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Co-opers Brainstorm Future of Pyle and OSCA
By Maya Curry
With the fate of Pyle Inn co-op up in the air, Oberlin Student Cooperative Association members gathered with OSCA officers last Sunday in West Lecture Hall...
Activist Chilean Judge to Speak at Commencement
By Emma Dumain
Oberlin College has a long history of bringing internationally-recognized activists to campus as Commencement speakers, running the gamut from Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1965 to the Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1987.
Also in news:
Im/migration Rights Series Starts with Panel
Student Forum with Dye Hits the Hot-Button Issues
Pundits Engage in Death Penalty Debate
Obies Recognized for SITES Program
Linguist Expounds on Arabic’s Endurance in Lecture
Class Council Statements
Town Members Challenge Local HS Mascot
AIDS Talk Preaches Caution
Oberlin in History: The Pyle Rat
Off the Cuff: Caleb Baker
Women’s Lacrosse Dominates in Recent Games
By Moose Terry
The women’s lacrosse team has instilled the fear of death into their
last three opponents.
Track and Field Players Achieve Personal Bests
By Rachel Welsh
On Saturday, April 22, the Oberlin College men’s and women’s
track and field teams traveled to Kenyon for the Kenyon Invitational.
Also in sports:
Women’s Tennis Splits Recent Games
Men’s Tennis Team Slides Past Earlham
Oberlin Basketball Duo Invited to Play Overseas
Baseball Finishes NCAC Season on Low Note
World Cup 2006 on Horizon, Global Hysteria Sets In: Part 1
Men’s Lacrosse Loses Tough One to Fighting Scots
Softball Drops Recent Doubleheaders
In The Locker Room with Henry Schneider