A Reading Rainbow Elephants in Oberlin Soul Songs Anything but “Bad”
The scoop on the Oberlin College bookstore.The return: Oberlin alum sponsors OC Republican speakers.The Soweto Gospel Choir rocks Finney.Badmintoneer Nick Mayer is In the Locker Room.
The Oberlin Review
February 24, 2006

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Librarian Ray English Wins National Award

The seemingly omniscient voice behind the message board in Mudd Library, Azariah Smith Root Director of Libraries Ray English, has received the 2006 National Academic/Research Librarian of the Year award.

Obies Still Helping in New Orleans

For many students, the prospect of trading in a comfortable college lifestyle for the unpredictable accommodations of a storm-ravaged city is a daunting one ....

Also in news:
Black History Series Celebrates Women
Ohio Politicians Debate Gay Parenting
Buying Books is Hard to Do
Speaker Lectures on Socialism and the Auto Workers’ Union
OC Hosts Biennial A/PA Conference
Language Class Rejects Paper for New Computer Technology
Oberlin Alum, Steven Shapiro, Becomes Republican Benefactor
Post-Colonial “Loose Women” and the Bible
Annual Astrophysics Lecture Series Explores Space Flight and the Universe

Oberlin in History: Hyponotist claims his “voice will be saturated in your brain for the rest of your life”
Off the Cuff: Diana Roose
Student Senate Candidate Statements


Athletic Director Candidate Visits

Oberlin’s first candidate to interview for the Director of Athletics was Jeremy Gibson, who visited the campus on Monday.

Yeomen End Year with Nowhere to Go but Up

The Oberlin Yeomen finished the 2005-06 season last Saturday with a loss at Earlham College.

Also in sports:
Women’s Lacrosse Preparing for New Season
Yeowomen Reach End of Line
In the Locker Room with Nick Mayor