The Oberlin Review
September 23, 2005

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South basement yields new theater space

Come Winter Term, non-curricular theater groups will no longer have to rehearse in such haphazard places as dorm lounges, abandoned closets and vacant bathrooms.

College St. project continues

As soon as the end of this week, the buildings around the RAX diner on East College street will begin this transformation into a long-anticipated, ecologically-friendly hot spot for the entire Oberlin community.

Also in news:
Obie vote to factor in local elections
Panel dissects Constitution
Fewer first-years for 2005
Four new multicultural coordinators hired
Oberlin students protest arctic oil drilling at DC rally
Student senate looks ahead
Reginald Patterson wins trustee election runoff

Science: Supercomputer unleashed
Off the Cuff: Grover Zinn
This Week in Oberlin History: Cr/NE debate reintroduced
Senate candidate statements


Oberlin field hockey shows no signs of slowing

If one were to look up “domination” in the dictionary, the definition would read “the Oberlin field hockey team.”

Yeowomen continue to improve

The Oberlin College women’s soccer team has been holding its own in the conference this week against two steadfast rivals.

Also in sports:
Men’s soccer picks up a win
In the Locker Room With Ronnie Goines
Spotlight on: Equestrian team
Outside Oberlin


Artist Recital Series to hit the keys on Sunday

This Sunday at 3 p.m. will mark the beginning of Oberlin’s 127th Artist Recital Series with pianist and famed Beethoven interpreter Richard Goode.

In extreme experiment, Fusco examines prisons

Last Friday, TGIF was less crowded than usual — not that students suddenly lost their taste for cheap beer.

Also in arts:
Ritscher, Wiggins appointed to Con
Showcase shows new talent
Japanese exhibit leaves imprint on its patrons
Lyrical show by Oberlin in Italy students
Short Cuts: Not all summer films failed, Movie theaters to face near death?
Wanton Distraction: Are TV shows this season worth watching?
O Style


Editorial: Haste makes hazard
Staff box by Emma Dumain: A period piece
Antics by G. Miller