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School Considers Art Building Expansion
BY ERIN HURLEY

Anyone attempting to enroll in a studio art class feels what the Art Department’s Space Committee has deemed “severe enrollment pressures” on studio art courses at Oberlin. Some hope that with a new expansion of the Art Building and an expansion of the Studio Art faculty from three to five adjunct faculty members, the Art Department will be able to double the number of students accommodated. 
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The World
Student's Uncle Discusses Honduran Politics

BY KATE POSPISIL

In November when double-degree junior Elena Krell burst into my room and blurted, “My uncle is running for President of Honduras!” I couldn’t resist the opportunity before me. We had been planning to spend Christmas break with her family in Tegucigalpa. Luis Cosenza, a virtual unknown in the pantheon of traditional politicians, was suddenly thrust into the candidacy in the place of Ricardo Maduro.
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Arts
Still Burning Joins Surreal Effects, Elegant Dance
by ARIEL WHITWORTH

Five white curtains hide a man who desperately tries to break through them, only to realize he is a separate entity, outside of everyday society. Between the curtains, Jason Corff begins his senior dance project, entitled Still Burning. 
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Sports
Jumper Houlihan Heads To NCAA Championship

BY BRIAN PITTS

Oberlin triple jumper Shannon Houlihan proved herself to be the genuine article in last weekend’s NCAC Indoor Championships, held at Denison University. And  by gosh, she’s headed to Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the NCAA Championships this weekend.
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