The shopacalypse is coming Bring that beat back Gettin’ the job done
Reverend Billy came to Oberlin Tuesday to preach the gospel of Stop Shopping.Performers from Oberlin and beyond participate in a hip-hop inspired festival.The Yeowomen basketball team eke out a wine over Ursuline in overtime.
The Oberlin Review
December 9, 2005

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Faculty Meets, Tension Persists

As evidenced by Wednesday’s College faculty meeting, tensions are still running high over the unusual set of circumstances surrounding the College Faculty Council’s proposal to cut the Asian-American history position...

An Obstacle for East College St.

Despite the demolition that has already begun on the East College Street Project, the development now finds itself in a somewhat tenuous position as it awaits city council’s vote...

Also in news:
Senate Referendum Opens and Student Voting Begins
D’Souza Defends Bush’s War on Iraq
Stop Shopping and Save Your Soul?
Construction of Wal-Mart Underway
When You Give an Obie a Gun, You Get the First OC Gun Club
Hybrid Cars Drive On Over to Oberlin
Admissions Forum Addresses Efforts to Improve Diversity
LCT Makes Changes, and Student Group Responds

Science: Oberlin Women and the Sciences
Off the Cuff: Dinesh D’Souza
This Week in Oberlin History:
   ‘The fair sex’


Yeowomen Get It Done in Overtime

First-year forward Jessica Wood gathered 20 points for the Ursuline Arrows, but it wasn’t enough to defeat the Oberlin women’s basketball team, as Ursuline College gave the Yeowomen their first win of the season.

Men’s Basketball Hopes to Rebound

The Oberlin men’s basketball team has played three tough games this month, losing to Wabash, Adrian College and Wooster.

Also in sports:
Swimming Continues Improvement
In the Locker Room with Dave “The Dino” DeNatale