The upcoming November 22nd issue will be posted Sunday, November 24th.
911 call to police early Sunday morning, a non-student male who had been
sleeping in Harkness was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing.
Fall Forward dance concert began with an intense red light shining on
the center of Warner Main. The silhouette of first-year Brianna Rego stepped
toward the audience, her long skirt swirling around her legs, hands held
high in the air. She turned her ankle and raised her head. These were
the first movements in a dance concert featuring nearly 90 minutes of
stimulating student and alumni choreography and performance.
two and a half quarters they were in control. Through three-plus quarters
they were still in position to win. But ultimately, a combination of seemingly
minor miscues throughout the game added up to a heartbreaking loss for
the Oberlin College football team.
To the Editors:
four years as an Oberlin student, my “Learning and Labor”
included cheerleading at football and basketball games — HOLLERS
FOR SCHOLARS! — was great fun jumping, leaping and yelling on the
sidelines, seeking spectator support (vocal, at least) for our teams.
In my senior year (1949 - dark ages), on the front cover of the Oberlin
Alumni Magazine, there was a picture of three cheerleaders, in uniform,
doing a leaping-cheer! ‘Twas me and two classmate cheerleaders!
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