The Merits of Coke The Places You’ll Go Move ‘n’ Groove OC Plagues Competition
Coca-Cola writes in on union and labor issues.OC students partner with America Reads on storytime with Dr. Seuss Day.Capoeira Angola Conference teaches OC students the roda and some moves.OC’s hockey team scores two awards and invites fans to use the Plague fan bus to attend games.
The Oberlin Review
March 10, 2006

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NEWS

Trustees Approve Fearless Campaign

The Board of Trustees unanimously voted this past Saturday to approve a new marketing strategy that will use the concept of “fearlessness” to improve Oberlin’s image in the outside world.

Housing Lottery Sees Change

Last week, students began completing their online housing applications for the 2006-2007 school year.

Also in news:
Oberlin Celebrates Women’s History
Oberlin Environmental Sustainability Up to Par?
OC Republicans Support U.S. Troops
New Yorker Editor Returns to Oberlin
MESA Raises Issues in Stevenson and Beyond
Guerilla Journalist Fuses Film and News
Back in the Day: The Strategic Plan
Women’s Day Honored by Panel of Professors

Oberlin in History: The Archbishop
Off the Cuff: Jim Sunshine, ’OC 49

SPORTS

Men’s Tennis Stays Undefeated, Women’s Stumbles

The Yeowomen tennis squad faced a difficult match last Saturday when they played Kalamazoo.

Plague Wins Game and Two Awards

The OC Plague hockey team played an exhausting four games in two days on Feb. 25 and 26 at the North Park ice rink in Elyria.

Also in sports:
Softball Prepares for Year
Indoor Track Competes at NCACs
Good and Bad Happenings on the Baseball Front
Lacrosse in Brief
In the Locker Room with the Lacrosse Crew