Under the Weather? Redefining Stereotypes Women’s Tennis On My Honor
We have the inside scoop on Oberlin’s meteoro-
logical mood swings.
A film series takes a new look at the LBGT community.Women’s tennis goes 1-1 in weekend matches.Student Honor Committee releases its report of Fall 2005 Violations.
The Oberlin Review
March 17, 2006

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New Program Housing Formed

Students filling out next fall’s housing and dining applications this week have three new options: Botany Co-op, Culinary Program House and Recovery House.

Voter Registration Deadline Approaches

Though the springtime warmth generally associated with political primaries may be just out of reach, Oberlin students have only two weeks to register to vote in this year’s primary election.

Also in news:
Housing Sub-Committee Discusses All-Gender and Leed Certification
The Oberlin Honor Code: A Look Inside the System
SIC Alums Break Down Sex Politics
Weird Weather Messes with Obies’ Heads
OSRA Kicks Off with a Bang: Speakers Discuss Gun Control
Changes in SATs, but Not in Admissions
OSCA and CDS Are Both Rising in Costs
Commercial Center Will Be Built in County Quarry
Here Comes the Sun...or Maybe Not
Honor Code Hearings: Fall 2005

A Day in the Life with Anna Isaacson
Oberlin in History: Oberlin is not a monarchy
Off the Cuff: A.C. Hawley


Men’s Tennis Stays Hot, Wins Eighth Straight

The Yeomen tennis team took another win last Saturday in their match against Ohio Dominican University.

Women’s Tennis Displays Plenty of Heart

The Yeowomen played two excellent matches at home this past weekend.

Also in sports:
Men’s Lacrosse Remains Optimistic Despite Loss
March Madness Infatuation Upon Us Again...
Athletic Director Search Continues
Editors Debate over Bonds Steroid Issue
Equestrian Team Struts Stuff at Ohio Shows
In the Locker Room with Grace Eginton