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College Matters | Gratitude for all those involved with CR »
"As always, during the holiday season, my thoughts turn to gratitude — gratitude for what each and every one of my CR colleagues do to contribute to our educational mission and gratitude that, as I mentioned in my last column, we are lucky enough to be in a community that believes in us and supports us in our purpose," says Keith Flamer, president of College of the Redwoods.
Times-Standard - Dec 2020
$50k Grant Awarded to aid Hupa Language Program »
Humboldt State University assistant professor Dr. Sara Chase-Merrick was awarded a $50,000 grant earlier this month to help support her Hupa Language Immersion Summer School
Times-Standard - Dec 2020
College Matters: HSU part of big Plans for the County »
"Two major projects are poised to bring new prosperity to Humboldt County and the North Coast, and Humboldt State University has a transformative opportunity to play a major role," says Tom Jackson, president of Humboldt State University.
Times-Standard - Nov 2020
‘A game changer’: Humboldt State ponders becoming third Cal Poly »
“Designation and recognition of HSU as a polytechnic university would make your campus increasingly attractive to students from around California and beyond, creating a robust and stable student body at the undergraduate and graduate levels,” CSU chancellor Timothy White wrote in a letter dated Friday to HSU president Tom Jackson.
Eureka Times-Standard - Nov 2020
Big Basin Redwoods: Drone Video Shows Extent of Wildfire over Famed State park »
97% of California’s first state park burned in the CZU fire, but footage shows green foliage already growing back.
The Mercury News - Nov 2020
Political Experts Weigh in on 2020 Election in Cal U. Forum »
Psychology Professor Amber Gaffney weighs in on polls, which she believes underrepresent rural voters.
Observer Reporter - Nov 2020
'A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety': Coping Strategies for Young Activists »
Climate change is disrupting lives and causing deep anxiety, especially for the young people organizing to address it. A new book lays out strategies to help Generation Z activists address climate-fueled anxieties and envision a resilient future.
The World - Nov 2020
Should PG&E revamp its transmission system or embrace microgrids? »
The Redwood Coast Energy Authority, a coalition of local governments in and around Humboldt county, has decided to build a new micro-grid. The coalition is collaborating with the Schatz Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University to make it happen.
Energy Central - Nov 2020
Why Cycling Makes Walking Easier as We Age »
Researchers at Humboldt State University noted that declined walking performance is a key determinant of chronic disease and premature death among older adults.
My Fitness Pal Blog - Nov 2020
California Dungeness crab Season Delayed to Protect Whales »
In this 2017 file video, North Coast News interviewed a marine mammal expert with Humboldt State University and Sen. Mike McGuire about fishing gear that reportedly caused a humpback whale to get entangled in the Pacific Ocean off Crescent City:
KVAL CBS - Nov 2020
New CSU East Bay President Appointed »
HSU alumna said she is a first-generation college graduate and got her start in the California State University system.
Bay City News Service via SFGate - Oct 2020
CBS SF Talks To Trey Spruance About First New Mr. Bungle Album In Over 20 Years »
HSU alumnus, Trey Spruance, a member of the iconoclastic Bay Area rock outfits Mr. Bungle and Secret Chiefs 3, recently spoke with CBS SF.
CBS SF - Oct 2020
Rad’s Bestselling E-Bike Disrupts America’s Pandemic Commute »
HSU alumni who founded Rad Power Bikes says the company couldn’t replenish electric bike stocks fast enough.
Bloomberg - Oct 2020
Fresno Local Draws lost Homes due to Creek Fire for Residents »
An HSU student is using her artistic talent to help keep memories after the Creek fire cut its path of fiery destruction.
Your Central Valley - 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.
San Jose Mercury News - Oct 2020
What you need to know About the Looming Zombie Apocalypse »
Native American Studies professor Cutcha Risling Baldy on parallels to colonization.
CBC - Oct 2020
Former lecturer Whitney Phillips on conspiracy theories, social media, and the spread of misinformation.
The Sun - 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.
CalMatters - 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.
Buzzfeed - 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.
The Athletic - Oct 2020
Community Donations Allow St. Joe’s to Purchase 12 New Ventilators, Hospital Says »
Humboldt State and several community groups donated funds to purchase ventilators.
Lost Coast Outpost - Oct 2020
HSU Women’s Soccer, Basketball Promote Social Change »
Two Humboldt State University teams are doing much more than just preparing for the upcoming athletics season.
Redwood News - Oct 2020
San Jose State Moving to Humboldt to Prepare for the 2020 Football Season »
San Jose State headed to Humboldt to get ready for Mountain West season that begins Oct. 24
San Jose Mercury News - Oct 2020
San Jose St. Moves Football Practice to Humboldt State »
San Jose State’s football team will travel more than 300 miles to begin practice for the upcoming season because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Associated Press - Oct 2020