Suspect is charged with assualts in three counties
Jonah A. Locke was arrested on Tuesday for the assaults of women in three Ohio counties. Police believe Locke to be responsible for six assaults committed in Oberlin since October. Two students were assaulted over the weekend.
Students to fight CFC's EXWR tenure decision
Students responded to the College Faculty Council's decision last week to deny a third tenure position to the Expository Writing Program. Students plan to write a letter to the Educational Plans and Policies Committee stating their opinions.
Event organized by students, held for first time
As part of Black History Month celebrations, the first Image Awards were held Sunday. The event honored African-American faculty and staff students felt contributed to the African-American community on campus.
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Rat dissection still a controversy
Oberlin Animal Rights plans to circulate petitions next week supporting a new policy for the biology department. The group is opposed to mandatory use of a pre-dissected rat on an exam in Biology118 and 119.
Krasnow first to recieve Rees Fellowship
Sophomore Sam Krasnow was the first Oberlin student to be awarded the Albert Rees Fellowship. As the recipient he spent Winter Term working in the Council of Economic Advisors in DC. He recently flew to D.C. to attend a ceremony in the White House.
Ownership of Nez Perce artifacts questioned
A 30-year saga surrounding the ownership of a collection of Nez Perce Indian artifacts may come to a close in June. The dispute has been between the Oberlin Historical Society and the Nez Perce tribe.
Fair has interactive booths to simulate disabilities
A disability fair was held on Wednesday to educate students and faculty about mental, physical and learning disabilities. The fair was sponsored by Students Overcoming Barriers in Education.