The Oberlin Review
February 27, 2004

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Services will be held for lost students

A campus memorial service for juniors Zachary Tucker and Ben Caraco, who were killed in a one car accident last Friday, will be held Tuesday, March 9 at 7 p.m. in Finney Chapel.

New profs may teach CAS

The English department filled two new positions this week in Contemporary Comparative American Ethnic Literature.

Also in news:
Economic advisor funded by College
Budget clouds meeting
Local candidates discuss themselves
ISO calls to foreign students
Asian/Pacific American Conference engages
Looking back, voting aheadIndigenous rightsMountaintop removal blowsLangston leaves a legacyNader announces presidential bid, againKerry speaks to Cleveland crowdFundraising effort completed
Community Events Calendar


Men's Basketball defeats Earlham

Seniors earn a victory in game against Earlham

Yeowoman lose final game

The Yeowomen basketball team ended their season on two low notes as they dropped their final two games to Earlham and Wittenberg on Feb. 21 and 24, respectively.

Also in sports:
Track in Cleveland Invitational
Men's Tennis starts season with 7-0 victory
Aikido continues tradition
Women's tennis wins big


One face, many identities

"Of Chicks, Dicks, and Chinks" last Friday delivered exactly what it promised. As part of the recent APA conference, kt shorb, OC '02, returned to bring her one-person monologue/spoken word/lip synching work-in-progress to the eager audience of the Cat in the Cream.

New Music Scores

"I've been in the concert business for over 50 years, and I've never heard my music played that well," composer Donald Erb gushed after violin professor Gregory Fulkerson's performance of his Sonata for Solo Violin (1994) last Sunday night in Kulas Recital Hall.

Also in arts:
Pyramids on 125th Street: Hill on the Egyptian Revival
Pop Culture Digest: Sex and the City Finale
APA performance shocks, moves and educates
Growden sings of sex, birds
2004 Oscars aim to deliver excitement as usual
Jackie-O set to rock the ’Sco
FAVA Main Street Reading Series proves successful
Arts Calendar


CIT director explains quota
Senior calls on students to vote, ensure others can vote
Evans responds to Kimmel
Oberlin Chief of Police responds to Glenn’s letter
The real Kaplan
Review careless with penis story
Students question reduced print quota
Think civil liberties March 2
Vote for Jack Kilroy
Shansi introduces new student prize
Kilroy for Co. Commissioner
Students decry strayed talk
Smell of pea soup
Food: Exploring “the works” from region to region
Editorial: Beverly left diverse legacy