Tortuga Hall Resident Advisor, Hannah Paige led a Cozy Crochet Workshop last Thursday Feb. 24. Students of all skill levels were welcome to the event and were given bundles of supplies. Attendees were introduced to foundational knots, stitches, and techniques. Those who RSVPed ahead of time were entered to win a free crochet kit.
Credential program candidates, listen up!
Awards up to $27,000 are available for candidates in the California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) credential program. On March 17, the Making Accessible...
This Otter is changing what it means to ‘talk trash’
Alex Sanzo, a recent transfer student to California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is making waves with her podcast “Trash Talk,” hosted through Otter...
Using art as resistance
As California State University, Monterey Bay kicked off its 26th Annual Social Justice Colloquium, the Otter Cross Cultural Center hosted “Art As Resistance” on...
It’s time to take social justice into our own hands
Jennifer Kim-Anh Tran discussed her teachings, research and community work during her keynote speech March 16 at the 26th annual Social Justice Colloquium. The...
Interested in graduate or professional school? Check this out
To get into grad school, those in the academic world say students need to build realistic timelines for applications, strategize letters of reference, outline...
Otter Media, one year later
During the COVID-19 pandemic, California State University Monterey Bay’s (CSUMB) student-led entertainment network Otter Media was put on pause like so many other organizations...
Makerspace only guaranteed through May
The Makerspace is one of the most popular destinations for students to visit on the California State University, Monterey Bay campus, yet each year...