HSU Senate condemns gutting of KHSU

Humboldt State senate condemns actions taken against community radio
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Humboldt State senate condemns actions taken against community radio

Humboldt State University Senate voted to pass a resolution condemning the actions of the Rossbacher administration to gut KHSU. The resolution passed with 75% in favor of, 7% opposed, and 18% of the senators abstaining.

Two amendments will be added that address preventing the sale of the items and library of KHSU and for the archived work to be returned to the creators. Missing from the Senate meeting were HSU President Lisa Rossbacher and Craig Wruck, Vice President of University Advancement.

Resolution reads as follows:

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One Comment

  1. Anonymous Anonymous Wednesday, April 17, 2019

    “Shared Governance”??? At HSU???

    The Senate was silent decade after decade while HSU passed the exorbitant costs of HSU’s expanding resort “services” onto the student working-class majority.

    Increasing enrollment by attracting wealthy students works until the economy enters its cyclical downturn.

    The outcome was inevitable.

    How are those hundreds of homeless students enjoying that rock climbing wall they subsidize?

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