The Oberlin Review
February 20, 2004

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Beverly left void in center

The late MRC coordinator Rachel Beverly played a unique and important role in student life at Oberlin, which most people who knew her agree will be impossible to replace.

Hockey penis likely banned

Oberlin Plague hockey players and fans are stumped over the possibility that the five foot papier-mache penis, a fixture of their home games, may be nipped.

Also in news:
Landlords upset by Union housing
Brown in today's world
Panel discusses life of Said
Rentals get swarm
ExCo and Volunteer Fairs help keep Obies busy
The tale of Pabst Blue Ribbon
Asian and Pacific Americans explore identity
Origins of self-righteousness
Tighter security for foreign students
Meet the candidates
Off the Cuff: Joseph Ferut
Security Notebook
Community Events Calendar


Men's Tennis preps

Head coach Donald Hunsinger enters his 19th season at the helm of the men's tennis team with great aspirations for his veteran core of players.

Field hockey enjoys season

In a season that saw the team's win column reach double figures, and individuals and the entire crew win several conference and national awards, it is clear that the field hockey team was an early success of the new athletic agenda.

Also in sports:
Basketball loses a heartbreaker
Swimmers improve as the season nears its end
Men's and women's track teams take on several
Club Corner: Bowlers travel to neighboring Michigan to roll


Author forges a fictional space

Last Tuesday, Haitian author Marie-Celie Agnant presented a lecture titled "The Place of Women Writers in the Francophone Caribbean" in Craig Lecture Hall, hosted by Oberlin's Italian and French Center.

Three Sisters success

The extended monologues of Chekov's provincial Russian dramas can really bring a person down. Director Matthew Wright's rendition of Three Sisters, however, succeeded in creating a captivating and provoking show.

Also in arts:
Puppets and their secret love lives
Mystic River flows to the Apollo and out of favor
Pianist couple plays Warner
Roland's guitar and vest entertain
Spoken word poetry slams into Oberlin hall
Roses and the sounds of love bloom at Soul Session
Pop Culture Digest
Arts Preview
Arts Calendar


Cops treat student harshly
Evans' PB and J is confused
Kucinich speech offered little
New printing system: good idea, poor execution
Alumnus questions Oberlin's appearance in film Eurotrip
Copy editors have opinions, too: Presidential race
Editorial: Review will not lower standards