News Briefs: Master Class
Thursday, December 11, 1997
When CSUMB first opened its campus in August '95 to a mere 654 students, there were many who felt the proposal to establish a major state university on the Monterey Peninsula was a far-fetched and unrealistic dream.
For better or worse, that dream is now on its way to becoming a reality with the scheduled presentation of the CSUMB Master Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report before the Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) on Friday.
This issue of the Weekly was published in print only and has not been digitally uploaded.
To read the hard copy of this story please visit our offices: 668 Williams Ave., Seaside, California. Many hard-copy issues can be found at the local libraries.
For more information, please call (831) 394-5656.