Volume 1: Issue 7
View all stories included in Volume 1: Issue 7. Published on March 8, 2018.
Chief Lawson addresses safety on campus
In this day and age, many students wonder if their campus is safe from the dangers that unfortunately make headlines all too often. With schools at...
How to make long-distance relationships suck less
One of the hardest parts about moving away to a university is leaving your friends and family behind. This might be your parents or your best...
Beth Piatote (Nez Perce), March 8
The first event for the annual Writers from the Edge series will take place on Thursday, March 8. Dr. Beth Piatote, a professor at UC Berkeley, will...
Letter from the AS President (March 8)
Hey Otters! It is crazy to think Spring Break is right around the corner! However, we have to remain productive in the meantime. As of March 6, the Associated Students...
Waves for Wahine
Located off of Pillar Point, the infamous surf spot near Half-Moon Bay is notorious for its mean waters and monstrous waves. Men such as Jay Moriarity and Mark Foo, among...
Students get exposed to implementing multiculturalism in the classroom
With a focus on helping students foster multiculturalism in the classroom, California State University, Monterey Bay (MAESTRO’s Project hosted an informative event via Zoom...