Ohlone College Monitor
Thursday, October 2, 2014 - Vol. XLVIII No. NUMBER

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Environmental Science: New greenhouse to be built in Newark (continued on page 2)
    • Legislation: Ohlone may offer four-year degrees (continued on page 3)
    • Students cast ballots for board rep (continued on page 2)
    • Student Support: Transfer Day fills the halls of Newark campus (continued on page 3)
  • Page 2 - News (1.2 MB)
    • News Bites:
      • Governor signs consent law
      • Screening at health center
      • Forensics team wins awards
      • New coordinator for Newark
    • Greenhouse construction begins in Newark (continued from page 1)
    • Student member needed; Three candidates vie for votes in special election (continued from page 1)
  • Page 3 - News (1 MB)
    • Transfer advice on offer at fair (continued from page 1)
    • Law paves way for 4-year degrees (continued from page 1)
  • Page 4 - Features
    • NorCal Renaissance Faire makes magic
  • Page 5 - Features
    • 'The Maze Runner' stands out as dystopian thriller
  • Page 6 - Opinions
    • Comic: Class Cancelled
    • Students to elect board representative - Candidate Statements
    • Campus Comment: How has the drought affected you?
  • Page 7 - Sports
    • Men's Soccer (continued from page 8)
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Men's Soccer: Renegades lose twice this week at home; Ohlone's losing streak extended to four, making their record 1-6 (continued on page 7)
    • Upcoming Renegades games
    • Up in the Bleachers: "Respect"
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