The Oberlin Review
September 24, 2004

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Delays cripple CIT network

CIT technicians are currently working round-the-clock to fix a series of computer bugs which have led to massive delays on the campus servers this week.

Jazz program set to escape shadows

For three decades, Oberlin’s jazz students have competed with rancorous aerobics classes and intramural basketball games when practicing or rehearsing in their secluded Hales Gymnasium home.

Also in news:
Little demand for co-ed dorm rooms
OCOPE and College meet to begin mediated discussions
Senate resolves money woes
ResLife’s LaFond tenders resignation
Oberlin inches up the U.S. News College rankings
Heinz pitches stepfather John Kerry to Oberlin
The ’60s: Protests and tear gas
City council gives out promotions and vacations
News Brief
Off the Cuff: Adam Sorkin


Scots lack fight, Yeowomen undefeated in NCAC

The Yeowomen downed long-time rival Wooster College 2-1 Tuesday in an intense game that went into double overtime. The win takes Oberlin’s record to an even 3-3.

Hockey attempts to rebuild team, image

Two words: wicked cool. Through a combination of skilled players and beginners, crazed fans and a biohazard of a nickname, the Plague carves itself a chilly place in the OC student’s heart. For those that have never seen Oberlin’s club hockey team in action, for shame! One on both of your houses.

Also in sports:
Ramsey instills honor into players
Club Sports: Rhinos take it hard to Ashland in first win
Outside Oberlin
Women’s soccer gets shut out by Westminster
Volleyball continues to struggle in loss
Soccer ties Case Western in a comeback thriller
In the Locker Room with...Vlado Pupinoski


Close-up on Field Magazine

Ever wonder where today’s great poets are getting their first shot at fame? The answer is right here at Oberlin—in the basement of Peters Hall, where the editors and staff of Field literary magazine and Oberlin College Press are hard at work, keeping the craft of poetry alive.

Local Pittsburgh band rocks Oberlin

Is there such a thing as too much rocking out? After all, rocking out is pretty much the point of rock music: the sound, high energy and excitement of the music builds up anticipation to the point where the listener is supposed to beg for it. A song is special because of that coming together, that climax in the sound when everything opens up.

Also in arts:
Punk band trio draws diverse crowd to ’Sco
Innovative folk at the Cat
Faculty recital sets high bar
Folk duo revels in sweetness
The Ditty Who’s? LA’s honkey-tonk masterpiece


Editorial: Bring back sexual assault hotline
Alumni encourage voting
More Letters to the Editor
Lebanese Columne: A strange land
Monkey Talks: Saving: the next generation