Stars to Rocks

New HSU freshmen whose fascinations range from the center of the earth to the farthest reaches of space will have a new opportunity to live and learn together this fall.

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Greening Up Your Move Out »

Local charities are set to take advantage of would-be trash as hundreds of students prepare to move out of campus residence halls and donate tons of household items, and office and school supplies.

Fisheries Biology Professor, an Inspiration and Mentor, Wins Prestigious Award »

Fisheries Biology Professor Emeritus Terry Roelofs has been awarded the California-Nevada Chapter of the American Fisheries Society’s highest honor.

Coming Together for Support »

The Humboldt State community gathered last Thursday to celebrate the life of 19-year-old student David Josiah Lawson, who was killed on Saturday, April 15. The Kate Buchanan Room was overflowing, with many people standing and others listening on speakers just outside.

New Diversity Office Exec Director Appointed »

Dr. Cheryl Johnson will be the next Executive Director of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

The World’s Tallest Tree (on a College Campus) »

Humboldt State University’s northern California campus is home to the tallest tree on any college campus anywhere in the world. This was confirmed by HSU Forestry Professor and renowned tall tree expert Steve Sillett and his graduate students who have painstakingly measured and mapped the major limbs of this impressive 240 foot Sitka spruce.

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Student Yaad Rana, Josh Martinez, Toni Castillo, Karen Duarte, Peter Duin, Fernando Flores, Tanya Garcia, Jacob Hurd, Jackson Ingram, Amanda ‘the Destroyer’ Lagasca, Tony Mitchell III, David Rivera, Raymond Rios, Kelly Rodman, and Eunice Romero, Environmental Resources Engineering:

Humboldt State University’s Environmental Resources Engineering students retain their trophy for the American Society of Civil Engineers Mid-Pacific Water Treatment Competition (MidPac), for the… »