going to be a bit colder this year at Oberlin.
It’s a couple days after my birthday, so I’m 20. It just sort
of all hit me today. I was lying on the couch in the living room, and
the sun was setting, and I just, I just knew it. It was at that moment
that I really felt that I wouldn’t be alive at New Year’s.
The last few weeks, I definitely felt that I was starting the dying process,
and it’s just a matter of when. How fast. How much at a time…
To the Editors:
I write to you as a former employee and as an alumna
who would like Oberlin’s President to answer some questions. In
late 1995, Andy Evans announced that Oberlin was suffering from a “structural
deficit.” He said eliminating positions that were overloading the
framework would fix the problem at its core. My position was among those
eliminated, but, like a malignancy, it has grown back in the form of Mary
Travorha. What exactly does “eliminate” mean?
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