Ohlone College Monitor

Thursday, May 10, 2012 - Vol. XLIII No. 13

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Cho seeks Fremont's top office (continued on page 10)
    • Bye Bye Birdie; Injuried owl attracts concerned campus
    • Write-ins win seat in ASOC
    • Photo: The Block opens to rave reviews (story and photos on page 4)
  • Page 2 - Opinions
    • The "B" Side: Still young
    • Ohlone Comic: Not enough power in the universe
    • Opinions:
      • Fremont campus tries to deal with trash (continued on page 3)
    • Monitor staff
  • Page 3 - Opinions
    • Opinions:
      • Campus trash (continued from page 2)
      • Cyberbullying needs to be stopped
    • Ohlone Comic: Scott's steps for taking a final
    • Campus Comment: What are your plans for summer break?
  • Page 4 - News
    • News bites: Quiet, Facuty, Resume, Finals, Photo, Math
    • Around the Block; Century Theater debuts at Pacific Commons
  • Page 5 - News
    • Soul Cycle; Students use a different set of wheels to get around
  • Page 6 - Features
    • Marvel Studio Films stays true to superhero flair
    • Photos: The Avengers, Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
    • 'The Avengers' leave audience wanting more
  • Page 7 - Features
    • Take a look back into the past…'Metropolis' defines itself as a culture icon
    • Alumna makes it big and returns to Ohlone (continued on page 10)
  • Page 8 - Features
    • Gerolaga spins through colorful competition
    • Loyal fans stand by motto 'Gotta catch 'em all'
  • Page 9 - News
    • Final exams loom over Ohlone students
    • Laila Khan wins English Dept. writing contest with 'Kismet'
  • Page 10 - News
    • Alumna's new role (continued from page 7)
    • Councilman Cho seeking position as Fremont mayor (continued from page 1)
  • Page 11 - Sports
    • Ohlone Softball wins against SJCC (continued from page 12)
    • Teams prepare for big games (continued from page 12)
  • Page 12 - Sports
    • Ohlone softball beats San Jose City (continued on page 11)
    • Ohlone softball, baseball teams work to catch fire for playoffs (continued on page 11)
    • Ohlone baseball moves to round two