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A story of resilience

By | Ian Benjamin Finnegan Thompson Jeremy Meed’s strength is tested every time he hauls himself up into his truck from his wheelchair. Meed lifts his whole body weight up into the passenger seat of his truck every night to…

Sí Se Puede!

By | Robert Brown Dolores Huerta spoke to an audience at The Van Duzer Theater at Humboldt State University on Monday, Nov. 13 during her new video documentary tour, celebrating her life’s work entitled, “Dolores.” Huerta is legendary for her…

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…