The Oberlin Review
December 8, 2006

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NEWS

New Program to Train Teachers of Tomorrow

Beginning in June, aspiring teachers will be trained at Oberlin in a new graduate-level teacher education program.

Oberlin Continues Diversity Efforts

On Oct. 25, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education released the findings of its annual survey of African American first-year enrollment in the nationís top universities and liberal arts colleges.

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Community Keeps Video Store Afloat
This Week in Oberlin History: Freedom of Expression of Creative Energies
Gossip Goes Offline Briefly
LCT Announces Increase in Bus Fare
Off the Cuff: Dorothy Johnson
Students Talk to Trustees

SPORTS

Menís Bball Falls to No. 1 Wooster

Currently standing at 2-5 on the season, the Oberlin menís basketball team is looking to get the gears rolling after a conference loss to the College of Wooster on Wednesday.

Yeoswimmers Compete in Three-Day Wooster Invite

The menís and womenís swimming and diving teams concluded their exhausting but successful three-day meet at the Wooster Invitational this past Saturday.

Also in Sports:
Womenís Basketball Bounces Back Against Kalamazoo
In the Locker Room: Kate Boyd