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Dia de los Muertos: When Life and Death Go Hand in Hand -- What You Otter Be Doing October 31 - November 14 -- Shifting Priorities and Making Decisions -- Giving for the Sake of Sharing: "Really, Really Free Market" a Success in North Quad -- Volunteering for the Youth of the Nations: Village Project in Seaside Provides Opportunities for Service Learning -- Campus Prepares for New Business and Information Technology Building: Parking Options Subject to Change with New Construction -- No Privacy in Public Locations: City of Seaside May Install New Surveillance Cameras -- Gatorade Pong A Splash: Otter Sports Center Features Non-Alcoholic Event -- Know Where to Vote in November: Polling Places and Voting Information For the Monterey County Elections -- Hitting the Books: Midterms Have Ended, Panic is Postponed -- Theta Alpha Sigma Confronts Domestic Violence: Heightening Consciousness Around Domestic Violence on Campus -- CSUMB Pays Homage to Native Americans: Events Honoring Native American Heritage Month To be Held On Campus -- Possible Link Between Alcohol and Breast Cancer: Can Women Who Drink Be More at Risk for Breast Cancer? -- Behind the Kitchen Door: A Night Out With Saru Jayaraman -- Breaking the Silence of Egyptian Women: Activist Speaks Human Rights for Egypt -- Dia de los Muertos When Life and Death go Hand in Hand -- Padre with a Mission: Junipero Serra and the Legacy of California Missions -- Faculty Reclaims Their Voice: Town Hall Discusses Shared Governance -- "Six Months, Three Days" Remembers the Future: Hugo Award Winner Charlie Anders Shares Insight on Short Fiction -- Future of Art and Music -- World Cultures on the Reel: International Film Festival Comes to Town -- New Season, New Coach, New Plans: Behind the Scenes with Women's New Basketball Coach Kerri Nakamoto -- Otter Athletic Update! An Overview on CSUMB's Fall Sports Teams -- Building Relationships and Learning Through Activity: Intramural Sports Keeps Students Active -- World Series All Inclusive in Baseball? Many Questions if the Title "World Series" Needs to be Changed -- Does Tradition Justify Racism? Growing Opposition of the Washington Redskin's Name -- The Impact of Employment: Full Time, Part Time, or No Job? -- Tailgating Problem on Inter-Garrison: Speed Reduced to 35 mph Causing Tailgaters -- Otter Oops -- Sexual Healing When You Don't Get A Room -- TIDES --Do You Have Any Post-Midterm Resolutions?
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California State University, Monterey Bay, "Otter Realm, October 31, 2013" (2013). The Otter Realm. 235.