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Governor's Intro to Service Learning 101 -- A place to call home -- UAW union represents students -- News: Grito de Independencia: Celebrating Mexican Independence Day -- A four-street compromise for housing -- 'Quiet Crisis' shouts message -- Candidates weigh-in on debate issues -- Seal bombs damage cars on campus, Polica have no leads on suspect -- Sports: Women Otters look for footing -- Uncommon Sense -- Men's midfield leads by example -- Setting the tone -- Students jump for thrills -- Arts & Essence: No elitists allowed! Gallery opens first 'Locals' show -- Empty pockets? Places to fill a stomach without breaking the bank -- Waiting for the sky Part 1 -- Attention freshman Otters: Tips for surviving life at CSUMB -- BBC hopes to draw crowds with weekend events -- The Big O -- The Low Down -- While you were out_The best or Otter Blotter, Action doesn't stop for UPD over summer -- Battling the homework blues: Simple solutions to beat the stress bug -- Opinion: The debate: Can you really graduate from CSUMB in four years? -- Lack of schedule options and multiple requirements make it impossible. No! -- With more units per class, it's easy to take on extra classes and still have time for a job. Yes! -- Up is down, black is white, The RNC has come and gone, but Realm editors are still shaking their heads -- Student Spotlight: Jessica Sanchez: A student beyond her college years -- Person On Campus: What would you ask if you had to ask the Otter Realm one question?

Volume

11

Issue

1

Publication Date

9-16-2004

Keywords

California State University, Monterey Bay; College student newspapers and periodicals; Seaside (Calif.)

Notes

Sept. 16-Sept. 29, 2004

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Otter Realm, September 16, 2004, Vol. 11 No. 1

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