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The Oberlin Review
April 7, 2006

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Off-Campus Housing Policy Aggravates Students

While in Oberlin’s past all seniors were guaranteed off-campus housing, this year only 465 students were allowed off-campus.

CFC Considers Four Faculty Cuts

For the first time since the proposal not to refill the vacated Asian-American History professorship last semester, College Faculty Council and Educational Plans and Policies Committee have identified four more positions that are under consideration for elimination.

Also in news:
Obies Camp Out for Peace in Darfur
Overcoming Challenges, Drag Ball Will Survive
Gender-Neutral Housing Plans Delayed
Bye Bye Books: The Catalog Goes
Nurse Lectures on Disease Clusters and Wellington Health
Groups Protect Economic Human Rights
Lecturer Explains the Beginning of Gender Stereotypes

Oberlin in History: Pied trustees
Off the Cuff: Chris Baymiller


Softball Suns, Runs and Gets a Win in Florida

The Oberlin College softball team faced some great competition and warm weather on their recent week-long escapade to Florida.

Tennis Team Rollercoasters through Spring Break

The Yeomen tennis team has had a good run these past few weeks.

Also in sports:
Women’s Lacrosse Stumbles and Dances Along West Coast
Big Red Proves Too Much for Yeomen
Major League Baseball Swings into Action
Baseball Remains Optimistic After Slow Start
Outdoor Track and Field Begins