The Oberlin Review
December 2, 2005

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Faculty Position Re-instated

As a result of widespread complaints, College Faculty Council has reversed its decision to eliminate the Asian-American history professorship until further deliberation.

Tensions Are Building in Faculty-Cutting Process

The events of two weeks ago surrounding the proposed elimination of the Asian-American history professorship gave students a unique glimpse into the workings of College governance...

Also in news:
Fewer Students Will Live Off-Campus
East College St. Project One Step Closer to Funding
Donation Will Fund New Jazz Facility
New Sports Field Coming This Spring
Obies Join Protests at Military Training School
Open Trustee Meeting Addresses Controversy
Obies Join National Student Think Tank
“When Asteroids Attack” — Professor Explains
Oberlin Attempts to Attain Environmental Goals
New Program Focuses on Sending High School Grads to College

Alternative Careers in Science III
This Week in Oberlin History:
   Students Protest Vivisection


Indoor Track Prepared for the Coming Season

The Oberlin College men and women’s indoor track team dug their spikes out of the closet and hit the track this past week for their first stretch of practices before the end of the semester.

Men’s Squad Still Looking for First Win

With six games under their belt, the Yeomen basketball team has yet to taste victory.

Also in sports:
Talented Yeowomen still need to hit stride
Swimming puts in another solid performance
In the Locker Room with Matt Godwin


Tintypes Breaks Up the Stage

Although Tintypes, the musical opening tonight, has faced a number of obstacles, the production remains strong.

Kushner Play to Premiere

Reminiscent of the way in which Arthur Miller used past politics to give insight into modern issues in The Crucible, Pulitzer-and Tony Award-winning playwright Tony Kushner draws a similar parallel between political situations in his 1985 play, A Bright Room Called Day...

Also in arts:
The Art of Quakerism Practiced at Oberlin
Guitar Has Never Been So Good
Wanton Distraction: Dead to Bragging Rights


Editorial: Space concerns far from over
Obie On The Street: Yasi Ghanbari
Staff box: Arts Editor Defends Opera Review
Antics by G. Miller