The Otter Realm



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Black History Month: Clubs and Organizations Pay Tribute To Black History Month At CSUMB -- An Educator Outside The Classroom -- What You Otter Be Doing February 12 - February 25 -- Safety First In Transportation: Every Student Has The Right To Be Safe By Reminding Themselves Of Safety Guidelines For All Commuters on Campus -- Board Of Trustees Adopts New Opt-Out Fee Across CSU System: $2 Goes A Long Way, "Success Fees" Take A Step Back -- CSUMB, Seaside And African American History--Part 1 -- History In The Making: Clubs And Organizations Pay Tribute To Black History Month At CSUMB -- Hungry For Options? -- Are We Charlie? A Student And Professor Share Their Views On Free Speech And The Paris Attacks -- "Noir," A Film And An Experience -- Is Your Information Safe? How Misinformation May Affect Facebook Users -- Chasing A Dream -- The Best Of CES 2015: It's Starting To Look A Lot Like The Future -- Momentus Monologues: Breaking Down Boundaries One Monologue At A Time -- CSUMB Rising: On V-Day Our Campus Rises To Eliminate Violence Against Women -- Brady Matches Montana With Fourth Super Bowl Win: Butler, A Hero For Brady And His Legacy -- 2014-2015 Basketball Wrap Up: CSUMB's Women's And Men's Basketball Teams Hosting A Double Header For Their Final Home Game -- Run These (In Your Undies): Take Part In Unique Charity 5Ks Near You -- New Semester, New Adventures: Make The Most Of Our Area Hiking, Camping Or Sightseeing -- Memoirs Of A Male Feminist: Unlearning The Old Script Of Being A Man -- Otter Ebert's Movie Review: Selma -- Nightlife -- Monterey BAE -- What is your craziest food quirk?

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





Otter Realm, February 12, 2015



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