Letter from the editor

Hello, Otters,

My name is Arie Nalbach, and I am thrilled to formally announce myself as the editor-in-chief of The Lutrinae for Spring 2022. I first joined The Lutrinae in Fall 2019 as the assistant editor. I worked as the production manager for all of volume 4 and the first half of volume 5. 

I first started in journalism during my junior year of high school and instantly fell in love. When I first looked at colleges, it was important for me to go to a school with a student newspaper. 

The Lutrinae has provided me with a unique experience to improve my skills as a writer, photographer, and designer. I have loved writing about various events and developing my column, 8-Bit.

We are set to continue publishing fully online for the Spring and are excited to expand our digital presence. The Lutrinae will continue to post weekly content to our website, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook pages in addition to posting more frequently on our TikTok and YouTube.

I am incredibly proud of The Lutrinae’s role on California State University, Monterey Bay’s campus, and all of our staff. I am also so happy to be expanding our team this semester. I believe we are set to have a great Spring semester with this staff. 

Thank you to our readers for the continued support. I wish everyone a healthy and successful semester, and I hope you all enjoy the remainder of volume 5 of The Lutrinae! 


Arianna Nalbach 

Editor-in-Chief of The Lutrinae 

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