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HSU takes comments on possible parking lot for Trinity Annex

HSU takes comments on possible parking lot for Trinity Annex

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Humboldt State is creating an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) required for demolishing the old Trinity Hospital. It would be replaced by an 83-space parking lot with about 13,000 square feet of greenspace along the west and south sides of the parking lot, a bus shelter, benches, bicycle

Dungeness season saw strong catch

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The North Coast’s commercial Dungeness crab season was affected by delays due to meat quality issues and price negotiations but the catch soared as soon as fishing began. The season ended July 15 and the northern region from the Fort Bragg area to the Oregon border accounted for

Humboldt State earns eight-year accreditation

Humboldt State press release Humboldt State University’s accreditation has been reaffirmed for eight years by the WASC Senior Commission for Universities and Colleges (WSCUC), the organization responsible for certifying institutions in California, Hawaii and the Pacific. In its letter formalizing the action, WSCUC highlighted students’ strong commitment to the environment and social justice as well

Wruck answers allegation with apology, offers CAB meeting preview

Kevin L Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT STATE – The Humboldt State University vice president accused by a KHSU staff member of inappropriate conduct during a station staff meeting has responded with apologies and further information. KHSU Office Manager Lorna Bryant stated that University Advancement Vice President Craig Wruck yelled at her and stifled her

KHSU staffer alleges abuse by VP, cites racial implications

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT STATE – A staff member at Humboldt State University radio station KHSU is alleging inappropriate, possibly race-based abuse by a university vice president. Lorna Bryant, office manager at the station, claims that she “was subjected to abusive behavior” by University Advancement Vice President Craig Wruck during a July

Wes Cole case concludes with probation, animal ban

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – The long-running animal cruelty case involving Charles Wesley Cole is over – for now, and as long as he behaves. According to a press release from the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office, Cole, 59, of Arcata pled guilty to a charge of vandalizing the Arcata Co-op  on

County may fund effort to combat sex trafficking

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – A proposal to fund research and education on sex trafficking will be part of the Board of Supervisors’ upcoming budget deliberations. The increasingly talked-about issue of human trafficking was discussed at the June 5 Board of Supervisors meeting as a draft of the budget for the fiscal year

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