Office of Chaplaincy Falls Under Budget’s Razor
by Michelle Sharkey

A group of concerned students met Wednesday to discuss the possibility that the College will reduce the position of Protestant Chaplain to part-time. In an April 16 meeting, the Protestant Chaplain, Rev. Fred Lassen, was allegedly informed that the College administration had decided to reduce his position and salary by half for the coming school year. The latest in a series of cutbacks designed to offset the College’s budget deficit, the move will have a significant impact on students if carried out.
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American Dream Turns Expectations Inside Out

by Faith Richards

When most people think of the American dream, they think of Horatio Alger and the possibility of making it big in the New World. However, whatever expectations are brought to Edward Albee’s play The American Dream, these ideas will be turned upside down and inside out throughout the course of the performance.
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Tennis Teams Prep for Conference Tournaments
by Colin Smith

It’s crunch time for the Oberlin men’s and women’s tennis teams.
The women’s team lost its final match of the regular season Thursday night to NCAC rival Kenyon, leaving them in third place in the conference.
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Review Arts Implores Help to End Shoddy Event Coverage

To the Editors:

As an arts writer for The Oberlin Review, I want to join the call of those who feel Oberlin’s flagship publication does not do justice in covering arts events on this campus. Unlike many organizations when criticized, I would like to assert that the entire hierarchy of the arts section stands firmly in support of those who demand increased campus arts coverage. This letter, in response to senior James Blachly’s perspective, comes in full support of an improved, more informative arts section, and I commend Blachly for his time in highlighting this point.
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