Love is in the Air Shakespeare in Oberlin Basketball Wins! Referendum Returns
Professors give advice on how to find love this Valentine’s Day.Production of Romeo and Juliet captures the comedy in Shakespeare’s classic.Men win first game of the season; Women defeat Hiram.Last fall’s referendum comes back with results.
The Oberlin Review
February 10, 2005

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The Revamped London Program Has Returned

Nearly one year after the administration suspended the Danenberg Oberlin-in-London program because of financial difficulties, Provost Al MacKay announced last December, after months of planning, that the program would be revived this fall.

Community Members Will Be Missed

“Teryl and Enola are like an institution at Oberlin,” said Gina Fusco, manager of the Decafé, referring to twins Teryl Ann Porter and Enola Bowen, who worked as cashiers there.

Also in news:
Dye Cuts the Ribbon on Hybrid Cars at Oberlin
Oberlin Vies For More MENA Studies
Rabbi Discusses Sexuality and God
Professors Tell Love Stories
Cars Around College Vandalized in Spree
North Campus Goes Wireless
Eco-Friendly Truck up for Raffle

Fall 2005 Student Senate Referendum Results
Off the Cuff: Adina Langer and Ben Seibel


Patience and Persistence Pay Off for Yeowomen

Last week’s loss to Kenyon did not faze the Yeowomen as they defeated Hiram College 72-63 Wednesday night in Philips Gymnasium.

Yeomen Triumph in Triple Overtime Win

The Oberlin College men’s basketball team has gone 1-2 since the start of February.

Also in sports:
Super Bowl Fails to Catch Oberlin Interest
In the Locker Room with Quinton Spencer
Freestylin’ Over Winter Term
Track and Field Prepares for Spring Season
Getting Personal with “Golden” Oscar De La Hoya