News Headlines

Cincinnati Court Questions Affirmative Action Policies
At 5 a.m. on Thursday, while most of the campus slept, a chartered bus full of Oberlin students headed south to Cincinnati to participate in a rally in support of affirmative action. The rally was held in Fountain Square, a half block away from the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, where nine judges, seven white and two black, are currently deciding whether the affirmative action policy of the undergraduate and law schools of the University of Michigan are constitutional.

Brown Speaks on Sept.11 Politics

New Methods Come To Student Health

History Dept. Searches Underway

OSAP Lays Off Worker and Moves Farm to New Location

The Tartest Lemonade Around

ODI Focuses On Sustainable Development Projects

Security Notebook


December 6
February 2002

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