HSU in the News

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.

Times-Standard (Feb 2020) - Promoting Digital Literacy »

The Humboldt State University Library and Humboldt County Library are collaborating to provide free digital literacy classes to the community.

North Coast News (Feb 2020) - Humboldt State University Senior Honored with North Coast News’ Student of the Week »

Hard-working, passionate Humboldt State University student Kassandra Rice earned this Thursday’s North Coast News Student of the Week honors, presented by Scott Hammond State Farm Insurance.

Times-Standard (Feb 2020) - HSU Freshman awarded 1st ‘Gypsy’ Chain Scholarship »

A Native American Humboldt State University freshman is the first recipient of a scholarship commemorating a young forest activist.

North Coast News (Feb 2020) - Cornel West at Humboldt State University »

American philosopher Dr. Cornel West addresses critical topics the country is facing.

North Coast News (Feb 2020) - 8th Graders Get a Taste of the College Experience (Video) »

Lisa Librenjak was live at Humboldt State University’s “I’ve been admitted to College” event.

Redwood News TV (Feb 2020) - Humboldt State University Receives $640,000 for Basic Needs »

Humboldt State University received $640,000 dollars in funding for basic needs. The funding came from the California State University Basic Needs Partnership.

North Coast Journal (Feb 2020) - Running Wild: Photos from the Clam Beach Run »

About 700 participants, including the Marching Lumberjacks, in the 55th annual Trinidad to Clam Beach Run Honoring Ford Hess.

Jefferson Public Radio (Jan 2020) - Taiko “Swingposium” Teaches History With Music »

San Jose Taiko and the Humboldt State University Jazz Orchestra are teaming up for Swingposium on the Road.

Wallet Hub (Jan 2020) - Credit Card Stats & Studies »

A Q&A with Business Professor Josh Zender.

The Washington Post (Jan 2020) - Amid Shut-off Woes, a Beacon of Energy »

A Native American tribe has insulated itself from California’s blackouts by creating a microgrid utility.

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