Our next issue will be published during the first week of Spring Semester -- February, 2002

News
Cincinnati Court Questions Affirmative Action Policies
by Matthew Green

At 5 a.m. on Thursday, while most of the campus slept, a chartered bus full of Oberlin students headed south to Cincinnati to participate in a rally in support of affirmative action.
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Arts
Angels in America Brings Lifeís Nuances to Life

by Kate Antognini

Tony Kushner’s Angels in America: The Millenium Approches, a deeply moving and daring play of epic proportions that deals with many hard issues from AIDS to loyalty to abandonment, is brought to life by the Oberlin Theater and Dance Department this weekend.
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Sports
Menís Basketball Defeats Hiram College, 83-81
by Benjamin Pred

The Oberlin men’s basketball team won their first game of the year in their North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) season debut at Hiram College’s Price Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 1 in a nail-biting, 83-81 victory. Though they booted the Terriers, the team had a tough loss on Wednesday to the Denison Big Red, 73-68. The team’s NCAC record now stands even at 1-1.
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Perspectives
Dye Explains Sex Offense Policy

To the Oberlin Community:

Recently, I have received many communications concerning Oberlin’s policy for dealing with sexual offense. I write in the hope of dispelling some of the confusion that surrounds issues of sexual assault and rape on this campus.
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February 2002

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