The Oberlin Review
December 7, 2007

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NEWS

RAs Resign Over Pay, Stress and Philosophy

Oberlin Fights HIV/AIDS with Education


Also in News:
College Deals with Rising Contraceptive Costs
Yeagley Offers Unique View on Guns
Arms Expert Scott Ritter Denounces the War, Calls for Change
Scott Ritter
Green Drinks Hosted, Local Greens Toasted
OPIRG, Alumn: "Eat This, Oberland"
The News in Brief: Latin Honors on Hold
The News in Brief: Boy Blamed for Eastwood Elementary School Fire
The News in Brief: 15-Year-Old Boy Arrested for Recent Robberies
Alternative Gift Fair Strives for a Higher Purpose
Students Address Housing Crisis in New Orleans and the Nation
Review Security Notebook

SPORTS

Oberlin Loses to #25 Wooster

Looks are deceiving. Despite a winless start to the campaign, the men’s basketball team has shown some improvement in the last two games.

Men Fourth, Women Fifth in Invitational

Each Tuesday and Thursday morning at six o’clock, the members of the Oberlin swim team roll out of bed and trudge some all the way from south campus through the cold and the flurries to practice at Philips Gym.

Dreaming Green

Also in Sports:
NFL: Undefeated vs. Winless
Pats' Perfection
Alicia Smith