The State of Art
To better understand the effect of globalization on contemporary art, five international curators, critics, and museum directors will give their perspectives on art now at Global Compass, a free public symposium this Friday and Saturday.
Oberlin Football Will Be Televised
Come to Savage Stadium Saturday at 1:00 p.m. to cheer for the Yeomen as they take on Allegheny. Then relive the excitement by watching the game on television. SportsTime Ohio (Channel 71 through the Cable Co-op) is scheduled to broadcast the game Sunday at noon. Get a jump on the action by checking out the game program on the athletics web pages.
Bassist Russell Manning's Star Turn on JAZZIZ CD
For the third year in a row, a Conservatory student is featured in JAZZIZ magazine’s education issue. This year, the original song representing Oberlin is by senior Russell Manning.
A More Modern Mode of Bowling
The sport of bowling is evolving, and the Oberlin College Lanes are keeping up to date. This past summer, the facility retired its six wood lanes in exchange for Brunswick ProAnvilane synthetic overlays.
The Professor as Moderator, Videotaped
New York's Philoctetes Center has a treat for those who couldn't attend its recent roundtable discussion, The Critic as Thinker. A video of Professor Roger Copeland moderating the discussion with three of the last half century's most influential theater critics is up and running on the center’s web site.
Librarians in Oberlin: A Correction
We made an error in the story "43 Librarians Descend on Oberlin," which appeared in last week's edition of The Source (October 31, Vol. 1, No. 4).