students from Pakistan and China admitted to Oberlin’s freshman
class for this academic year have been unable to obtain student visas
to the United States and have been given no notification of how long they
will have to wait in their own countries. Three others, from India, Venezuela
and China, were also waylaid by the visa process but are set to arrive
soon, according to Assistant Dean of Studies Ellen Sayles.
is a legacy, an Oberlin tradition as beloved and bizarre as streaking
through Mudd during midterms. However, Sunday night’s unveiling
of the "new fourth meal" made it clear that midnight snacking
is now the antithesis of what late-night dining at Oberlin once was. Up-rooted
and moved a half-acre across Wilder Bowl from its former base in the Rat
to the horrifying neon glow of Dascomb’s cafeteria, food options
may have expanded, but all character and charm of the Rat have been lost.
off any cobwebs from last season and building on a solid performance in
the Lycoming College Classic, the Oberlin men’s soccer team secured
back-to-back wins last weekend. An Oberlin team boasting a talented mix
of youth and experience defeated both Olivet College and Anderson University
with identical 2-1 scores. Last weekend’s victories secured a 3-0-1
record for the Yeomen.
To the Editors:
Alliance was started in 1972 as a means to implement Asian Pacific American
(APA) Studies to the Oberlin College curriculum. APA Studies is not only
vital to the growth and education of current students, but it is also
an integral part of the complete establishment of Comparative American
Studies. As the officers of AAA, it is with much regret and frustration
that we must continue the thirty-year struggle for APA Studies without
our mentor, advisor, and friend, Professor Charfauros-McDaniel. However,
despite the recent setbacks in our movement, we remain strong in our convictions
to see an APA Studies program on this campus.
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