The Otter Realm



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Global crisis averted: CSUMB students participate in debate exercise at Middlebury Institute -- Attention Salinas commuters: Classes now offered in North Salinas -- Update: CFA strike -- Otter Realm breaks award record -- From kinder to college and beyond -- Combine courses to create a unique major: A unique major for the academically driven student -- #LetsTalkCSUMB: Students speak up against microaggression -- Understanding Latino men: Beyond Machismo -- We need to move, where are the breaks? -- Grouchy geek: leaders we are not (yet) -- Letter from AS President Emma Richardson -- Playing With Fire: After the sun sets at Asilomar Beach, light and dance collide to form an illuminated artform -- Let them Bee: Alumna brings beekeeping to CSUMB -- What's growing at the Watershed Institute? -- People on Campus: How engaged are you in the media? What is your preferred news source? -- CSUMB feels the Bern -- Honoring an activist: Students host series of events to commemorate Cesar Chavez -- Si se puede! United Farm Workers dedicate scholarship program to help students reach their dreams -- World Theater presents Noche Flamenca -- Otter Ebert's Netflix Picks -- Otter basketball Storms the court: Men's basketball face Humboldt State in first round of CCAA tournament -- Lady Vikings take charge: North Salinas High School girls' basketball aim for another Central Coast Sectional title -- Stereotypes, doughnuts & more: Police Chief Earl Lawson responds to students comments -- What You Otter be Doing -- Caption Contest -- Our strength is in herstory: Students campus-wide show support for Women's History Month

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





Otter Realm, March 3, 2016



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