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Study: West Nile Virus Has Struck Millions More Birds Than Thought

In the first in-depth study of the virus’s impacts on bird populations, Wildlife professor emeritus T. Luke George and a group of researchers discovered the disease killed millions of birds—many more than previously thought—and had a major, and sometimes persistent, impact, on bird populations.

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HSU Joins Nationwide Effort to Re-Imagine the First-Year College Experience »

Humboldt State University is one of 44 colleges nationwide selected for a First-Year Experience pilot program coordinated by the Association of American State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).

Local Food Experts Gather to Talk ‘Farm to Table’ »

From organic produce to specialty foods, the North Coast region is known for its focus on locally produced products. But how accessible and sustainable is healthy food in Humboldt County? Experts will gather at HSU for a daylong symposium to probe these questions and look at how food systems affect local citizens.

Black Liberation Month Kicks Off »

Social commentator and comedian Felonious Munk is coming to Humboldt State University to talk social justice and new media.

His discussion is among several events marking Black Liberation Month, which celebrates and highlights African American achievements and important milestones throughout U.S. history.

Campus Seeks Feedback on New Admissions Criteria »

Humboldt State University is seeking public comment on its plan to implement more selective admissions requirements in some high-demand programs. The new requirements would be for applicants planning to enroll in Fall 2017 or after.