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|12:00 pm||HSU Softball Field|
|2:00 pm||HSU Softball Field|
|4:00 pm||Behavioral and Social Sciences Building|
The Linguistic Society of America will present the 2013 Leonard Bloomfield Book Award to HSU Anthropology Professor Victor Golla 4 p.m. March 8 in the Behavioral & Social Sciences Building, Room 310.
|4:00 pm-5:00 pm||HSU Campus|
Dr. Heather Eisthen, of Michigan State, presents, "Tainted Love: Olfactory detection of tetrodotoxin in rough-skinned newts."
|7:30 pm||Gist Hall Theater|
Is the 21st century a classic farce? Or just high fashion high school?
|8:00 pm||Fulkerson Recital Hall|
Humboldt Symphony performs Beethoven’s greatest concerto, the Emperor, with student concerto competition winner Levi Walls at the piano. Other selections are Handel’s Water Music Suite, the Karelia Suite by Sibelius, and The Creation of the World by Darius Milhaud, a jazz-influenced piece from the 1920s that has probably never been performed before at HSU because of its complexity. But this semester, a perfect combination of advanced players on the required instruments will make this a concert highlight. The Humboldt Symphony is conducted by Paul Cummings, and the concert is produced by the HSU Music Department.
|Feb 4th-Mar 30th||HSU Campus|
|Feb 4th-Mar 13th||West Gym|
|Feb 5th-Mar 14th||West Gym|
|Feb 14th-Mar 14th||Reese Bullen Gallery|
|Feb 21st-Apr 27th||Goudi'ni Gallery|
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