The Oberlin Review
October 27, 2006

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Wal-Mart Opens for Business

For months, there has been a steady stream of protests against the incoming Wal-Mart, from students and community members alike.

Investigation Involves Board Chair

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Cablevision, the corporation at which the current Chairman of the Board of Trustees worked for over 20 years.

Also in News:
Sullivan Discusses Doubt
Campus Video Announces Closing: Cites Competition
Prendergast Lectures on Darfur
Trustees Hear Student Suggestions at Forum
Obie Scientists Study Cytoskeleton
Climatologist Michaels Takes Issue with Kolbert and Gore
Off the Cuff: Louise Melling
This Week in Oberlin History: I See Dead People


Men’s Soccer Ties Denison 0-0

Over the past two weeks, the Oberlin men’s soccer team has improved its record from an overall record 4-3-4 (conference 2-1-1) to 7-4-5 (4-2-2)...

Football Stands at 3-1 in Conference

The month of October has been a great one for Oberlin College football.

Also in Sports:
Volleyball Continues to Struggle in Conference
Field Hockey Loses Heartbreaker in Overtime
Yeo-Runners Cruise in Home Meet
Yeowomen Keep Fighting Hard
Rhino Ruggers Slaughter Ohio Wesleyan 53-10