The Otter Realm



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OtterMedia vote just as confusing as the issue -- Chancellor White visits CSUMB: A question & answer with the CSU chancellor -- Marina movie theater open for the public -- Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations -- Majoring in Math as easy as Pi -- College of Business adds major and reviews programs -- College of Education offers Multiple Subject Teacher Credential program -- Marina purchases Preston Park for $35 million: Marina apartments will now support local economy -- Defense spending high while other branches suffer -- Christianity and equality: Shedding light on our differences -- Get a clue, know your news! -- Banks takes the helm at UROC -- Letter from AS President Emma Richardson -- CSUMB Annual Crime and Fire Safety Report: Mandated report now available online -- Informing the uninformed -- 3 Apps every college student needs -- People On Campus: Students were asked why they are considering CSUMB -- Bioreactor project explores ways to remove nitrates from runoff -- Paws and take a look: SPCA offers pets of all kinds -- Students reaching new depths: Scuba program gives students with disabilities opportunities to dive -- Sox Box will sweep you off your feet! -- Need another reason to explore Big Sur? We've found the perfect spot: Big Sur's only eclectic gift shop -- Kingston to perform at CSUMB Homecoming, Oct. 23 -- December People tickets on sale now -- Documentary screening and discussion about gender-based oppression Oct. 23 at World Theater -- Monterey County LGBTQ + history project -- Carmel International Film Festival begins Oct. 21 -- Caption Contest

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





Otter Realm, October 15, 2015



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