The Oberlin Review
February 23, 2007

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NEWS

SFC Considers Wage Policy

The Student Finance Committee is considering a change to its rules that would place new regulations on student organizations wishing to employ students.

Seven New Senators to Take Office

In one of the quickest Student Senate elections in recent memory, the student body elected seven representatives to Senate six new and one returning in a vote held online this weekend.

Also in News:
Revamped London Program Presents Challenges for Students
Symposium Suggests Peace
Theme Housing Goes Green
Black History Month Lecture Focuses on Healthcare (In)Equality
Haskell Series' 99th Year Explores the History of Slavery in the Bible
Report from the General Faculty Meeting
Ohio's Wind Power May Blow Oberlin in a Greener Direction

Off the Cuff: Leeza Ramsey
This Week in Oberlin History: The "Oberlin 59"

SPORTS

Yeowomen Basketball Has Victory and Defeat in NCAC

The Oberlin College women’s basketball team finished its regular season last Saturday with a 63-69 conference victory over the Quakers of Earlham College, earning it the seventh seed in the North Coast Atlantic Conference tournament.

Track Breaks More Records as Championships Near

Another week of running has blown by for the Oberlin indoor track and field teams, inching them closer to the NCAC Championships, which start March 2.

Also in Sports:
Men's Tennis Starts Season, Falls to Malone
Women's Tennis Stumbles
In the Locker Room: Nancy Boutilier
Oberlin Says Goodbye to Yeoman Star Spencer
Men's Basketball Ends Season with Win
Baseball Player Offered Chance to Play in Israel
Tennis Player Keeps Family Close to Heart