Our Declaration of Principles*


Declaration of Principles.  http://www.moma.org/collection/browse_results.php?object_id=89509

Declaration of Principles. http://www.moma.org/

1.  We will provide the people of this college with a website daily that will tell all the news honestly.

2.  We will also provide them with a fighting and tireless champion of their rights as citizens and as human beings.


Fearless and Loathing.com

*Special thanks to Orson Welles

New Website

This morning, at around 8:30 a.m., FearlessandLoathing.com’s host was hacked by a notorious Turkish hack-master.  Thanks to the quick work of our webmaster, Bruce Lee, we were able to restore our content within two hours.  However, since we didn’t have our original format saved, we were forced to push our new and incomplete format.

We’ve done our best to listen to your comments: bigger headlines, less clutter.  The “NSFW” or “Drugs/Sex/Rock and Roll” section has been renamed “Risky Business” and, along with the blog, can now be found on the front page.

The website is far from finished: in addition to other projects, we want to change the color scheme and our header.  We would love more feedback on the new site.  All comments will be taken seriously.

David’s Best of F+L

Welcome to Oberlin! For those of you seeking new content, for now…this is it. As I write this, we are out reporting and will have orientation coverage starting tomorrow. In addition, we’ll have boatloads of information up when The Guide launches and are currently working on a couple news stories that we’ll run when the rest of the student body return to campus.

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Helena’s Best of F+L: Arts

We are Oberlin: artistic. Creative. Hosts to some of the most talented and revered musicians, actors, playwrights, and dancers ever to walk the earth…and home to quite a few talented students as well. This post serves to highlight the amazing performers that F+L has had the privilege to cover over the past couple of years. Enjoy! Continue reading

This One’s Actually Important: Why You Should Care About Student Government


Last semester Oberlin’s Student Senate, the Student Financial Committee (SFC) and the Office of the Student Treasurer (OST) held a forum titled “What the F*** is Student Government” as a response to a lack of campus involvement with student government. Besides senators, members of the SFC and the OST, and the few people who attend forums like the one just mentioned, most students ignore Oberlin’s student government all together.  There seems to be an endless cycle of Oberlin students being apathetic and uninvolved, which then causes members of the Student Senate to pay less attention to their jobs and care less about reaching out to students on campus. Continue reading