The Oberlin Review
April 13, 2007

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GREs to Stay the Same

The Educational Testing Service has abandoned plans for a major overhaul of the Graduate Record Examination...

Oberlin No Longer Eligible for Funding from McNair Scholarship

As of the 2009 academic year, Oberlin College will be ineligible to apply for funding under the Department of Education’s McNair Program, indefinitely ending 12 years of continuous funding from the scholarship.

Also in News:
Rep. Marcy Kaptur Speaks
RIAA Piracy Prevention Penalty Threatens Obies
Dorms Compete to Reduce Their Consumption
Smoking Persists at Wilder
Oberlin Graduate of 1875 Returns Home
This Week in Oberlin History: "Living revolution" in Wilder
Off the Cuff: Michele Valerie Ronnick


Baseball Wins at Home

After a hot start to conference play for the Oberlin baseball team in which it swept Hiram in a four-game series, the Yeomen dropped four games last weekend to the College of Wooster.

Women's Lacrosse Starts NCAC Play

Coming off a four-game winning streak over spring break, the women’s lacrosse team entered conference play full of confidence with big matches against Wittenberg and Denison.

Also in Sports:
Rhinos and Billygoats: One Happy Family
Sports Talk: Think Before You Speak
In the Locker Room: Don Hunsinger
Sherman's Magical Six Help Men's Lax Win Second Straight
Former Hockey Player Starts Up Annual Tradition
Softball Team Catch Rays and Wins in Florida
Oberlin Tennis Teams Drop Nonconference Games