The Oberlin Review
March 16, 2007

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ResEd Closes Culinary House

After two semesters of operation, the Culinary Program House will close at the end of the year.

Senate Responds to Poor Sustainability Grade

Student Senate is considering responses to a report issued in January by the non-profit Sustainable Endowments Institute, which criticized the College’s sustainability efforts.

Also in News:
Administrators Report Campus Vandalism On the Rise
Tornado Touches Down
Professor Testifies to Congress
Activists Hold Green Summit
Off the Cuff: John Harper
Lecture Indulges Classicists In Pots and Politics
New Store Lets Students Swap for Free
This Week in Oberlin History: Old and New


Yeowomen's Tennis Continues Hot Run

The Yeowomen tennis team pulled out another win this past Saturday against Ohio Dominican in a non-conference match.

Men's Lacrosse Comes Up Short in VA

Coming off a disappointing start to the season with an 8-20 conference loss to Ohio Wesleyan, the Yeomen traveled to Virginia to square off against the Shenandoah Hornets last Saturday.

Also in Sports:
Men's Tennis Breezes Past Ohio Dominican
A Blessing in Disguise
Men's Rugby Returns to Campus After Ten-Year Dormancy
Talented Pool Excites Fans as March Madness Sweeps Nation


Not a Fair Weather Friend

Sometimes people get confused: After all, the two buildings have the same name. Perhaps this is because James Harris Fairchild is no small character in Oberlin history.

Engstrom's New Position Appears Sustainable

experiment: Come to Mama to Empower