Springer Hints at Senate Run
The Science Center’s West Lecture Hall erupted with the audience chanting “Jer-ry, Jer-ry!” as a lively Jerry Springer bounded down the stairs before his speech last night.
Oberlin Mourns Virginia Tech Victims
During a three-hour period Monday morning, a lone gunman killed 32 individuals on Virginia Polytechnic Institute’s campus in Blacksburg, VA, making this America’s deadliest shooting spree to date.
Also in News:
Student Senators Worry About Presidential Search
Senate Mandates Greater SFC Disclosure
Lender Scandal Raises Questions for Oberlin
Graduation Speaker Announced
Off the Cuff: George Saunders
Confident Trippi Keynotes Conference
Students Phone Barack Obama, Chat Politics
Two Oberlin Students Chosen This Year as Watson Fellows
Final Thoughts with Jerry Springer
First-Years Making a Difference
During the course of the season, what has become increasingly obvious to the Oberlin men’s lacrosse team are the contributions of the Yeomen’s first-year attackers Nick Sherman, Alex “Edge” Jacobs and Erik Strand.
Hull and Prati Lead Women's Lax to Victory Over Puget Sound
The young women of the Oberlin College lacrosse team faced two tough opponents this week.
Also in Sports:
Women Blank Allegheny, Men Continue to Struggle
Baseball Prepares for Crunch Weekend
Rhinos Run Wild in Romp of Kenyon
Sports Talk: Sports Therapy
Women's Softball Defeated in Doubleheader
In the Locker Room: Isaiah Cavaco
Brotherly Love for Business
Burrowed in a dismal-looking plaza on Electric Boulevard in Avon Lake lies Fratello’s, a restaurant as titillating as its street’s name suggests.
experiment: "Climb Co" Will Rock You
Saunders Gives Advice to Writers
To some, the fiction style of writer George Saunders has established itself as a kind of literary mode a la something from Raymond Queneau’s Exercises in Style.
Robots Invade Wilder Main
If you’re human, watch out. This weekend Wilder Main will be taken over by a production of Czech writer Karel Capek’s play, R.U.R. (Rossum’s Universal Robots).
Also in Arts:
Bands Dazzle 'Splitchers Scene
Students Act Around the Clock
Taiko Drummers Celebrate Heritage
Spring Back Dances with Talent
Senior Show Explores Art Patterns and Process
Orchestra Performs the Rite
Obie Strings Serve Up Sibelius
Under the Radar: Singing Solo
Obie Alums Make Top 50 on MtvU
Film Captures Innocence But No More
Floors of Finney Vibrate with Colors of Rhythm
Reflections on VTech Tragedy
On this day 118 years ago, an Austrian named Adolf was born; 110 years later, two disturbed teenagers opened fire on their classmates at Columbine High School; four days ago, another troubled student carried out the bloodiest school shooting in United States history.
Letters to the Editor: Earth Day Messages, other letters
True Blue: In Defense of A Childhood Friend
The Right Stuff: The Death of A Speech Code