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Honors awarded to more than 500 students

“You are our best,” said President Eduardo Ochoa, at the May 5 Honors Convocation. “We expect great things from...

CSUMB’s End of Year Concert

“You know, I’m just excited to be here and play my music for everyone. Tonight is gonna be lit,”...

Alex Jensen Earns Provost’s Award

Alex Jensen has earned the Provost’s Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement. The prestigious award is granted to a student...

January Cornelius Earns President’s Award

January Cornelius has earned the President’s Award for Exemplary Student Achievement, the highest honor a student can receive at...

Commencement Ceremony Keynote Speakers

Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains Friday, May 18, 3 p.m. College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains is an artist,...

Theresa Dexter earns 2018 Alumni Vision Award

Theresa Dexter is being recognized by CSUMB’s Alumni center for the promotion and facilitation of higher education. The Alumni...

Affinity Graduation celebrations

The Affinity Graduations honor the accomplishments and experiences of CSUMB graduates who come from historically marginalized backgrounds. The eight...

Graduating Student Stories

We asked the majors to put forward names of students who are graduating, who they felt had interesting stories...

UROC Mentor of the Year Award: Dr. Danielle Burchett, Assistant Professor...

Dr. Danielle Burchett, Assistant Professor of Psychology in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at CSUMB, is...

Slut Walk empowers survivors of sexual assault

A group of students marched around campus chanting, “Whatever we wear, wherever we go! ‘yes’ means yes and ‘no’...

Cap decorating contest, May 5

If you want to be featured on the cover of The Lutrinae’s special Commencement issue, now’s your chance! We...

Chancellor responds to proposed tuition hike

On April 20 Timothy White, the Chancellor for all of the California State Universities sent out a letter to...

California’s controversial water bill

How far would you go to establish a legacy? Perhaps establishing something that will be around for future generations,...

Faith on campus

You’re walking around campus, and spot a chalk drawing that reads, “Come Check Out Cru!” Do you ever wonder...

NAACP at CSUMB holds community forum

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) hosted a...

What is Psychosis?

There is a great deal of misinformation about psychosis. And for those suffering through this,  being confronted with such...

United Multicultural Allies host a festival

On Wednesday April 18th, the school of World Languages and Cultures hosted a campus-wide multicultural festival at the main...

Project Rebound at CSU Monterey Bay

The Monterey Bay Justice Project (MBJP) is advocating for a Project Rebound chapter at California State University, Monterey Bay...

FORTAG: A buffer between you and the developed world

FORTAG stands for the Fort Ord Rec Trail and Greenway. It will be a 30-mile regional network of paved...

OtterFAQs Desk

The first day in a new school can be challenging for many students. Some can feel lost because they...