Ohlone College Monitor

Thursday, February 3, 2005 - Vol. XXXX No. 3

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Interpreter's deportation is delayed
    • Plans advance to lease surplus land for housing, retail
    • Astronomy teacher worked on Saturn mission
    • Biotechnology talk Friday
  • Page 2 - Opinion
    • The rising cost of a disposable culture and forgettable fads
    • Intuition and Mom's advice: recipe for a lesson worth learning
    • Give us your best Zoolander face
  • Page 3 - News/Features
    • ‘Having police officers at Ohlone College unarmed is very disturbing'
    • Disappointing turnout for tsunami fundraiser
    • Survey shows reactions to police with guns
    • Board to debate surplus property
    • Glass shatters, student cut
  • Pages 4-5 - Features
    • DeWitt has published his 20th book
    • Lose weight: just eat less
    • Police chief was invited to Bush inauguration
    • Smith Center has varied lineup for spring semester, ranging from theater to music to dance to art
    • Turning low art into high art: an artist's view
    • The sad case of ‘Irv Gotti”
  • Page 6 - News/Features
    • Ohlone instructor worked on Saturn project
    • 100 People/100 Days program continues
    • Deaf instructor may not be deported after all
  • Page 7 - Calendar
    • Campus Events Calendar
    • Jobs and Internships
    • Classifieds
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Men's basketball upset rival Chabot in Hayward
    • Here's the latest, straight out of Jacksonville
    • Lady Renegades drop a close one to top ten team