to an alleged rape on campus Friday night, a Take Back the Night
bonfire took place on Tappan Square Saturday night. That morning, anonymous
people wallpapered campus with posters announcing that on the previous
night A Rape Occurred on Our Campus and calling for an 8 p.m.
mobilization. Approximately 100 members of the Oberlin community showed
for the event, gathering around four tea candles and engaging in open
Saturday, in their first home game of the season, the Oberlin College
football team lost in the final two minutes to Pomona-Pitzer 25-21, before
an enthusiastic crowd of 1,026. First-year quarterback Ryan Squatrito
threw for 228 yards and three touchdowns and junior wide receiver Ricky
Valenzuela had two touchdown catches and 113 yards receiving in the loss.
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