Students for Sherrod A Celebration Supreme OC Tennis Tromps Supporting RAs
Students aid Sherrod Brown’s Senate campaign.Black Musicians Guild celebrates Coltrane.Men’s tennis remains undefeated.Do RAs deserve a pay raise?
The Oberlin Review
March 3, 2006

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Students Present Concerns to Trustees

An unusually large number of both trustees and students attended last night’s Class Trustees open forum.

Also in news:
Student Senate Results Arrive
EPA Honors Oberlin for Purchasing Green Energy
Oberlin Works to Raise Minimum Wage
FCC Requires “Tapping” of Students
In Memoriam: Two Oberlin Community Members Will Be Missed
Big Parade is in Jeopardy
Oberlin Resident to be “Next” on MTV
AIDS Brought Close to Home by Alum

Oberlin in History: “Women’s Hours”
Off the Cuff: Tom Reid
A Day in the Life with Anna Isaacson


Men’s Tennis Undefeated, Moves to 6-0 for Year

The Yeomen tennis squad has been on a roll in recent games, winning each match convincingly.

Track and Field has Last Home Meet of Season

It was a bittersweet moment for senior Oberlin track and field pole-vaulter Shean Perry as he faced the runway for the last home meet of his career.

Also in sports:
Men’s Lacrosse Looking Forward to Spring Season
Rhinos Ready to Rumble
Chemistry to Lead Yeomen Through Season
In the Locker Room with the Goldman brothers