CDS changes: Talcott nixed
by Douglass Dowty

Campus Dining Services is due for a makeover.
Proposed changes for next year include shuttering Talcott, pioneering a lunch cart in the Science Center, returning takeout service to Dascomb, opening the Rathskellar in the evenings and closing DeCafé at 9 p.m. daily.
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Javanese dancers educate in Shiperd Lounge
by S. Roy

Shipherd Lounge in Asia House was completely packed last Friday evening, with students sitting in a semi-circle around the large room. They were all waiting excitedly for the Javanese dance duo presented in joint programming by the Shansi Memorial and Asian American Alliance.
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Men’s, women’s tennis overcome Allegheny
by Steffon Thomas

The Oberlin tennis teams hit the court on Saturday to take on the Allegheny College Gators in non-conference action. Both the men and the women came out with big wins, giving them needed momentum going into the end of season and the conference tournament.
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Alum sorry for OHS break-in

To the Editors:
Cincinnati — As one of the principal people who has stood to learn from my actions at Oberlin High School on March 20, I appreciate the clear thought and fairness that has gone into the letters written on this subject. I would like to answer some of the questions and concerns that have been raised by OHS sophomore Anna-Claire Stinebring and OHS graduate Grace Hammond.
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