The Oberlin Review
November 3, 2006

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Senate Nominates Student to Help Find New President

This week, Student Senate — citing lack of time, lack of qualified candidates and overall frustration with the process — decided that it could only recommend one candidate to the newly formed Presidential Search Committee...

Local Candidates Talk Out the Issues

“I’m here because I feel like I haven’t had a lot of chances to learn about a lot of the higher profile candidates [for] the State Senate or United States House of Representatives...”

Also in News:
Library Presents Plans for New Academic Commons to Students
Ana Marie Cox Delivers Convocation
Student Senator Censured
East College St. Developments
OC Democrats Party While They Phone Bank
Prof. Sparks Intelligent Design Debate
Panel Briefs Students on the “Death” of Habeas Corpus
OPAL Leads Day-Long Forum on War in Iraq
Darfur-Born Activist Leader Explains Origins of the Genocide

This Week in Oberlin History: The not-so-mysterious Halloween hayride mystery
Off the Cuff: Sophia Potter


Women’s XC Wins Conference

The women’s cross country team sprinted their way to a first place finish in the North Coast Athletic Conference championship this past weekend at Earlham College.

Field Hockey Ends Year with 6-3 Win over Earlham

Ending the season in style, and getting muddy in the process, the field hockey team defeated Earlham 6-3...

Also in Sports:
Men’s Soccer Falls to Denison in Semifinal
Oberlin Football Loses to Wittenberg 6-22
Yeowomen Battle With Ten
Men’s Rugby Falls to Kenyon 0-22 in First Game of Season