The Otter Realm



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Drugs are prevalent as CSUMB -- Crime threatens campus -- Students doubt cleanliness of eating facilities -- News: Hundred-year itch, CSUMB to bury time capsule -- Athletics Department seeks student dollars -- Parking signs vandalized -- Falling for fall break -- Butt Busters Brigade saves local scenery -- Otters weigh in on Bush's re-election to office -- Students juggle parenthood and curriculum -- Show me the money -- Wild on Fort Ord -- Sports: Fall sports finish a tough NCAA division II season -- Disc-golfers aren't throwing their time away -- Uncommon Sense -- Hoop teams lay down the ground work -- Men's volleyball club starts at CSUMB -- Autocrosse, guerilla style -- Arts & Essence: 'Emma' breathes life into human rights history -- Local markets offer goods -- Home Suite Home -- Exposed: Activist performs on campus -- A Short Story, Finding Home Part II -- Students review movies -- The Naked Otter -- Bassist chose music over money -- Honoring our vets -- Opinion: Otra vez, ya basta [Again, enough already] -- Letters to the Editor -- Building 47 goats gruff -- The debate: Should CSUMB censor Open Forum?, Censorship a positive standard for other online forums. Yes!, Freedom of Speech needs to continue to prevail in America -- Editorial: "Doom" - you know how to spell it: B-U-S-H -- Otter Oops -- Student Spotlight: Nancy Boys remember early days of band -- Person On Campus: If you could buy President Bush on thing, what would it be?





Publication Date



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


Nov. 11-Dec. 02, 2004

Incorrectly labelled Vol. 11 No. 6





Otter Realm, November 11, 2004, Vol. 11 No. 5



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