The Otter Realm



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Fees increase, again -- Not afraid to take the trey -- Sunken ship for the future of artistic expression -- News: Giving "Hope" to California education -- New majors, minors present new options - Rape Crisis Center cuts walk-in hours on campus, Lack of business and involvement is to blame -- Students talk about prices, quality of campus dining -- PFAC: People Fighting Against Cancer -- CDC wants space -- Sexual assault rate higher here than any other CSU -- Unanimous "no" to Army recruiters looking for students -- An 'awesome' man passes on -- Sports: Take an adventure -- Boxing an effective workout -- Uncommon Sense -- Chopping those holiday pounds away -- 2004 Turkey Trot was biggest ever -- Will Brown: No sign of slowing down -- Arts & Essence: Peninsula's 'Unique weather': Have students moods gone overcast? -- Sexercise: A pleasurable way to put calories to rest -- A short Story, Finding Home The Final Installment -- Culture holiday greetings -- Reggae with a tón -- NCBI fights oppression -- The Naked Otter -- Quality ethnic food still cheap -- Opinion: TV Sucks! Don't get trapped by the boob tube -- What ever happened to the "People's University?" Realities about student fee increases -- The debate: Are New Year's resolutions worth the trouble? No! New Year's resolutions are a misguided sham, Yes! New Year's resolutions are beneficial-if you're a strong person -- Letters to the Editor -- Editorial: Cabinet members give two weeks notice -- Otter Oops -- Student Spotlight: Stephanie Young: What will she do next? -- Object On Campus -- What is your holiday purpose?





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


Dec. 2-Dec. 15, 2004






Copyright held by California State University, Monterey Bay

Otter Realm, December 2, 2004, Vol. 11 No. 6



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