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Dance, Honor, and Celebrate: Native American Heritage Month

By Kimberly Haley Hundreds of participants from Native American communities in California gathered for a celebration that included a powwow dancing contest in full traditional regalia, music, educational presentations, film, arts and crafts, vendors, and “native tacos,” at the University Center of Cal State Monterey Bay on Nov. 5th. The Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation (OCEN)…
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Overnight Election Results

By Otter Realm Staff It is official. After possibly on of the most controversial presidential elections to date, Donald Trump has been elected as the President of the United States. Donald Trump won the position after winning 272 electoral votes and after democratic nominee Hillary Clinton conceded from the race on the evening of Nov….
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Clery Report provides insight into campus crime patterns

By Lydia Martin The Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report for CSU Monterey Bay was released to the college community and public on Oct. 1. Chief Earl Lawson, of the University Police Department (UPD), said he is legally obliged to release a public report of all the crimes on and around the campus for…
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Ocean’s forum seeks Questions

Regional candidates to discuss issues before public at World Theater The coast of Central California has played a critical role in both the science and policy of ocean management across the state and the nation. The nonpartisan Ocean Candidates Forum provides an opportunity for interested stakeholders to see how candidates, seeking to represent citizens in…
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Local leaders vie for votes

Marina: A college town or “Marina-juanaville” By Rebecca Caladiao & Alex Jensen Marina Mayor Bruce Delgado and challenger Kevin Saunders met at the MPC Education Center for what should have been a forum but turned slightly into a debate. Saunders, while paying homage to the incumbent and his stances, trash talked many of his decisions…
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The race is on for Mayors

Salinas: Decides on homeless, violence and fracking By Rebecca Caladiao & Alex Jensen The City of Salinas held its election forum Oct. 3. Incumbent Joe Gunter and challenger Amit Pandya met face-to-face with the public to discuss approaches to solving city issues. Candidates debated concerns brought up by the community of Salinas, including homelessness, youth…
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Modified Perspectives Safe Tattoos and Piercings

What to consider before going under the needle By Carolyn Hinman You are an adult. This is college. You go to bed when you want, eat what you want, and go to class if you want. No curfew, no parental accountability (unless yours are the helicoptering sort), and for the first time in your life,…
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