Off the Bar Power Returns Lords of the Ball Coffee with Eiffel
A chat with Zoe Stone amidst the bottles at the Feve.Writer re-examines Cat Power in the light of her new album and her recent Oberlin concert.The Yeomen come out with a victory against the Kenyon College Lords.Deceased Professor Caldwell’s students build an Eiffel tower of his coffee cups.
The Oberlin Review
February 17, 2006

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Masters Program to be Reinstituted

The Oberlin Master of Arts in Teaching program was established in June 1960 but due to a number of circumstances, including a decrease in federal funding, the program was suspended in 1971.

SCA Project Gets Funding

Years of extensive planning by the recent Oberlin graduates heading the East College Street Project culminated recently when they secured the funds to break ground this coming fall.

Also in news:
Town’s Living Wage Debate Lives On
Michelle Malkin, Alumna Pundit, Lambastes the Left
Referendum Results Are in and Obie Discussion Continues
Oberlin Activism Endures

Fall 2005 Student Senate Referendum Results
Oberlin in History: Creative Writing, extraneous bikes
Off the Cuff: Zoe Stone
A Day in the Life with Anna Isaacson


Yeomen Triumph Over Lords

The Oberlin Yeomen completed their home schedule this week, splitting two games in the friendly confines of Phillips Gymnasium.

Yeowomen Bid Farewell to Reitz in Final Game

The Yeowomen were fired up for their last home game but were unable to come away with a victory.

Also in sports:
Swim Teams Find Success at Conference Meet
Outside Oberlin: Competition Heats Up in 2006 Olympics
Outside Oberlin: Football Leaves Spotlight on NBA Midseason
In the Locker Room with Kiri and Bryne Ulmschneider