Ohlone College Monitor
Thursday, November 20, 2014 - Vol. XLVIII No. 9

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Community: Ohlone Super Flea Market to close soon (continued on page 2)
    • Legislation: College declares interest in pilot 4-year program; Baccalaureate degree in respiratory therapy may be offered in future (continued on page 3)
    • Elections: Students choose newest ASOC leaders
  • Page 2 - News (1.4 MB)
    • News Bites:
      • Gallery auction through Dec. 4
      • Student Activities holds food drive
      • Holiday concert on Fremont campus
    • Flea market closure could last 4 years (continued from page 1)
  • Page 3 - News
    • School prepares for application process (continued from page 1)
    • Monitor wins nine awards at journalism conference
  • Page 4 - Features
    • On the Road: Turning the world
    • 'Gone Girl' holds audiences in perfect suspense
  • Page 5 - Features
    • Former student discovers artistic passion; Misra wants her paintings to be enjoyed by all
  • Page 6 - Opinions
    • Protesters interested in looting, not social justice
    • Comic: Black & Blue Friday
    • Thanksgiving non-break gets no thanks from me; Strange schedule made me miss family vacation
  • Page 7 - Sports
    • Ohlone wins in OT (continued from page 8)
    • Renegades 1-4 in opening games (continued from page 8)
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • Roundup: Women's soccer clinches playoff spot; Other Renegade teams unlikely to make postseason appearances (continued on page 7)
    • Men's Basketball: Renegades weather the storm; Hartnell makes things interesting, but Ohlone holds on for victory (continued on page 7)
    • Up in the Bleachers: Give it a shot
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