The Oberlin Review
April 16, 2004

Weather for Oberlin.OH provided by
Powered by Weather

eRev — the electronic Review: News, weather, sports and more, in your ObieMail every Monday and Thursday mornings. (Click here to subscribe.)


Sexual assault line terminated

The campus sexual assualt hotline has been shut down after Sexual Assault Support Team members claimed the hotline was racist.

College to buy green energy

The College is finalizing an agreement between the town and its local utility to purchase 60 percent of its electrical energy from green sources that minimize environmental damage in the process of energy production.

Also in news:
Allen curator hired
Trustee culture questioned
OSCA and ResLife at impasse
Financial aid outpaces tuition
Annual downtown Easter egg hunt erupts in chaos
Living Machine solicits solid student contribution
Stackman to leave Oberlin
Alumnae Perspective
Transgender issues addressed
Sex, lies, and fraternization
Hunger Cleanup to help out Saturday
U.S. ambassador lectures on Middle East policy
News Brief: OPLUS, SURF sponsor forum
Off the Cuff: Serguei Oushakine
News Calendar


Oberlin baseball drops five games in four days

Since returning from their spring break trip to Ft. Myers, Fla. with a break-even record of 6-6, Eric Lahetta’s Oberlin baseball squad has dropped five out of a grueling six games in four days.

Softball wins its first game

The planets were aligned this Monday when the Oberlin women’s softball squad devoured Lorain County Community College 19-9. The victory marks Oberlin’s first victory of the season.

Also in sports:
Women’s lacrosse splits the week
Tennis wins one, loses two
Lacrosse loses in last minute
Coleman wins NCAC award
Women’s tennis defeats Wooster
In the Locker room with...Kiel Rohrbacher, Joe Dehondt, and R.J. Parker


Oberlin alums eighth blackbird the nest

Last Saturday night was clearly a triumph for the members of eighth blackbird; they returned to Finney Chapel as part of the Artist Recital Series a mere eight years after forming the ensemble while at Oberlin.

Orchestra wows with Mahler

Any performance of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony is a miassive event; its mere execution is something of a success in itself.

Also in arts:
Spring Back brings variety to Warner
Pop Culture Digest: Modest Mouse heads for the mainstream
What rhymes with Berio?
Patience showcases aesthetic virtues of OGASP
Arts Calendar


Keller commentary critique
Found “innocent” in Oberlin?
Gallope’s commentary raises important concerns
More College Rhythm needed
Drag Ball history
Sexism in Oberlin revisted
Amazing students
ResLife needs to revise lving policy for Firelands
SAST hotline terminated
Parking in Tappan needed
Survey invitation
Walker is an alias
Dye: Oberlin’s biggest detriment?
Examining diversity in OC’s administration
Kimmel’s depravity
Editorial: SAST's future / Grape standards