The Oberlin Review
April 30, 2004

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College grieves for Peter Goldsmith

Peter Goldsmith, who spent the final two months of his life battling an elusive, incurable strain of pancreatic cancer, left Oberlin’s Dean of Students post with the same thoughtful professionalism that he exuded with immense energy during his memorable tenure.

SAST reforms hotline training programs

After years of debate, work has begun to implement a new Sexual Assault Support Team hotline counselor training program, specifically aimed at addressing issues that led to the shutdown of the hotline in March.

Also in news:
Lananna raises the bar
Students harassed
Divestment question debated
Town plans zoning
David Stull now leads the Con
The budget picture: College’s future considered
Importance of Ohio vote stressed
Pagans celebrate the magick
Alumni perspectives
Marching for women’s lives
Dye tours Iran’s colleges
Off the Cuff: Roger Copeland
News Calendar


Track wins five at Wooster

The Oberlin outdoor track and field teams continued to improve in the standings in the North Coast Athletic Conference meet at Wooster College last Friday.

Baseball loses four

This weekend gave Oberlin’s baseball plenty of time to become familiar with the Hiram Terriers. All four of the Yeomen’s games this week were played within a span of 72 hours at Fishel Field against NCAC Eastern Division rivals Hiram.

Also in sports:
Men’s tennis has best finish in 14 years at NCAC tourney
Men fall to Wooster
Softball loses final two conference games of season
Women’s tennis places fifth
Golf places 14th at the OWU invite
Yeowomen fall to NCAC’s top team
Club Corner: ’Cows advance to Regionals
In the Locker room with...Travis Oman


And What!? proves hip-hop is alive at Oberlin

Deemed a representation of the struggle to define themselves in the male-dominated hip-hop aesthetic as women and individuals within a group, the performance contained several heartfelt and energetic pieces created by group-choreographer AleshaWashington.

Quartet lights up downtown

In Oberlin most arts events are segregated along the lines of town and College. Those events that break the rule tend to be large, well publicized and aiming for a popular audience.

Also in arts:
Percussion group impresses crowds
Pop Culture Digest: Sheer-mag brings class to Oberlin’s online ’zines
Kill Bill: Volume Two exceeds high expectations
Rhinoceros to open at the ’Sco
Young and Watanabe read works at FAVA gallery
Arts Calendar


Deconstructing OC backlash
Palestinian relations response
Disgust for racial dichotomy
Call for opposition to anti-Semitism, divestment
Demchick’s words offensive
The Nord Rape Crisis Center
Evans diminishes Kimmel
McCorvey, formerly Roe, later became pro-life
Subscribe to OC alumni discussion
Kimmel’s obsession
Food: My milkshake
Editorial: Patience key to dean search