Assault Results in Two Arrests
by Chris Anton

Campus-Wide Alcohol Smack Down: Students will face stricter alcohol policies from now on. (photo by Marta Berg)


Around 2 a.m. last Saturday, a student was allegedly sexually assaulted in a campus dorm. A special alert issued by the Safety and Security office the following day declared that “it was perpetrated by two individuals, one of whom was an acquaintance of the survivor.”
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Memorial Organ to be Unveiled this Weekend

by MacKenzie Moore

Tonight at 8 p.m. the new Opus 116, a 4,104 pipe organ, will be unveiled to the public in its first ever concert. The organ, which is named in honor of the late Kay Africa, was built by C.B. Fisk, Inc. of Gloucester, Mass., and its first solo concert will be the centerpiece of this weekend’s concerts and events.
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CIT Points Out Inaccurate Article On College Network

To the Editors:
Sadly, I must take pen in hand to respond to the article found in the Sept. 21 issue of the Review, entitled “Network Continues to Upgrade.” I have been in the computer field most of my adult life, over 20 years, and could not have made up an article so full of inaccuracies and non-facts. Since I was the one interviewed for the article, I feel I must respond, lest anyone seriously think I actually provided any of the misinformation contained therein.

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Yeowomen Kickers Notch a Win, Loss and Draw
by Rob Smith

They had five games to get ready, but they knew it would come. On Saturday, Sept. 22, it came. The North Coast Athletic Conference season started last Saturday for the Oberlin women’s soccer team when the Ladies of Kenyon College visited lovely Oberlin, Ohio.
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