Ohlone College Monitor

Thursday, April 26, 2012 - Vol. XLIII No. 11

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Photos: Annual Festival Blooms in SF; Second largest Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates 45 years (story and photos continued on page 4)
    • Campus cop's memory honored at 'Out of Darkness' (continued on page 3)
  • Page 2 - Opinions
    • The "B" Side: Here we go again
    • Comic: Hippies
    • Opinion: America's oldest teen dies at 82
    • Campus Comment: How far would you go to talk a friend out of suicide?
  • Page 3 - News
    • Walk looks to prevent suicide (continued from page 1)
    • News bites: Quiet, Poverty, Golden
  • Pages 4-5 - Features
    • 45th Annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival; Bay Area residents join San Francisco Japantown's celebration of spring and culture (more photos on page 1)
    • 'Chinese Americaness and Trying to Find Chinatown' pertains to generations of Chinese Americans
  • Page 6 - Features
    • Tom Blank produces his last Student Rep show
    • Documentary 'Chimpanzee' explore primate life
    • The Ohlone Chamber Singers wrap up season
  • Page 7 - Sports
    • Renegades triumph over Gavilan Rams
    • Ohlone baseball wounded by loss to West Valley
  • Page 8 - News
    • Raza Day encourages transition to college