Ohlone College Monitor

Thursday, November 3, 2011 - Vol. XLII No. 9

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  • All pages (2.8 MB)
  • Page 1 - News
    • Photos: No contest: Students come in disguise
    • Geotech drilling lights the path toward solar
    • Forensics team wins
  • Page 2 - Opinions
    • Ohlone Comic: Students Loans
    • Opinions:
      • The Obama plan to forgive student loan debt
      • Will Ron Paul end federal student loans?
    • Campus Comment: Could you afford school without student loans?
  • Page 3 - News
    • The "B" Side: Slow and steady
    • Blood drive draws from 56 donors
    • Campus security report isn't arresting
  • Page 4 - Features (1.1 MB)
    • Dia de Los Muertos celebration is a big hit
  • Page 5 - Features
    • 'Servant of Two Masters' hits Smith Center
    • Discounts made easier thanks to Vidappe
    • Asian clinic sponsors heart walk at Lake Elizabeth
  • Page 6 - News
    • 'FlimFlam': Selling the art of the con
    • It is easy being green: Students and faculty play a proactive role in getting trash recycled
    • Maybe the birds need to go to anger management class
    • Money requested to build prototype vehicle
  • Page 7 - Sports/Events
    • How much is too much for college athletes? (continued on page 8)
    • Campus Events
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Women's volleyball rides wave to victory
    • Men's soccer suffers loss against physical CCSF team
    • Division I athletes: scandals galore (continued from page 8)