Police arrest suspect in string of burglaries
Oberlin Police arrested a 25 year-old local man this past Sunday in connection with a series of burglaries and street robberies that have taken place in Oberlin this month.
OCRD loses state court case
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled in favor of the city of Oberlin in a suit brought by the advocacy group, Oberlin Citizens for Responsible Development.
Also in news:
Lord-Saunders in a drain dilemma
Two candidates out of council race
Pro-choice rights in crisis
OC students march for peace
Symposium honors the retiring Grover Zinn
OC students work for Habitat
Doggie Doo Parade takes over Tappan Square
Ohio state representative talks to OC Republicans
Student senate adresses students’ complaints
Science: New nanometer scale at OC
Off the Cuff: Len Podis
This Week in Oberlin History:
Mudd-ying the waters
Field Hockey continues to dominate competition
The Oberlin College field hockey team continued their remarkable run on Wednesday, Sept. 28 as they cruised to their sixth straight win, beating Kenyon College 3-0.
Yeowomen soccer heats up with big wins
The Oberlin College women’s soccer team is on a thunderous roll. They
have trampled over their last three opponents.
Also in sports:
XC shows off speed
Volleyball anticipates conference matchups
Water polo kicks off by hosting tournament
Football stuggles after bye-week
In the Locker Room With Eric Estes
Step inside: play takes viewers behind actions
There are always going to be things that people do not want to hear about.
Finn connects dirts to arts
The work of archeologist and journalist Christine Finn is all about pushing boundaries, an impulse which she feels is more than welcome in Oberlin’s interdisciplinary environment.
Also in arts:
Pianist is more than Goode
Brook show causes a trance
Poetry series raises its voice
Philly band gets a rise from dynamic audiences (Interview with Make a Rising)
Con CD released as student project
Multimedia performer at Cat
Short Cuts: No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, Boudu Saved from Drowning
Editorial: Wal-Mart editorial needs clarification
Copy editors have opinions, too by Harrison Demchick: A modest proposal