A Call To Action ’Tis the Season? Going for Brokeback? Running Strong
Students share knowledge of the Darfur genocide.Wankery reports on the war on Christmas.It’s Golden Globe season in Wanton Distraction.The Yeorunners face intense competition in a Dec. 9 meet.
The Oberlin Review
December 16, 2005

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Senate Referendum Does Not Meet Its Quota

The recent Student Senate referendum has hit a stumbling block this semester. The quota of 50 percent participation has yet to be met, even though the prescribed one-week voting window has closed.

Alum Brings Biodiesel to Oberlin

The former Main Street Marathon gas station, located south of downtown Oberlin, appears vacant from the outside. Inside, however...

Also in news:
Grants Yield Interesting Winter Term Projects
Rugby Team Releases Nude Calendar
Students Teach About Darfur Genocide
Obies Recruit Katrina Relief Volunteers
Visiting Lecturer Explores the Conflicted Virtues of Samurai

Science: Religion & Science: Can’t We Get Along?
Off the Cuff: Harrison Demchick
This Week in Oberlin History:
   Faculty eliminations predux


Track and field speed through meet at KSU

Oberlin’s indoor track and field squads traveled up to Kent State on Dec. 9 to compete in the Golden Flash Gala.

Men’s basketball falls to Hiram Dec. 10
The Yeomen dropped to 0 and 10 Saturday when they lost to winless Hiram. The Yeomen will start the new year Tuesday, Jan. 3 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.

Also in sports:
Yeowomen fall to Allegheny
In the Locker Room with Christine Castilla