Friday, March 7th

Time Event Title
12:00 pm-1:30 pm

Mid-Day Matinee - Local Film Shorts

Join the HSU Library as it screens films from HSU alums and faculty in honor of HSU's Centennial Celebration.

On March 7th, three short films will be screened: UGLIEST FOUNTAIN IN THE WORLD (WITHOUT A DOUBT), by Jensen Rufe (’99) HSU grad, THE HARRIERS by Dean Munroe (‘68) and David Phillips (‘69) HSU grads, and ARCATA FROM DAWN TILL DUSK by Prof. Ann Alter.

Refreshments will be provided!

This event is part of HSU's 2013-14 Centennial Celebration.
1:00 pm

Softball vs. San Francisco State

HSU Softball Field
3:00 pm

Barbara Brinson Curiel Poetry Reading

Library Fishbowl
Humboldt State University professor and award-winning poet Barbara Brinson Curiel will give a poetry reading about Latina women on Friday, March 7 at 3 p.m. in the Library Fishbowl, Room 209.

Curiel, a San Francisco native and a specialist in Chicano and Latino studies, will read from her latest collection, Mexican Jenny and Other Poems, winner of the 2012 Philip Levine Prize. The book portrays the domestic and working class experiences of Latina women and records “their unrecognized histories.”

This event is part of HSU's 2013-14 Centennial Celebration.
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

HSU Campus
This week, the Department of Biological Sciences and the Biology Graduate Student Association are pleased to have Dr. Camilla Richmond, of Boston Children’s Hospital, present, "You Are What You Eat: Intestinal Stem Cells are Regulated by Nutritional Status and PTEN."

The small intestinal epithelium is highly proliferative, able to replace itself every 3-5 days. This constant regeneration depends on at least two different populations of stem cells: the rapid cycling LgL5+ cells and a slower cycling cell at the +4 position of the crypt. Dr. Richmond's work examines how these
cells are regulated in tissue homeostasis and disease.
6:00 pm-Mar 8th 6:00 pm

Social Justice Summit

Kate Buchanan Room
Join us for the 20th Annual Social Justice Summit: Diversity of Resistance. This 2-day conference will focus on the different ideas and tactics that can be used in the struggle for social justice, equity, and inclusion.

Keynote speakers: Andrea Smith (INCITE!), David Stovall (Scholar/Activist), Julio Cammarota (Scholar/Activist), Raul Gonzalez (Mictlan Murals), and the Black Riders Liberation Party.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Jan 25th-Mar 22nd

HSU Alumni Centennial Road Show

Various locations, USA
Feb 13th-Mar 8th

HSU Art Department Centennial "Ten Years Out: Art by HSU Alumni" Exhibition

Reese Bullen Gallery
Feb 13th-Mar 8th

Cyrus Smith Art Installation

Feb 20th-Mar 20th

“Through the Eyes of an Eagle” Art Exhibit

Goudi'ni Gallery
Mar 1st-Mar 31st

Library Showcase Month

Library Fishbowl
Mar 1st-Mar 15th

OLLI Art Show

The Historic Gross Building
Mar 3rd-Mar 8th

Celebracion Latin@

Mar 5th-Mar 7th

Criminal Justice Dialogue

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Mar 6th-Mar 8th

Spinning Into Butter

Gist Hall Theater

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