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A farewell to Dean Moroh: Founding faculty and College of Science Dean retires -- CSUMB Athletics exceed scholarship requirement, but still lags behind other CCAA school -- The CFA "Fight for Five" continues --Winter SCUBA diving class at CSUMB -- Fletcher publishes new book -- Building diverse skill sets to serve diverse communities -- Students check in to new Sustainable Hospitality Management major: New major in College of Business is first of its kind, offers unique opportunity -- People on Campus: What Is Your Favorite Memory From This Semester? -- Vaccinate before infection: Think twice before you skip the shot. Vaccinations save lives in your home and your community -- Every Women's right to Planned Parenthood services -- Save on student loans -- Destroy Salinas stereotypes -- Letter from AS President: Emma Richardson -- Monterey Vs. Salinas: The Media's Framing of Crime: The Crime, The Newspapers, The Future -- California vs. Mother Nature -- New legislation provides long-awaited statewide regulation of medical marijuana -- Living on the edge: Big Sur's coastal hot springs at Esalen Institute -- From Capstone to Community: Farmers' markets are the culmination of ISSM alumna's senior project -- Moving out, moving up: Leaving campus for winter break? Tips for taking care of your room and a smooth move -- OtterMedia is now hiring! -- FALL 2015 Capstone Festival -- Sea the lights: Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club to host lighted boat parade Dec. 6 -- Disability Empowerment panel Dec. 4 -- Downtown Monterey open mic night -- Humanities Narratives Project Dec. 11 --Caption Contest -- Thanks Alex

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12-3-2015

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

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Otter Realm, December 3, 2015

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