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Faculty seeks to protect classes, jobs -- Tai Chi in need of numbers -- Price v. people: AS split on organic cotton -- CSUMB moves toward substance-free housing -- Flamingo Follow-up -- Ord Bowling: Campus planners ponder bowling alley's future -- Clubs unite for affirmative action -- Going on the air at CSUMB: KAZU radio an untapped resource for students -- Paving the road to higher education -- Love thy neighbor? All-night parties not appreciated by families in campus housing -- Campus Visitors' Center expected by end of 2004 -- Colin's Column -- Who would've thought running was so fun -- Outstanding Otters -- Men still Kickin': Despite loss, Otters advance to Regionals -- Otters' season ends with hard loss -- Web of Love: Dating online to meet your match -- Sugar Skulls: Not a Halloween Candy -- Dia de los Muertos celebrates culture, tradition and music -- Legacy of a Mexican Printmaker -- Slack-key musicians bring Hawaiian culture and music -- A Multicultural paper for a multicultural school -- Person on campus -- Artist spotlight: Development through art never-ending
California State University, Monterey Bay; College student newspapers and periodicals; Seaside (Calif.)
California State University, Monterey Bay, "Otter Realm, November 6, 2003, Vol. 9 No. 4" (2003). The Otter Realm. 108.
Nov. 6-19, 2003