Ohlone College Monitor
Thursday, November 6, 2014 - Vol. XLVIII No. 8

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Niles alive with Day of the Dead
    • Ohlone board retains incumbents; Lonsdale not to be a trustee (continued on page 3)
    • State Race: Democrat Chu takes 25th Asembly seat; Former trustee denied in bid for state office
    • Government: Students elect new ASOC reps (continued on page 2)
  • Page 2 - News
    • News Bites:
      • O'Connell honored
      • Instructor to discuss Ebola
      • Seminar held on conversion therapy
    • Special election held to fill ASOC posts; Summer resignations leave seats vacant on student council (continued from page 1)
    • Wrights pledge $38 for faculty development
  • Page 3 - News
    • Frontage development inspires candidate (continued from page 1)
    • Punjabi students hold Diwali festival
  • Page 4 - Features
    • Poems, skulls, altars mark Day of the Dead events
  • Page 5 - Features
    • Review: Weezer still rocks on with 'Everything' album
    • Theater lovers can sign up for annual trip to NYC
  • Page 6 - Opinions
    • Comic: Superman in Retail
    • We should learn from 1964; 50th Anniversary of the Free Speech Movement (continued on page 7)
    • Campus Comment: If you were rich, what would you still not buy?
  • Page 7 - Opinion/Sports
    • What's our FSM? (continued from page 6)
    • Coach Fisher: 'I like this group' (continued from page 8)
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • It's a whole new ball game; The new-look men's basketball team debuts Thursday (continued on page 7)
    • Ohlone to host men's basketball tournament
    • Upcoming Renegades games
    • Up in the Bleachers: Offensive offense
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