The Oberlin Review
October 6, 2006

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Journalist and Activist Talks Earth Issues

“The future is, if not wide open, at least half open.”

Law Impedes Student Votes

Students opened their OCMR mailboxes last week to find yet another reminder to vote in the upcoming Nov. 7 election: a voter registration form accompanied by an absentee application form.

Also in News:
College Works Toward Green Purchasing
Former Ambassador Sheds New Light on War Ethics
Bones Unearth Faculty Interest
Student Taps Spiritual Realm
Students Consider Forming NAACP Chapter
Who’s Who in Ohio’s Election Races
Senate Election Declared Particularly Smooth

This Week in Oberlin History: "A lot of growing going on" among '60s Oberlin students
Off the Cuff: Casey Ashenhurst


Football Overpowers Hiram 28-14

In its first North Coast Athletic Conference game of the season, the Oberlin College football team defeated the Hiram College Terriers.

Women’s Soccer Loses Heartbreaker in Last Minute

The Oberlin College women’s soccer team played their first official North Coast Athletic Conference game of the season this past Tuesday.

Also in Sports:
Field Hockey Struggles in Front of Goal
Men’s Soccer Shut Out by Allegheny
Rugby Rookies Shine in Kenyon Thrashing
Oberlin Bowling on the Rise
Yeowomen Volleyball Shutout by Marietta
In the Locker Room: Virginia Covalt