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RallyCom a go, Presidential veto saves RallyCom -- Students celebrate Semana de la Raza -- President's new office approved despite opposition -- News: Former senators and students discuss world leadership as part of Panetta Lecture Series -- Beach to open near campus -- Ghosts of Fort Ord -- Summer session nears -- Call for commencement volunteers -- Alumni help fund capstone projects -- A Sticky-icky situation -- Sports: Colin's Column -- Otters Dive Into A New Season Of Water Polo To Start Its Entrance Into The NCAA -- Athletics transition to next stage -- Kayaking to camp -- Arts & Essence: Chiapas Media Project, Zapatistas use films as another means of resistance -- To bronze or to gel 'tis the question -- Laughter: The best medicine -- The Big O, Friends with Benefits -- Trader Joe's versus Albertsons: You Choose. -- Are you going to throw that away? -- McTaggart to celebrate a decade of loyalty -- Opinion: Park Patrol: a solution to vandalism or a "bad idea?", Proposal to stop light breaking, One student's argument against Alliance's solution -- This is your school, stop the vandalism! -- Editorial: Whose campus is this anyway? -- Prisoners prioritized, students marginalized -- Otter Oops -- Artist Spotlight: Against the grain: artist reflects on inspiration -- Person On Campus: How do you feel about President Smith getting his office on the fourth floor of the new library?
California State University, Monterey Bay; College student newspapers and periodicals; Seaside (Calif.)
California State University, Monterey Bay, "Otter Realm, May 13, 2004, Vol. 10 No. 7" (2004). The Otter Realm. 119.