The Oberlin Review
November 4, 2005

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Oberlin gears up to vote

Next week on Nov. 8, citizens across the state of Ohio will cast ballots voting on issues at the state, county and municipal levels.

Let’s talk about safe sex, baby

Safer Sex Night is one of the highlights of the Oberlin experience. Here’s the hook — hundreds of sweaty, mostly naked people get together and party.

Also in news:
Feds raid for drugs in a student’s room
Wal-Mart opponents bring their case to campus
Council candidates night
An Oberlin player tells all
School board race contested
The evolution of financial aid policy explored
Wal-Mart beyond Oberlin
Obies lend a hand in storm-ravaged New Orleans
Phase 2 of Oberlin’s new housing plan revealed
A fire on the LCT
East College Street Project underway

Science: Becoming a science scribe
Off the Cuff: Nancy Cooper
This Week in Oberlin History:
   All Hallow’s Eve


OC field hockey contenders for NCAC Title

On Nov. 2, the sun was out, the grass was freshly cut and the top-seeded Oberlin field hockey team was on a mission.

Women’s cross country flies to second

The Oberlin Men’s and Women’s cross country teams competed in the NCAC cross country championships on Saturday Oct. 29 at Denison University. The Yeowomen performed very well, placing second overall.

Also in sports:
OC football struggles
Men’s soccer falls short in tournament play
OC soccer concludes their season
OC volleyball finishes their season with a loss
Table tennis completes first match
In the Locker Room With Adam Morse


Student photo exhibition captures stunning views

Junior art students Mika Ebbesen, Hannah Fenley, Jennifer Ray and alumnus John Hensel (OC ’05) opened a mixed bag show sponsored by the Oberlin Photography Co-op in Fisher Hall this past Thursday, Nov. 3.

Kovac shoots to preserve film

Although rising demand and advancing technology have fueled the growth of its new industry, the wide and incredibly intricate world of film preservation still remains an unnoticed, unfamiliar movement, explored only by those with the sincerest dedication to and love for moving pictures.

Also in arts:
Barbash reading only disappoints
Black Experience at the Allen
Up close to Mae Shi’s Byron
Contrabass gives good vibrations
Short Cuts: Show Me, Violence
Wanton Distraction: Five films that every college student must own
O Style: Choosing a non-traditional Halloween


Editorial: Do we all have to get along?
Staff box: I don’t get it
Media column: The Wankery Report
Antics by G. Miller