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Getting ready for finals

By | Charlotte Rutigliano With finals right around the corner, students like Stephanie Toste and Ellen O’Hare are starting to prepare for them now. Toste who is a senior business marketing major said that she has a final in all

Online Social Work ranked best in the nation

By | Charlotte Rutigliano The Online Social Work Bachelors program and the Master’s program have been ranked 13th and 12th by College Choice, an online source dedicated to helping students find the best schools for their academic and career goals.

Housing conference weighs homelessness in Humboldt County

By | Charlotte Rutigliano Chant’e Catt and Mike Barnes, along with the Homeless Student Advocate Alliance (HSAA), are seeking to create a greater connection for students, the university, and the community. Something they plan on doing with the upcoming events

Student veterans get honored

By | Charlotte Rutigliano At this week’s football game on Saturday, Nov. 11, three student veterans will be honored during halftime. Scott Elsworth will be awarded a thousand dollar scholarship. This scholarship is the first ever at HSU. The money

Vets day at the zoo

By | Charlotte Rutigliano On Friday, Nov. 10 the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation will be opening its doors to everyone for free. In honor of Veterans Day, the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation with sponsorship from the Times-Standard is offering free

A veteran community at HSU

By | Charlotte Rutigliano With a strong sense of community, the Student Veterans Association (SVA) have been helping student veterans since 2008. SVA President James Lamping said that the club is about creating an atmosphere and peer to peer support

Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos

By | Charlotte Rutigliano As a little girl in México, MultiCultural Center Liaison Joselin Dorado would celebrate Día de Los Muertos by contributing to her school’s altar, and on Nov. 2, she would go on processions to the cemeteries with

HSU releases 2017 crime report

By | Charlotte Rutigliano With the goal of being open, honest, and transparent, HSU has released their annual crime report. The report includes incidents that happen on the general campus, in the campus residence halls, non-campus locations, and public property.

Campus and community dialogue on race

By | Charlotte Rutigliano Next week marks the 19th annual Campus Dialogue on Race held at Humboldt State University. According to Kumi Watanabe-Schock, library media coordinator and CDOR committee member, the event started in 1998 from an initiative presented by

A campaign for things unseen

By | Charlotte Rutigliano At HSU, one in ten students have a disability. Most have a registered disability that is non-apparent. According to Kevin O’Brien, director of Student Access Services and Student Disability Resource Center, approximately 80 percent of disabilities

Adventure in aquaponics

By | Charlotte Rutigliano On a warm Friday afternoon, student volunteers help trim eight different varieties of basil leaves for a study headed by undergraduate Fisheries Biology major Bryan Lester. Lester is studying which strain of basil grows the fastest

Tools for student wellbeing

By | Charlotte Rutigliano After being in development for over a year, Executive Director of Student Health & Wellbeing Services Dr. Brian Mistler, Health Educator Ravin Craig, and a team of peer health educators have created an interactive online tool

Defending the title

Defending champs HSU are currently in the third place in the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge.

New year, new resources

By | Charlotte Rutigliano As the semester began, the new Dean of the College of Professional Studies (CPS), Manohar Singh, set out to form new resources to help incoming students to HSU feel more at home. “I want students to