The Oberlin Review
September 21, 2007

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Oberlin Declares War on War

“We are here today to say that this insanity must stop. The graveyards are full enough —just stop,” said author and Vietnam veteran Robert Taylor to a crowd of hundreds.

Earth to Oberlin: SEED House Blooms

For the Oberlin campus, and three students in particular, a dream years in the making has recently come to fruition.

Also in News:
Middle East Teachings Come to Mid West
A Critical Constitution Day at Oberlin
El Grito: Oberlin Celebrates Latin American Independence
Off the Cuff: Theodore Shaw
Conversation Partners Program Helps Students Learn English
News in Brief: ROSS promises reform, slave rescue re-enacted, and more

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Damaged Gym Slowly Heals

With ten months of renovations racked up after a fire burned a hole in the Philips Physical Education Center, construction advances toward an estimated mid-December finish date.

Volleyball Breaks NCAC Slump

It has been a long time coming, but the wait is finally over.

Also in Sports:
Otterbein Win Masked by Case Controversy
Oberlin Rugby Hits Stride Despite Losses
We Salute You, Fans
Yeowomen Unable to Find Net, Lose Third Straight
Despite Losses, FH Gains Valuable Experience
Tony Miller