The Otter Realm



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Fighting Back: Students Raise Awareness for Rape Prevention -- What You Otter Be Doing! March 17 - April 6, 2011 -- Buzz Chirp Ring -- Charles in Charge: CSU Chancellor Reed to Give Lecture at Panetta Institute -- ...The Bomb Shelter Not so Bomb? -- Underneath the Stars in Egypt -- Take Back the Night: Rape Prevention Program Comes to CSUMB -- HELP! I've Got Test Anxiety -- Are Students Getting Dumber? New Studies on Education Quality -- Students Raise Voices About Education -- Gas Prices Increase 50 Cents in a Few Weeks -- Artificial Sweeteners Do they cause CANCER? -- Return of the Natives: Protecting our Watershed -- Planned Parenthood Under Treath: Budget Cuts Aimed at "Protecting" Taxpayers -- Planned Parenthood Amenaza -- Objects of Deployment: The Veteran's Book Project gives war veterans a voice -- St. Paddy's Day: Why do we celebrate this Irish Holiday? Did Somebody Put Ecstasy In Your Popcorn?1 -- VPA and W.H.A.A.T. Mural Project -- Women's Basketball Long Season is Over: The Otters lost in the NCAA West Regional Semi-Finals -- Derby Girls Roll Out in Monterey -- SACRAMENTO KINGS Question a Move -- Campus Athletics in Danger: CSUMB Sports Program Faces Cuts -- Blasting Bullshit: The Sad Truth About Today's Music Scene -- Fan vs. Groupie: The Hard-Knock Life of Being a Fan in a World Full of Thirsty Females -- Eating Out of College: An Opinion of a Student's Sense of Frugality -- How Much Can We Afford to Cut? A Case to Keep Funding Science -- Check out this poetry! Angelfish -- Check out this book review! -- Otter Oops -- Sexual Healing Walk Before You Run -- Tides -- What are your Spring Break plans?

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Otter Realm, March 17, 2011



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