- Alumna hits journalism's big time By Joan Weiner
- Art with a positive influence: Armando Franco seeks to build community around his paintings By Elizabeth MacDonald
- Class Notes By Elizabeth MacDonald
- Grad uses theater arts to reach young men By Joan Weiner
- Meet the Alumni Board President: John Scalla ’05 By Elizabeth MacDonald
- April Lee ’07: Helping provide ‘that edge’ By Elizabeth MacDonald
- In Memory: Bruce Woolpert By Elizabeth MacDonald
- REI Supports Return of the Natives By Elizabeth MacDonald
- Robert Embree ’12: Taking his turn By Elizabeth MacDonald
- Rod & Sue Dewar: Supporting Research Opportunities By Elizabeth MacDonald
Above: New Interim President Eduardo Ochoa and his wife, Holly Byers Ochoa, arrive and get to know campus.
Dr. Eduardo Ochoa lays out his vision for the future of Cal State Monterey Bay. He sees the university poised to present ground-breaking solutions to the challenges facing higher education.
Kevin Ghalambor '01 and Thor Anderson '99 knew just who to call when their employer, Burleson Consulting, was contracted to help restore parts of the new Fort Ord National Monument. CSUMB's Watershed Institute provided a wealth of expertise, plus a student workforce ready to get the job done.
Professor Suzanne Worchester explains how to restore your own yard with native plants -- and why you should.
Students in Project Higher Ground bond with their professors, their classmates and their peers through a special living-learning program based in the Avocet Hall.
After being blinded by a roadside bomb while on a tour of duty in Iraq, Travis Fugate decided to pursue his education at CSUMB. Now, the software engineering student hopes to make technology more accessible for people with disabilities.
We asked our followers on Facebook to help us complie a list of the 50 things students must do before crossing the stage in Freeman Staduim. Stand-up paddle-boarding, skydiving, and -- oh yeah -- studying made the list. How many have you done?
Or, the story of how CSUMB got proper soccer scarves. Longtime CSUMB staffer and soccer fan Greg Pool adopts the persona of an anthropomorphic soccer ball to drum up support for the university's soccer program.