The Otter Realm



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Promontory's Flash Flood -- Editorial Epithets -- Meet the Staff Writers -- Promontory's Flash Flood: Paying the Price: 62 Students Displaced A Week After Water Damage -- Set Microwave to Red Alert: Food mishap causes shutdown of BIT building -- Sobranes Fire Update: County fire continues to burn for seven weeks -- The Big Read -- Monterey Downs Gets Delayed: Seaside Planning Commission stalls plans for large development near campus -- Intramurals Season Hits CSUMB: Students gear up to join in the sports fever as teams seek players -- Otters Score Tight Win Over Argonauts -- High School Students Going for the Gold: Integration of Disabled Students at North Salinas High School -- Women's Soccer Wins Kickoff Game: Otters pull ahead in high energy match with Notre Dame de Namur -- Weighing in on Food Waste: Weight Your Waste tips the scales towards zero -- Let's Go Clubbing: A crash course in this year's unique student organizations -- OSU Presents: Upcoming Events -- CSUMB Remembers: Candlight vigil held for victims of summer violence -- Victims Take a Stand: Elevated reporting of sexual assault empowers students -- Seeing Them for Who They Are: Introducing the developmentally disabled in our community -- Find Us on Social Media! -- Otter Realm Otherwise -- Q & A featuring Luis Camara CART Professor -- Say What!? How the language barrier effects international students and their experiences at CSUMB -- The Nerdy Girl Diaries -- Blvck//Cursed Skin: Discrimination is an everyday reality for people of color -- Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -- When Financial Aid Says "Packages and Awards Will Be Available in June" -- Otters of the Bay

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





Otter Realm, September 15, 2016



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