Student wages stir controversy
by Jesse Baer

A recent article in Swarthmore College’s student newspaper, the Phoenix, reports that Oberlin pays student workers lower wages than any other liberal arts college in the Consortium on Financing Higher Education.
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Natya sparkles in ancient dance
by S. Roy

Last Saturday, Finney Chapel was filled with the rhythmic noises of dancing bells and classical South Indian music. As a part of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Natya, a Bharat Natyam dance troupe based in Chicago enchanted the audience for two hours.
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Reinvigorated SAAC sponsors Kids Fun Day
by Laurie Stein

A parachute landed outside Phillips Gymnasium last Sunday, bringing about 20 children in grades K-5 along with it.
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Goldsmith implores order

To the Editors:
Protesting is an Oberlin tradition that is almost as old as the College, and Thursday, March 20 — Day X — was an example of that tradition at its best, as well as an illustration of the things we have yet to learn about protesting.
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