The Oberlin Review
October 12, 2007

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Safer Sex Night Alternative Sparks Campus Debate

This past Thursday night, Oberlin students faced a difficult decision: don a skimpy outfit and attend the infamous Safer Sex Night, or “fire it up” with a ResEd-sponsored carnival.

Students Show Support for Burma

Burmese monks and citizens are facing a violent government backlash to their recent peaceful demonstrations against the military dictatorship.

Also in News:
Activist Obies March for Peace
Oberlin Students STAND Up for Darfur in D.C.
Green to the Corps: Oberlin Alums Explain Innovative Program
Student Senate Debates Current College Issues
Law Scholars Program Assists Aspiring Attorneys
Off the Cuff: Geoff Peterson


Club Sports Tackle Trustees

The Class Trustee Open Forum was a meeting to remember for club sports participants and enthusiasts.

Horsecows Defeat Ball State for Ultimate Title

The gods of Midwestern Ultimate Frisbee found themselves in a world entirely foreign, ruled by Horsecows, battling for the title of Force Freedom Tournament champions.

Also in Sports:
Field Hockey Prepares for Final Stretch
Rolling Back the Years
Women's Soccer Falls to Earlham on the Road 3-1
Men's Soccer Scoring Woes Continue, Lose Two Straight
Women Finish Fourth, Men Tenth at All-Ohio
Volleyball Defeats Cuyahoga to End Losing Streak
Football Starts Out Strong, Holds on to Win over Denison 34-27
In The Locker Room: Christine & Holly