The Big One – it’s not a matter of “if,” Californians have been told. It’s a matter of “when.”
At 10:16 on the morning of Oct. 16, members of the CSU Monterey Bay community are invited to join millions of people in this year’s Great California ShakeOut drill to prepare for the inevitable by practicing the drop, cover and hold on move.
A new vision mural will start to take shape in a few weeks.
Students in Juan Luna-Avin’s painting and mural class have started sketching out the mural that will be painted along a wall on Inter-Garrison Road and Fifth Avenue. Painting is expected to start the third week in September and be completed by the end of the semester.
Eight community members have joined the Foundation of CSU Monterey Bay board of directors.
Established in 2011, the Foundation brings community and campus leaders together to foster, encourage and promote the goals and purposes of CSUMB. Board members will advise the president and other university officers and play an active role in philanthropic support.
As a Marine lieutenant during the Vietnam War, Karl Marlantes learned what every young officer learns – to fire a rifle, to command a platoon, to fight and to kill. Over the next four decades, he spent his time reading, thinking and writing a memoir that helped him come to terms with that experience.
To commemorate Constitution Day, California State University, Monterey Bay Professor David Reichard will present a talk on the topic “Beyond 5 to 4: Understanding How Supreme Court Justices Interpret the Constitution and Why it Matters,” at 8 p.m., Sept. 17.
The talk will be held in the University Center living room. The University Center is located on Sixth Avenue and B Street. Driving directions and a campus map are available at csumb.edu/maps.
While the event is free, a parking permit must be purchased from a machine on the lot.