The Oberlin Review
September 15, 2006

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Dye Announces Retirement

After more than a decade of service, President Nancy Dye sent out an email early Monday afternoon to the student body, faculty and staff announcing her retirement, effective July 1, 2007.

College Seeks Hirsch’s Replacement

The search for a permanent dean of the College to succeed Harry Hirsch has been postponed by at least a year in response to College President Nancy Dye’s announced retirement this week. An acting dean remains to be appointed.

News Analysis: An Oberlin President in Retrospect

Also in News:
Admissions Recruiting Grows “Fearless”
OC Republicans Remember Sept. 11 to Mixed Response
This Week in Oberlin History: “Bikes peddled…Thieves ride off”
Times’ Paul Krugman Opens Convocation Series
College Professors Dispute Procedure for Electing Acting Dean
Notes: Dye’s Letter to Faculty
Experts and Scholars Come to Campus for a Conference on Health Economics
Kucinich Couple Continues the Fight for Peace
Obies, Past and Present, React to Dye’s Departure


Football Defeats Heidelberg

Oberlin College Football made a definite bang this past weekend in a glorious home victory against Heidelberg College with an exciting score of 48-34.

Field Hockey Wins League Opener vs OWU

Squeezing out close games is starting to become second nature to the Oberlin field hockey team.

Also in Sports:
Women’s XC Team Victorious
Men’s Soccer Loses to Anderson, ties CWRU
Women’s Soccer Dominates in Doubleheader
Volleyball Shows Promise in Loss
In the Locker Room: Andy Estep