Will You Marry Me, Lynda Barry? Softball: Sliding Success The Man Behind The Desk Arts Invasion
Discover the humorous charm that left one love-struck reporter breathless.Yeowomen have their first success in an NCAC match in three years.Meet Dan Lubinski, Wilder employee and drag racer, in this week’s Off The Cuff.A billowing wave of ArtsFest swept over Oberlin College last weekend.
The Oberlin Review
April 21, 2006

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Pyle Kitchen Fails Fire Inspection

When Oberlin Fire Chief Dennis Kirin made a routine inspection of Pyle Inn Co-op’s kitchen on Friday, April 7, he did not like what he found. The hood over the cooking range did not comply with recently-updated fire codes...

Youths Work to Lower Energy Costs

In 2005, the City of Oberlin spent over $14 million in energy costs; however, none of that money stayed in the local community. This calculation was determined by Youth Energy Squad co-founder Avery Book, OC ’05.

Also in news:
Gina Perez Wins Book Award
Faculty Postpones Decision on Sustainable Construction
Local Candidates Speak at First Church
OPIRG’s Campus Fast Helps Homeless
Beltane Keynote Speaker Urges Pagan Revival

Oberlin in History: A protest ends in violence
Off the Cuff: Dan Lubinski


Men’s Lacrosse Wins Third Consecutive Game

After last Saturday’s 19-6 victory over Shenandoah College, the Oberlin men’s lacrosse team felt that it was necessary to finish off their opponents with style and lots of goals.

Baseball Flexes Offensive Muscle

It has been an up-and-down week for the Oberlin baseball team.

Also in sports:
Track Competes at All-Ohio
Softball Wins First League Match in Three Years
Women’s Lacrosse Fights Hard in Recent Defeat
Men’s Tennis .500 in NCAC
Yeowomen Lose to Big Red
In The Locker Room with Beth Sebian