The Oberlin Review
March 12, 2004

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Memorial services held for students

“What has died must live again,” read a line from “Cold Mountain” by the Chinese poet Han Shan, one of the many tributes offered to the lives of Benjamin Caraco and Zachary Tucker at a memorial service in Finney Chapel Tuesday.

Oberlin Music will close

Oberlin Music, a favorite haunt of Oberlin students, has announced that it will be closing during spring break.

Also in news:
Form generates confusion
Student arrested
AIDS victims commemorated
Iraq peacekeeper tells story
Speakers advocate international criminal court
Work, women and wobblies
Militarization and patriotism discussed
Con faculty discuss budget
How lady activists were born
2005 Class President Statements
Anti-Oppression workshop addresses privilege
Off the Cuff: David Stull
News Brief: Car crash on Lorain
News Calendar


Incoming class brings high hopes to lacrosse

The Oberlin College men’s lacrosse team aspires to emerge as a competitive force within the North Coast Athletic Conference this spring, adding a strong group of new players to last seasonÕs core veterans. Headlining the 2004 spring campaign are all-conference sophomores midfielder Will Jaffee and goalie Jared Pickard.

Women victorious in NCAC match

With steady and consistent singles play, the Oberlin women’s tennis team improved to 4-1 on the season after two victories last weekend. The Yeowomen defeated Capital University and NCAC opponent Earlham College by identical scores of 7-2.

Also in sports:
Women’s track achievement
Baseball prepares for season
Yeomen sweep the weekend
In the Locker Room with Derrick Watson


Billy Collins comes to Oberlin

Poetry draws students to Finney Chapel

The low beating of the tom-tom

Senior Adam Barr does not have to prove his relationship with drums. He has been drumming for Essence performances as well as Diaspora programs for years.

Also in arts:
Orchestra delivers mixed performance
Pop Culture Digest: Controversial Passion rakes in big bucks.
Reknowned painter lectures on her artistic evolution
Roger Copeland signs books
Chevalier’s book soars to the screen
Baroque at Fairchild Chapel
Conversation with Professor Monti
FAVA brings writers from near and far
Arts Calendar


Clarification on faculty raise
Ed was not a model employee
WAVE program open to all
Tomasevic’s “unusual&148; past is not a tale of heroism
Women’s rights march soon
Foul service smell
Editorial: Just facts, not insensitivity
Food: Chicken Soup for the Rock ÕnÕ Roll Hall of Fame