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Humboldt State reopens Wednesday afternoon, classes resume Thursday

Humboldt State reopens Wednesday afternoon, classes resume Thursday

HSU announcement Campus to Open 1 p.m., Wed. Oct. 30; Classes to Resume Thurs. Oct. 31 HSU has been informed that there is no longer a power shutdown for our area tonight or the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 30. Campus will reopen on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. Employees should report to work at

Arcata’s $567 million, 6,240-job business

Report Highlights Humboldt State’s $567 Million Impact Humboldt State University has an annual economic impact of more than $567 million and supports 6,240 jobs in Humboldt County, according to a new economic impact report. The report also shows the enormous impact Humboldt alumni have on the Humboldt County region, and highlights the education, innovation, and

KHSU employee allegation dismissed as university girds for discrimination claim

CAB continues to meet despite lack of official support; visioning process delayed; CSU station audit due soon Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union HUMBOLDT STATE – Internal Humboldt State University correspondence submitted anonymously to the Mad River Union seem to indicate that one residual dispute at the campus radio station has been resolved – officially,

Zero Waste Conference Coming to Humboldt State

Humboldt State University HSU –  Humboldt State’s 2018 Zero Waste Conference will feature a week of food, workshops, speakers, documentaries, panels and more, seeking to “Redefine Waste in an Age of Capitalism.” The conference, which runs Monday, Nov. 5 through Friday, Nov. 9, will open with a banquet and keynote address from keynote speaker Tedd

25th Annual Indigenous Peoples Week at HSU

Humboldt State University HSU – Humboldt State University American Indian faculty, staff and students will host the 25th Annual Indigenous Peoples Week Monday, Oct.  8 to Friday, Oct. 12. HSU events and activities are focused on Indigenous issues, ideologies and methods.  Indigenous Peoples Week challenges the idea that Christopher Columbus “discovered” America and a reminder

Additional resources for Lawson case

Mad River Union ARCATA – Detectives are re-investigating every lead previously brought forth in the stabbing death of David Josiah Lawson on April 15, 2017, and they’re pursing new leads as well. Arcata City Manager Karen Diemer outlined the Arcata Police Department’s ongoing efforts to solve the homicide case in a memorandum recently provided to

ACRH forges ahead with new charter and mission

Arcata Citizens for Responsible Housing press release ACRH and its members are very happy with the outcome of the Council’s two protest abstention votes which denied AMCAL’s Village project. We are thankful to the city staff and council for the time they took to consider input from ACRH, Arcata citizens, professionals, academics, Humboldt State University

The Village demolished by City Council on 2-0-2 vote

Note: Union readers are pointing out a legal opinion from the League of California Cities that seems to indicate that the 2-0-2 vote means that the Village was approved. See below. – Ed.  Mad River Union ARCATA CITY HALL – The proposed “The Village” 602-student housing project met its end at Wednesday morning’s City Council

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