Tuesday, September 27th

Time Event Title
11:00 am-12:00 pm

SkillShops: White Fragility Part 2

Library Fishbowl
[This is the second of a two-part series- all are welcome, but please be sure to complete the readings and videos - go to http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1161785 for more information and to register.]

Please note: this 50 min workshop is followed by an extended discussion (ending at 12:30) for those who can stay longer. The main content will be covered within the 11:00-11:50 session -- people are welcome, but not required, to stay longer.

White fragility, the defensive behaviors used by white people to derail and manipulate conversations surrounding race, pervades culture in the US. Coined by Robin DiAngelo in 2011, this nonetheless centuries-old concept has become an important aspect of discussions on race in recent years, including the high-profile murders of people of color (#alllivesmatter) and the political rhetoric employed by the Trump campaign (‘make America great again’).

White fragility is not, however, something that is only perpetrated by other people or in other communities. It is entwined in almost all aspects of life in the US, especially in academia. Participants in this session will examine the factors surrounding white fragility and discuss how it is manifested in our lives and at HSU. We will discuss how it shapes our behavior and what we can do to better understand its role in our relationships.

This week (part two of a two-part series) we'll look into white fragility, with a focus on how people behave when enacting white fragility.
1:00 pm-2:00 pm

SkillShops: Reliable or Not? From Bloggers to Scholars

HSU Library
Learn how to identify and explain the characteristics of scholarly, reliable, and relevant sources of information, and discuss the meaning of authority. Includes critical reading of articles, blogs, and news.

Pre-register at http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1146841
5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Terrorism: As American as Apple Pie

Van Duzer Theater
A lecture by Gayle Olson-Raymer, Ph.D., 2014-15 Excellence in Teaching—Lecturer recipient.

Is terrorism an international problem, or does the United States have its own tradition of domestic violence? Is homegrown terrorism a new phenomenon, or is it deeply embedded in our history? Must terrorism exclusively originate from those who challenge governmental policies, plan revolutionary violence, and act upon their feelings of hate, fear, and intolerance? Or can our nation’s long history of violent and racist policies also be construed as acts of terror committed against its own people?

A “yes” answer to any of these questions requires an historical examination of violence in the U.S. When thinking historically, we can better understand how and why some acts of violence in our past may more appropriately be called acts of terror.

HSU is an AA/EO institution. Disability accommodation may be available. Contact event sponsor at 826-3722.
5:00 pm-6:00 pm

Candidates, Crises & Crocodiles: Covering the World for NBC News

Kate Buchanan Room
NBC News Correspondent Kerry Sanders is coming to Humboldt State University as part of the Journalism Department's Hadley Lecture Series. Sanders is fresh off the campaign trail covering Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump at their party national conventions. Sanders, who is based in Miami but travels the world, reported on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the San Bernadino shooting, Boston Marathon bombing, Trayvon Martin killing, was on the first U.S. cruise boat to Cuba, reported on countless hurricanes and has been running from bulls, swimming from sharks and wrestling crocodiles in his lighter news pieces. He will be speaking to the HSU community at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27 in the Kate Buchanan Room. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served after the discussion.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Sep 1st-Sep 30th

Personal Training 3-for-2 Deal

Student Recreation Center
Sep 4th-Oct 15th

Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge

N/A
Sep 4th-Nov 13th

Introduction to Indoor Climbing

Student Recreation Center Rock Wall
Sep 5th-Oct 5th

Zumba

Recreation & Wellness Center
Sep 5th-Oct 6th

Spin

Recreation & Wellness Center
Sep 6th-Oct 6th

Stretch and Refresh

Recreation & Wellness Center
Sep 6th-Oct 6th

willPower & Grace ®

Recreation & Wellness Center
Sep 7th-Oct 5th

Yoga

Recreation & Wellness Center
Sep 14th-May 10th

Womyn of Color at HSU

MultiCultural Center Conference Room
Sep 18th-Oct 23rd

Stand Up Paddle Fitness

Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center

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