Ohlone Monitor

Halloween thrifting: Scavenge for treasures

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor Kids are not the only ones who are excited to celebrate, eat an absurd amount of candy and wear their costumes for Halloween. Students at Ohlone College are also anticipating the...

Kids poses are picture perfect for portraits

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor Portrait photographs are not as easy as they seem. Many people hide their thoughts, nerves and fears through a smile. Photographer Renee Billingslea captures the true em...

Scary movies: the classics vs. modern tales

December 10, 2012

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By LOUIS LAVENTURE Sports editor With Halloween fast approaching, it is time to start getting in the mood to be scared. Here are some of the scariest movies – old and new – that will be sure to have you leaving on...

Ancient Halloween survives with American twist

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor No matter the age, many Americans anticipate that special holiday in October –Halloween. It is an excuse for kids to dress up as their favorite character and eat bags of cand...

High school drama strikes back uncensored

December 10, 2012

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By JOE W. NICHOLS News editor The Ohlone Theater Department is gearing up for its annual fall production. “Dog sees God,” is a parody by Bert Royal that follows the “Peanuts” cast through the pitfalls of high...

African American club aims to improve student life

December 10, 2012

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By CAMERON LOPEZ Staff writer The African American Student Alliance walked away from Club Days last month proudly holding 30 sign-ups for possible new members. With their participation in the Music Club’s “Tomorrow’s...

Ohlone College presents autumn nights of classical entertainment

December 10, 2012

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By CAMERON LOPEZ Staff writer Coming later this weekend, Ohlone College Smith Center will host two concerts featuring the California Wind Orchestra and the Mission Peak Brass Band. Former San Jose Symphony tubist Tony...

College in Hawaii: It’s swim, surf and study

December 10, 2012

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By RYAN TIGLAO Staff writer College life in Hawaii is not all just rainbows and sunshine. The sea crashes against the vibrant, yellow sand. The periodic rain drops falls from the sky. The wind blows between the creases...

Ohlone students layer up to warm up for fall

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor Fall is supposedly approaching. Many students are eagerly waiting for the weather to cool down so they can wear the new fall fashions. Trends come and go, but fall is one season...

Ohlone sculpts out a creative new art scene

December 10, 2012

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By HANNAH WALROD Staff writer Art installations around Ohlone bring a little more life and color to the campus. The dynamic and unique installations are very well crafted and a great contribution to the campus by the...

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