The Otter Realm



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Leading the Next Generation: Cal State Monterey Bay students attend the 2012 Student Leadership Conference -- What You Otter Be Doing October 4 - October 17 -- $1.7 Mil. Grant for Electric Trolley: Electric Trolley Comes to MST, Promoting a Green, Sustainable Community -- Project Green Challenge: Teens Turning Green -- In California ...We Trust? Gov. Brown Vetoes Trust Act -- McNair Grant -- Military-Friendly Campus -- Becoming American: Immigrant Students Acquiring Citizenship Status -- El Camino a la Ciudadania -- Advising Goes to the Top: Library will house Academic and Career Advising Center -- New Career Adviser: Rhonda Mercadal-Espinosa: Ready to Help with Career Opportunities -- Racoons and Litter: New Waste Program Keeps Trash Off the Ground -- Art or Vandalism? The Unspoken Conflict Behind Campus Graffiti -- Smoking In College Ends -- To Label or Not to Label: Do consumers have the right to know about genetically engineered food? -- CSUMB Summons the Youth Vote: Clubs Collectively Work on Educating CSUMB Voters -- More than a Museum: Steinbeck Center Changes Its Focus to Emphasize Community -- Protestors Obstruct Access: Anti-Abortion Activists Flock To Seaside Planned Parenthood -- Disaster raining at CSUMB -- ROCK STEADY VOTE READY: Students take a lesson before messin' with the ballot -- Cruising the Career Fair: Otters Prepare for a Chance to Look at Jobs for Now and "What's Next" After They Graduate -- PCs Take Over Mac Territory: Library welcomes 47 computers -- CSUMB's Journey to Manzanar: A Portrait of Life in a Japanese Internment Camp -- "The Day I Came Out ..." Out and About Club Panels to Honor LGBTQ Month -- Pool Debuts "1917 Otters" Group: Group Will Support CSUMB Soccer and Rugby Teams with Spirited Chants -- Rugby Begins New Season: Early Activities Include Community Outreach with At-Risk Youth in Marina -- Come to the Art-Side: See the Other Side of Salinas -- Transfers On The Town: CSUMB Treats Transfer Students to a Night on the Town -- Otter Trolley: Getting Students around Campus in Fashion -- Students get Easy Access to Fresh Produce: Farmers Market on Campus Offers a Variety of Choices -- Out With The Old, In With The New: Easy Bartering At The Swap Shop -- Not So Columbus Day: Questioning the Discovery Story -- Direct Action gets the Goods -- Where to Go When You Want to Rock -- Otter Oops -- Sexual Healing To Snip, or Not to Snip -- Little Eucalyptus Tree: We Will be Astronauts, Inshallah -- TIDES -- Are you registered to vote? Why?

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Otter Realm, October 4, 2012



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