The Otter Realm



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Getting Out the Vote -- Come on out, folks -- Misconceptions about student athletes -- News: Alcohol: abuse with care -- Cell users frustrated with service on campus -- Prevent infections with virus protection software -- On the record: Leon Panetta sits down for a chat with The Otter Realm -- Christina Williams remembered -- Singing the late night library blues -- Safe Rides mean safe times -- Sports: Roller Hockey club eager to play another season -- Uncommon Sense -- No looking back, Volleyball player works hard for what she gets -- "Late Night with the Otters" Full spring tuition will be one of the nights prizes -- Dodgeball: not just for typical jocks -- Legendary coaches lend fame to Otter athletics, Wooden and Newell Reflect On A Lifetime Of Teaching At The UC -- Get a grip and repell your stress away -- Arts & Essence: Chalk Fest' 04, Street Painting Festival, local bands bring color to the black box -- 'Slackers' anything but at BBC performance -- The Naked Otter, Sploshing: That food went where? -- A Short Story: Waiting for the Sky Part 3, The Final Installment -- Remembering life with the Day of the Dead celebration -- Riff Raff strikes again -- World Theater awaits flamenco dancers -- Opinion: Meaningless ramblings of the free world -- Final ILPS? Without a schedule? Extra paperwork for administration may prove fatal for graduating seniors -- Editorial: Political spin cycle leaves voters out to dry, Presidential Debate Viewers Still Wringing Out Their Options -- Otter Oops -- Student Spotlight: Shaun Temple: highway Chile -- Person On Campus: How much alcohol do you drink on weekend nights?





Publication Date



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


Oct. 14-Oct. 27, 2004





Otter Realm, October 14, 2004, Vol. 11 No. 3



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