seek to create a free trade zone spanning the entire Western hemisphere.

Also in news:
Mega-buck Science Center impresses
Worker petitions against CDS
Trustees hear new concerns
New kiosk opens for business
Budget big issue for OC trustees
Obies join protest against military school
Off the Cuff: Katherine Solander
Security Notebook
Community Events Calendar
News Brief


Yeomen reverse two of last season’s losses

The Yeomen have racked up three wins and two losses, reigning victorious over Heidelberg, Notre Dame College and Manchester while falling to John Jay and Baldwin-Wallace.

Yeowomen top Notre Dame 74-68

The Oberlin College women’s basketball team opened their season with a win and a loss at the Greater Cleveland Tip-Off Tournament Nov. 21-22.

Also in sports:
Indoor track opens season
Titans shocked on Monday night
In the Locker Room with Teresa Collins, indoor track
Athlete of the Week: Nicole Burford
NCAC/National Roundup


Students take on challenge of Copenhagen

The play dissected a historic and mysterious meeting between two of the past century's greatest physicists, Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr, masterfully revealing that human behavior and perception is not altogether different than the study of sub-atomic particles.

Tallis singers grace Oberlin

Whatever one’s religious convictions, it is difficult to deny that the sacred church music of 16th and 17th century Italian composers resonates as strongly today as ever before.

Also in arts:
Dances with blocks
Pop Culture Digest
Arts Preview: The Black Keys
Arts Calendar


Pro-Life coverage slanted
Encouragement for diversity
Full financial transparency
Honor Code violations and the consequences
Senate elections
Finger to students
Distinguish India and Gujurat
Onions: the great unwashed
Perspectives: Have you decided what your Winter Term project will be?
Editorial: No cuts to College academic programs