Ohlone College Monitor

Thursday, September 29, 2005 - Vol. XXXXI No. 7

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Transfer Day crowd
    • Faculty okays 16-week semester
    • 3 Ohlone students killed in Union City car crash
    • Depression screening set
    • Yesterday's ride
  • Page 2 - Opinion
    • Cutting: where beauty and horror truly collide
    • How can college prepare you better for real life?
  • Page 3 - News
    • Students soak up information at Transfer Day
    • Katona signs Book Savvy in Library
    • Ohlone getting its own seismograph
    • School receives federal Title 3 Grant
  • Pages 4-5 - Features
    • From isolationism to intervention
    • New philosophy instructor teaches Asian religion
    • Deaf News Corner: In Memoriam of Gil Lentz
    • Former Ohlone Monitor Editor-In-Chief, Tony Yang, enjoys life at University of Wyoming
    • Tracy Virgil: A Puente program mentor and English instructor calls Ohlone College her home
    • Abroad, Ohlone students living in a different world
    • Jim Klent, professor of chemistry, is considered a "father figure"
    • Local author involves an Afghan Ohlone Student in his novel "Kite Runner"
    • Large turnout at Ohlone's Garage Sale Blast
  • Page 6 - News
    • College Council discusses shorter semesters
    • How to write U.C. admission statement
  • Page 7 - Campus Events/Sports
    • The hunt for October heats up
    • Campus Events Calendar
    • Jobs and Internships
    • Classifieds
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Softball showdown: women triumph
    • Lady Renegades pound Foothill 4-0
    • Giants out again; nice work, Tomko