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Students favor smoking ban

December 10, 2012

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By JOE NICHOLS News editor The results of the survey conducted by the Associated Students of Ohlone College on proposed changes to the Ohlone smoking policy showed that 66.4 percent or 346 students of the 521 students surveyed...

Fluke fire ignited

December 10, 2012

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By JOE NICHOLS News editor A small fire broke out on the pier at the pond behind Building 5 on Ohlone’s Fremont campus on Monday. The fire, started by cigarette ash, burned the last two boards at the pier over the water. “The...

Ohlone celebrates indigenous people

December 10, 2012

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By FRANKIE ADDIEGO Correspondent   The Ohlone College Speech and Chicano Studies Departments will hold a celebration of the 20th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday in the Jackson Theater. The...

Datatel changeover hits minor speed bump

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor Ohlone College’s main computer system experienced a couple of hiccups in the past few days. Monday at 12:30 a.m., “There seemed to be a corruption in the database,” said Daman...

Students install a brighter future

December 10, 2012

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By ASHLEY LAM Editor-in-chief Ohlone College’s solar class lit up low-income houses late September. Students volunteered on Sept. 28 and 27. Their day started off with a safety meeting, before the class broke into groups...

Fremont teen Akbari runs for mayor

December 10, 2012

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By HEATHER HEGEMAN Opinions editor While many students have trouble managing school and a part time job. Aziz Akbari said he hopes to begin managing a city of 218,000 people in addition to his college workload. On Nov....

New records system at the health center marks healthy new direction

December 10, 2012

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By MARRA-MARIE MAGSAKAY Features editor Ohlone College’s Student Health Center integrated a new electronic medical record system called Epic. “We are currently using a different electronic medical record system, but...

Professor profile: Darren Bardell

December 10, 2012

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By ASHLEY LAM Editor-in-chief Professor Darren Bardell has been teaching teaches history at Ohlone for almost eight years now. He said he had always known that he wanted to work at a community college and Ohlone ended...

Annual crime report reveals campus safety

December 10, 2012

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By JOE NICHOLS News editor Ohlone’s crime rates have remained low, according to the annual crime report released last week by campus security. The report looks at crime over a three-year period at both campuses. “The...

Prop. 30 and 38 pave educational future

December 10, 2012

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By MANIKA CASTERLINE Senior editor When California voters head to the polls in November, they will take a critical step in deciding the fate of how education will be financed. Both propositions 30 and 38 will increase...

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