25 Years of Remembering: Heritage and Discourse in Native American Studies

Humboldt State University’s Native American Studies (NAS) program provides an essential Indigenous voice on campus. Due to the advocacy of early Indigenous students and faculty at HSU, the program, which turned 25 this year, is stronger than ever as it continues to refine HSU’s role as a leader in Native American scholarship.

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We’re a ‘Green College’! »

Humboldt State University is one of the nation's most environmentally responsible colleges, according to The Princeton Review.

Hall of Fame Classes for 2020 and 2021 »

The Department of Athletics at Humboldt State University has announced the Hall of Fame Class of 2020 and 2021.

HSU Faculty Publish Three Open-Access Textbooks »

HSU faculty have published three acclaimed open-access textbooks with Humboldt State University Press. These well-reviewed works provide introductions to the fields of Spanish language, LGBTQ history, and geospatial science.

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San Jose Mercury News (Oct 2020) - What Stands Between Raiders and Bucs’ Tom Brady? Local High School and Small College star Alex »

HSU alumnus Alex Cappa on his new quarterback and leader: Tom Brady — the most accomplished quarterback in the history of the NFL.

The Sun (Oct 2020) - Dark Corners »

Former lecturer Whitney Phillips on conspiracy theories, social media, and the spread of misinformation.

CalMatters (Oct 2020) - Is Your College in a Severe Wildfire zone? »

Thanks to a marine layer cloaking the university and the quilt of redwoods surrounding it, “the fuel that sits on the ground of the forest is just constantly moist as a result, and so it’s not a great conductor of fire,” said Cris Koczera, emergency management coordinator at Humboldt State.

Buzzfeed (Oct 2020) - Meet Esteban Castillo, a Chef Celebrating The Beauty of Mexican Food »

Alumnus is founder of the popular food blog Chicano Eats and the new author of an incredible cookbook by the same name.

The Athletic (Oct 2020) - Inside San Jose State’s Temporary Home »

Brent Brennan sat down for a virtual news conference Monday wearing the hat of a school that wasn’t his team. The San Jose State coach donned a Humboldt State hat because the Spartans have started preseason camp at Humboldt in northern California, more than 300 miles from campus.