Spring 2021 Magazine: Year of Resilience

Read how the Lumberjack community adapted and thrived during a year like no other, catch up on alumni, see student, staff, and faculty achievements, and more.

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Virtual Open Forum with Chancellor Joseph I. Castro »

Humboldt State University is excited to host a virtual visit with the new California State University Chancellor Joseph I. Castro on Tuesday, April 27.

Standout Faculty and Graduate Student Named McCrone Scholars »

The Humboldt State University Sponsored Programs Foundation has announced the 2021 winners of the McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award and the the Alistair and Judith McCrone Graduate Fellowship.

Humboldt State Unveils New Athletics Logo »

Humboldt State student-athletes are taking to the courts and fields with a new logo.

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Recognizing the expertise and achievements our faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Know of a story we should consider for HSU in the News? Email us at news@humboldt.edu.

Holtville Tribune (Apr 2021) - El Centro Native to Use Prestigious Fellowship to Inspire Local Youths »

HSU alumnus awarded Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship to further promote higher education in the Imperial Valley.

LA Blade (Apr 2021) - Expanding the Frontier of Trans inclusion: Fraternities and Sororities »

“When I eventually left my native Bay Area for college, I chose to attend Humboldt State University … My goal at my new home was simple: Be myself unapologetically, and recreate myself; to stop doing things that made me hate who I was, and become new,” recalls Dan Perez-Sornia.

Times-Standard (Apr 2021) - College Matters: It’s a Great Time to be a Lumberjack »

“When people ask me about Humboldt, they should be prepared for a long answer. I could talk about positive Humboldt State news all day. Here are some things I have been sharing recently,” says President Tom Jackson, Jr.

The Chronicle of Higher Education (Mar 2021) - Sororities Could Soon Welcome Gender-Nonbinary Students »

Two-dozen national sororities will soon vote on a policy change that would open the door for more gender-nonbinary students to join — a sign of evolving attitudes around campus groups that have traditionally been restricted to women.

The Washington Post (Mar 2021) - California’s Tsunami Vulnerability may be Greater Than Once Believed »

An earthquake doesn’t have to happen nearby. A tsunami can come from thousands of miles away.