Thursday, February 27, 2014 - Vol. XLVII No. 2

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  • Page 1 - News
    • Construction: New parking situation gets mixed reviews (continued on page 3)
    • Measure G: Newark campus closes parking lot (continued on page 3)
    • Accreditation: Commission to visit Ohlone in March; Team to meet with groups, individuals as part of six-year review (continued on page 3)
  • Page 2 - News
    • On the Road with Mitchell Walther: Spices of happiness
    • Conference: High school counselors gather at Ohlone
    • Financial Aid: Pleas entered in fraud case
    • Campus Event: Club Days provide information
    • News Bites:
      • Palm Bosque traffic changes
      • Workshop to discuss diversity
      • Series presents two speeches
  • Page 3 - News
    • College preparing for ACCJC visit (continued from page 1)
    • Parking lot closures receive varying opinions (continued from page 1)
    • Parking shifts at Ohlone Newark campus (continued from page 1)
  • Page 4 - Features
    • Former nun worked with Mother Teresa; Mary Johnson shares her experiences working with Missionaries of Charity for more than 20 years
    • Gay Straight Alliance aims to educate, inform community
  • Page 5 - Features
    • 'A dream that I can't wake up from'
  • Page 6 - Opinions
    • Comic: Black History Month Mount Rushmore
    • Black History Month is time to reflect, honor
    • Campus Comment: What does Black History Month mean to you?
  • Page 7 - Sports
    • Got Me Feeling Some Type of Way with Louis LaVenture: Olympic change
    • Basketball: Ohlone hoops teams heading to playoffs; Men host College of the Sequoias, women travel to take on Sierra College
  • Page 8 - Sports
    • 2014 Ohlone College Lady Renegades Softball; Following a disappointing 2013 campaign, the team is relying on youth for a major turnaround; Three sophomores, slew of freshmen ready for return to top

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