The Grape

The Grape bills itself as "Oberlin's Alternative Student Newspaper."

One of the two main student newspapers, the Grape began in 1999-2000 as a forum for feature-length articles and political commentary. Since then its focus has changed to that of a more traditional alt-weekly, including extensive coverage of the arts and popular music. It is perhaps most infamous for its "Bad Habits" section, which features reviews of pornography, essays on drug use, and mostly-nude centerfolds starring current students. It prints every other Saturday and has a friendly rivalry with the Review.

The office of the Grape is located in Burton's basement, on the west side (exactly opposite the Review's office).


Staff Fall '10

Opinions

THE HOTTEST OBERLIN STUDENTS EDIT THE GRAPE.

I was brainwashed against the Grape by a jealous Review writer at the beginning of my freshman year. Upon reading them, though, I realized that the Review was just boring. Adcjordan 22:44, 12 February 2007 (EST)

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External Links

The Grape has no online presence, and holds fast to the ephemeral quality that once characterized print media in days of yore.

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