Men’s Lacrosse Sticks Kenyon OC Plague...Literally Women’s Lacrosse Wins Final Game of the Season Springtime Strumming
Men’s lacrosse finishes season at home against KenyonContrary to popular belief, it’s not cafeteria food that’s making you sick. We’ve got the scoop.Women’s lacrosse defeats Wittenberg in nail-biter to close out the season.Check out the details of this year’s Folk Fest.
The Oberlin Review
May 5, 2006

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ResEd to Fix Pyle Oven Hood

After nearly a month of nail biting and negotiating, the College has agreed to fix the faulty oven hood in the Pyle Inn co-operative kitchen this summer.

Take Me Out to the Big Parade

Beautiful spring weather marked the fifth annual Big Parade and Festival that took place last Saturday on Tappan Square.

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Obies Walk Out for Im/migrant Rights
As Anti-Abortion Activists Protest, Students Respond
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Have Universities Gone Wild?
The Creative Writing Program: An Inside Story
Primary Election Roundup
Students Express Academic Concerns at Senate Forum
Viral Outbreak on Campus
Advocates Push to Institute a Higher Minimum Wage in Ohio

Oberlin in History: Immigration Slowdown
Off the Cuff: Jim Walsh


Women’s Lacrosse Wins Last NCAC Game of Season

The lacrosse team went into its final game of the season with heads held high and aspirations even higher.

Baseball Stops Slide, Defeats Grove City College

This past week, the Oberlin baseball team played a pair of double headers against Grove City College and Thiel College.

Also in sports:
Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Kenyon in Last Game
Women’s Tennis Shuts Out Earlham at Championships
Men’s Tennis Places Fifth at NCACs
Softball Finishes Season Against Case Western
Part Two: With Roster Set, World Cup Focus Shifts to U.S.
In The Locker Room with Andy Hall