Students vote “no-confidence” in Nancy Dye
Seven hundred and fifty-one Oberlin students have no confidence in the administration of Nancy Dye according to referendum results released by Student Senate last night.
(Sidebar: Referendum Results)
Obies meet with Coke execs
Last Friday, three representatives from Oberlin’s Purchasing Committee
traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with high-ranking representatives from the
Coca-Cola Company, the target of a College-wide boycott enacted this year.
Also in news:
MRC seeks staff
Philips to undergo renovation
Students re-enact rebellion
Search for dean still afoot
Student dissects campus cultural dichotomy
Scholar addresses Israeli/Palestinian conflict
LCT, College negotiate O-Pass terms
In Solidarity chartered as student organization
Off the Cuff: Charles Wyatt
Men’s lacrosse ends the season with mixed results
The balls have been put away, the cleats cleaned off and the 4:30-6:30 p.m. time slot filled with other activities, yet the Yeo-laxers, who finished their
season last Wednesday, have not forgotten their sport.
Yeo-batters get no-hit, then win
Oberlin baseball finished its season last Sunday, May 8 in a doubleheader against Thiel. The Yeomen split the doubleheader, losing the first game 8-1 and winning the second 5-3.
Also in sports:
Frisbee competes at regionals
Triathalon sparks competition and creativity in Obies
In the Locker Room With Andy Nelson
Seeking Embodiment in Fisher
Melsen Carlsen is an art student gaining visibility at Oberlin College.
Capillary Action hits the road
What is Capillary Action? Well that depends. On one hand, Capillary Action is multi-instrumentalist, producer and Oberlin College sophomore Jonathan Pfeffer.
Also in arts:
A LARGE CRITIC w/ Pete Chambers
Showtime shows “butch” as bad
How we see it... with Nika Grube, junior at OHS
Art show explores America’s identity
Dancer finds variety downtown
Editorial: Practical ideology necessary
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