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Notes on an Election

November 7, 2008

John West

So, yes, I'm eschewing that obligatory hello my name is John. I'm a blogger. I'm really cool. Here's some stuff about me post, at least for the time being. Bios are dreadfully difficult to write, and, though my fellow bloggers have been covering Oberlin's reaction to this latest election pretty darn well , I figured I might as well add my two cents.

Indoctrination

November 3, 2008

Max Strasser

"Professors' Liberalism Contagious? Maybe not." -New York Times "Am I supposed to be surprised? No." -Me

Marvin Krislov defends democracy!

April 16, 2008

Max Strasser

I somehow missed this in the Washington Post on Saturday, but it's exciting: Our own Marvin Krislov, Oberlin College's president, wrote an op-ed about voting rights for students.

Going Green

April 13, 2008

Alice Ollstein

My packed day of activities this weekend was a perfect example of Oberlin's environmentalism, and I'm glad there were a ton of prospective students (aka prospies) here to see them.

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