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.
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Incoming class brings high hopes to lacrosse
The Oberlin College mens 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 womens 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.
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