Ohlone Monitor

Flu epidemic strikes Ohlone

Rob Adamic, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017

Filed under News

Chances are you've heard someone violently coughing in at least one of your classes this semester. That's not just a head cold. It's the flu. This flu season there are twice as many cases as usual and if yo...

Making an online friend before the end of the world

Ronnie Lozano, Features Editor

November 7, 2016

Filed under Features, News

Cast members were calm and confident in rehearsals Wednesday, just days from a world premiere in Ohlone's NUMMI Theater, which stands in stark contrast to the anxiety and panic taking place in the play. One of the ...

Historic election approaches


November 7, 2016

Filed under News

We have less than a week away from the November 8 general election. At the local level, we have two candidates for the non partisan post of mayor: Bill Harisson and Lily Mei. Harisson is the current mayor of Fremont a ...

Social Justice Conference

October 19, 2016

Revenue sought from unused land

Tomi Boyd, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016

Filed under Construction Updates, News

In a dusty room at the top of a hill, eight men and women met to decide the fate and future of Ohlone College. The main topic of Wednesday’s board meeting: development of the unused property that extends from Witherly ...

Si Se Puede

Si Se Puede

October 5, 2016

National Depression Day Preview

Dina DeLeon, Staff Writer

October 5, 2016

Filed under News, Showcase

Every year in October National Depression Screening Day is held at Ohlone to educate students, faculty and staff members that it is possible to eliminate emotional and physical symptoms of depression, anxiety, mood disorder...

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