November 7, 1997
Volume 126, Number 8

This Week's Stories

Registration holds altered
Payment plans to be worked out with financial counselor

Baseball team threatens strike if Mooney retained

Faculty approve new concentration
International Studies position will unify fields

Barrows Hall stars as Ohio State in new teen flick

College to hire most tenure track professors since 1960s
Thirteen faculty positions to be open throughout the school year

Finney will receive different kind of organ donation

Senate reconvenes
Student senators pass outreach program and amend proposals

Community service sparked by Bonner program
Study suggests retention linked to service in community

Finances frustrate students
Financial aid staff reaches out to try to aid students

Multicultural resource center supports diversity on campus
New and improved MRC works on outreach and support services

Academic services available for students in need
Office of Student Academic Services a valuable resource to go to

Students and workers unite to protest Issue Two

Former OC student manages Cleveland political campaign
Jeanette Hanna-Ruiz learns about political activism outside Oberlin

City Council seats filled after election

Hong Kong stock crash affects Oberlin endowment
Loss from foreign stocks noticeable but deemed insignificant

Wedding bells ring thanks to College Conference Services
Some alumni return to their roots for their wedding days

GF hear second phase of long range planning
Faculty health package benefits reviewed

Feature Photo: Doing the twist

Special Announcement: Office Hours

News Briefs
Wooster recognizes OC diversity
Chinese dignitaries visit Oberlin

Security Notebook

Community Events Calendar


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