The Oberlin Review
March 9, 2007

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Firelands Elevators Threatened

In a poorly attended all-dorm meeting yesterday evening, frustrated Firelands residents weighed possible responses in order to keep their elevators open.

Mudd Library of the Future

Womb chairs, bright colors, big paper lamps and wild-patterned carpets have always given Mudd Library an energetic quirkiness.

Also in News:
New Dems Lecture Series
Midnight Wine Theft Downtown
New Looks for Older Dorms
Lecturer Rails Denuclearization Approach
Ohio Politicians Consider Earlier Date for a Meaningful Primary
On a Continent Ravaged by AIDS, One Activist Finds Hope
Student Evaluations To Be Standardized

This Week in Oberlin History: "Condom Sense"
Off the Cuff: Thomas Van Nortwick


Yeowomen Make it Four Straight

The Oberlin Tennis Yeowomen added two more notches to their victory belt after their last two home matches.

Yeomen Defeat Mount Union, OWU to go 5-1

The men’s tennis team continued its winning streak with victories in its last two matches.

Also in Sports:
OC Baseball Goes 1-2 in the Opening Weekend
Hipsman Keeps Fighting Despite Two Surgeries
The Cerberus Shows its Teeth at NCAC Finals
Men's Lacrosse Drops Season Opener 20-8

In the Locker Room: The Dream Team
Outside Oberlin: NBA's Top Teams Buckle Down for the Final Stretch of the Season