The Oberlin Review
April 15, 2005

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Con prepares for faculty reduction

Cuts to the piano faculty and a greater emphasis on interdivision cooperation and international performance are among the changes planned for the Conservatory in the coming years.

New village housing planned

In its quest to entice more upperclassmen back to residence on campus, the College has recently launched the design process for a new townhouse style residence hall to be constructed directly north of Stevenson.

Also in news:
Kushner comes to Oberlin
Swipe cards fixed
ResEd searches for new head
OC Republicans hold meeting
Co-ops at war: A dispatch from the battlefield
Senate plans vote (Sidebar: Senate Report)
The real dirt on local foods
Road to Hope tour

Off the Cuff: Ben Schiff


Division I competition overwhelms lacrosse

The men’s lacrosse team netted its third win of the season on Saturday, defeating Medaille College 14-4.

Pitching stifles Lake

It is a little more than halfway through the season and Oberlin baseball has experienced a rocky first half.

Also in sports:
Tennis is victorious
Men’s golf tees off at Hiram College dual
Lacrosse drops first two conference matches
Mount Union meet a success for track
Softball still in search of first conference victory
In the Locker Room With Moose and Kaitlin Barrer


Oberlin Percussion Group shakes up Warner

Entering a recital hall to see the Oberlin Percussion Group concert, one expects wild new music and a particularly tight ensemble performance.

Capriccio Stravagante energizes and excites

For the past week Capriccio Stravagante, the dynamic early-music group led by harpsichordist Skip Sempé (OC ’80) has been in residency at the Oberlin Conservatory.

Also in arts:
Hip hop conference inspires Obies to jive
A LARGE CRITIC w/ Pete Chambers
Gaffigan conducts Orchesta
Spring Back talent to be showcased
How we see it... Oberlin through the eyes of High School students
Pass / No Pass By Bo Coker


Editorial: Keep Oberlin weird
Insider Edition by Faith Richards: The Review in review
Antics by G. Miller