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Recent Submissions

You said My Name

I looked at you from across the tableYou spoke to the roomsomething about what you heard on the newsBut I didn’t hear...

Bringing #Free the Tampons to CSUMB

Roses are red; Periods are too, If I don’t always carry tampons around; I am so screwed. While humor can be found in this short poem,...

Recycled water could benefit community

Water is essential to our daily lives in more ways than can fit into this article. Drinking and sanitation are the most common and...

Trimming trees in Seaside

A tree walk will be held April 28 as part of Seaside’s eighth annual Earth Day Celebration. Associate Planner for the city of Seaside...

Students face difficulty finding work

At California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB), any student looking for a chance at a new job is pointed to the website Otter Jobs....

He is One of Mine

He is partners with the night & more so with life He won’t return your calls right away not because he is ignoring you or because he doesn't...

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