Finding ways to make money and practice self-care isn’t a daunting task for some students. In fact, for three students who run small businesses, self-providing and self-care go hand in hand. College ...
While Oberlin offers several languages such as Arabic — which should be expanded — it does not offer Persian as a language option. This should change. Persian is another interesting and important ...
WOBC-FM, Oberlin’s 24-hour community radio station, has been operating since 1950. Originally an AM station called KOCN, the station underwent several iterations before becoming the eclectic ...
This Valentine’s Day, you may be wondering where to spend some sweet time with your lover. College is an environment that prompts adjustment and life-changing shifts in relationships, both with ...
College fourth-year Sophie Aaron completed her Sociology honors thesis project striving to find out what Oberlin’s social and hookup culture looks like in the world of COVID-19. Aaron distributed an ...
The Black History Month Artist Spotlight series seeks to honor Black creatives in the very moments of their first works. Afrikan American and Diasporic people have built, and been the building blocks ...
We are so lucky to have had so many amazing seniors on Production staff this year! Click below to hear from all of them.
Taught by College second-year Diana Montero. What sparked your interest in YouTube? What was the process of gathering material for this class? Diana Montero: I’ve been on YouTube since I was arguably ...
College fourth-year Ivy Smith, a History major, has served as The Oberlin Review’s production manager since summer 2020. Smith first began working as a production editor for the Review in the spring ...
This past Wednesday, I chatted with College fourth-year Eva Sturm-Gross, a Studio Art and Religion major with a special interest in Kabbalah and Jewish Mysticism. Eva is a talented multimedia artist; ...