Thursday, April 17th, 2014


On Mar. 24, AS Cultural Enrichment hosted a film screening of the riveting documentary Dark Girls; a film that discusses colorism, race identity and self-love amongst people of color in the United States.


Many students at Cal State University Monterey Bay, (CSUMB), home of the Otters, long for the day when an In-N-Out Burger will find a home near ours. Well that day is coming. The popular burger company bought a plot of land at 1350 Del Monte Avenue in Seaside,  and is scheduled for completion by early 2015, according to the Monterey Herald.

Arts & Entertainment

What is Fort Ord?  To some, it is where Cal State Monterey Bay  (CSUMB) resides. For others, it is just an old abandoned military base. But for a few, it is a historical and visionary picture, an art form and a spice of life.



It is that time of year again, folks: the National Collegiate Disc Golf Championship is right around the corner, and as par tradition, Cal State University Monterey Bay’s (CSUMB) disc golf team is gearing up for battle. 94 teams from 60 different schools will all come together April 16-19 in Augusta, Georgia to try their hands at becoming this year’s National Champions of Collegiate Disk Golf.


Having fun everyday is the only way to be; yet, it is unfortunate that we stumble across people who project callous ways.
The issue is important to bring to light so that we can cure ourselves from people who project negative attitudes and provide an understanding of how negativity is formulated to service those who suffer in a negative realm.

Editor's Corner

In this issue of The Otter Realm, we wanted to shed light on topics affecting  members of the Cal State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) community. These topics include the Facilities Use Policy that created an open discussion between students, the Associated Students (AS) Senate, and members of the Academic Senate.