@LivefromHSU: How Students Are Active and Involved on Campus - Humboldt State Now

@LivefromHSU: How Students Are Active and Involved on Campus

College is about more than hitting the books. It's also about being part of the campus and local communities -- and Humboldt State students have done just that over the semester.

As you’ll see from @LivefromHSU, HSU’s student-run Instagram account, they helped their peers through the cultural academic centers and worked with local youth. Others started clubs and made mischief with the Marching Lumberjacks.

Here are more ways students got involved and, in many cases, made a difference in the world. Check it out!

Juan Guerrero, Environmental Science & Management: “As a freshman, I joined a total of 2 clubs and 1 intramural: men’s crew/rowing club, the rock climbing club, and the debate team.”

Irán Ortiz, Environmental Studies and Spanish: “Last semester I got an amazing opportunity to join the Oh SNAP! team coordinating the Oh SNAP! gardening classes offered in the spring!”

Morgan Kipf, Environmental Science: “My favorite part of being a student at HSU is definitely the Marching Lumberjacks! ... The band is a big family, they’re always there for you no matter what.”

Jasmine Guadalupe Calvillo (bottom), Biology: “I joined a sorority because I wanted to venture out of my shell. I genuinely believe that these girls have helped me become a better person.”

Ellen Colegrove, Liberal Studies-Child Development: “The ITEPP house is so important because of the community connection we have with other students and the counselors.”

Tenaya Wood (center), Forestry: “The Student Association for Fire Ecology (SAFE) club is one that I joined as soon as I came to HSU and now am in my second year as President.”

Brandon Hill (left), Business Administration: “… joining the collegiate teams really helped the transition from another college and create instant bonds with so many great and hardworking students and staff.”

Amanda McDonald, Environmental Education & Interpretation: “I am the president of the newly-formed slackline club at HSU: The Slack Jacks.”

Barbara Singleton, Criminology & Justice Studies: “I would like to introduce y’all to my favorite place on campus ... The African American Center for Academic Excellence.”

Justin Carnero, Masters of Business Administration: “On top of supporting our students of color, @lcaehsu also hosts fun events!”

Maxwell Steinmetz, Business Administration: “As a student Athlete, we have the unique opportunity, as well as responsibility, to be role models in our small community.”

Chelsea Duncan (center), Social Work: “Meet the Clinical Peer Health Educators!!! As a CPHE, I get to help students access no-hassle STD testing, birth control, and other health resources.”