The Oberlin Review
February 9, 2007

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First Arabic Class Overflows

On Monday, over 70 students struggled to make their way into a Peters classroom where Professor Marie-Claude Thomas was teaching the College’s first Arabic course...

Black History Month Events Aim High

Adorning the posters for this year’s Black History Month celebration are three Ashanti Adinkra symbols representing endurance, imperishability and the perpetual existence of one’s spirit.

Also in News:
Environmental Nonprofit Gives Oberlin a C+
Presidential Search Update
This Week in Oberlin History: Feline homelessness
Off the Cuff: Marie-Claude Thomas


Four Set Sights on Nationals

Last Saturday afternoon sophomore runner Nicky Ouellet was shopping for pants at Urban Outfitters when she received a strange call from track coach Ray Appenheimer...

Swimming Escapes Ohio Cold

The Oberlin swimming and diving team took to the pools this Winter Term, surviving the cold temperatures by taking a training trip to Florida in early January.

Also in Sports:
B-ball’s First NCAC Win
In the Locker Room: Samantha and Calvin Kyrkostas
Indoor Track Briefs
Men’s Basketball Plagued by Injuries Over Break