Tag Archives: Humboldt State University (HSU)

Unique “Corpse Flower” blooms in HSU Greenhouse

Unique “Corpse Flower” blooms in HSU Greenhouse

“The corpse flower is a unique and valuable addition to any university’s teaching greenhouse,” says HSU Botany instructor Stefani Brandt. “For my labs in Plant Taxonomy, I use the corpse flower as a prime example of how species adapt to attract quality pollinators in order to successfully reproduce.”

Arcata’s State of the City 2021 a snapshot of adaptation

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Always a work in progress, Arcata has undergone accelerated transformation over the past year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Last week’s annual Arcata Chamber of Commerce State of the City event – held online rather than at the Minor Theatre as in previous years – offered a

New UPD Police Chief Anthony Morgan views role as opportunity for positive change

Previously, Morgan served as police chief in Mount Rainier, Maryland and Covington, Virginia after more than 15 years with the police department in the college town of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Last year, Morgan’s department worked closely with protestors to safely hold a Black Lives Matter rally in Mount Rainier along with overseeing food distribution efforts during the pandemic.

Craftsmans Mall sale could eliminate local control over site development

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The just-announced $3.95 million sale of the 8-acre Craftsmans Mall to the Humboldt State University Foundation could eliminate the local planning process for future development of the site. In one possible scenario that the university isn’t ruling out, the Planning Commission and Arcata City Council would have no