Ohlone College Monitor
Thursday, December 10, 2015 - Vol. L No. 10

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  • Page 1 - News
    • The hill is alive…
    • Study: Women faculty of color face barriers (continued on page 3)
    • Student honored for elevator assist (continued on page 3)
    • Students reap benefits of more intensive English class (continued on page 3)
  • Page 2 - News
    • News Bites:
      • UC extends deadline
      • STEP Up offers study guide
      • Ohlone seeks new VP
    • Happy Holidays from the Monitor
    • Vigil for Chicano Studies
    • On the BackBench with Brianne O'Sullivan: 'This is not conservatism'
  • Page 3 - News
    • More intensive English class sees results (continued from page 1)
    • Student receives Letter of Appreciation (continued from page 1)
    • Professor: Women faculty of color face racism, sexism (continued from page 1)
  • Page 4 - Features
    • Game On with Vanessa Luis: Are our games making us violent?
    • KOHL opens door to the airwaves
  • Page 5 - Features
    • Holiday happenings
  • Pages 6-7 - Features
    • Kabul Dreams
  • Page 8 - Opinions
    • Bratty kids? Just call Krampus
    • Comic: Tired of your bratty children? Merry Krampus! Want to teach them a lesson? Too spoiled? Just give us a jingle and we got it handled. 1-888-KRA-MPUS
    • Letter to Editor: Overcrowding key to Mision Peak problems (continued on page 9)
    • Campus Comment: What New Year's resolution will you not keep?
  • Page 9 - Opinions
    • Loving an immigrant is beautiful, difficult
    • 'Paving parklands for a parking lot is not the solution' (continued from page 8)
  • Page 10 - Opinions/Sports
    • Super Bowl coming to Bay Area in February
    • Comic: New Year's beauty - Resolution/Reality
  • Page 11 - Sports
    • Men cool off after strong start to season
  • Page 12 - Sports
    • Lady Renegades fall to Siskiyous
    • Short Sports Report with Cristian Medina: And then there were four
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