Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
12:00 pm Oct 24th

Theatre Groups Offer Costume Options

HSU Campus
Humboldt State University's Theatre Department is partnering with the Ferndale Repertory Theatre and Humboldt Light Opera Company for a clearance sale of costumes Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25, on the HSU Art Quad. Just in time for Halloween, a large variety of costumes will be up for sale at bargain prices.

The sale begins at noon Friday, continuing until 6 p.m. It resumes Saturday at 10 a.m., and concludes at 4 p.m.

"We're cleaning out our stock in collaboration with the community groups," said Catherine Brown, technician in HSU's Department of Theatre, Film & Dance. "There's a generous supply of costumes that we no longer have use for that others can enjoy."
12:30 pm Oct 24th

Women's Soccer vs. Cal Poly Pomona

College Creek Field
3:00 pm Oct 24th

Men's Soccer vs. Cal Poly Pomona

College Creek Field
4:00 pm Oct 24th

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

HSU Campus
All are welcome to this weeks seminar! Dr. David H. Walker, of the University of Texas Medical Branch, will present,"Scrub typhus, a neglected, life-threatening, high incidence vector‐borne infection".

Scrub typhus, caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi, transmitted by feeding larval mites (chiggers) causes one million cases annually in southern and eastern Asia and the islands of the western Pacific and Indian Oceans. Maintained in nature by transovarian transmission in mites, Orientia spreads in humans from the cutaneous site of inoculation to infect endothelial cells throughout the body with 10 percent case fatality rate. Interactions of these obligately intracellular bacteria with host target cells and the immune system rely upon studies that require knowledge of the human disease including the pathology and target cells, animal models that represent the human disease, and appropriately designed in vitro experiments that evaluate valid hypotheses.

There are scores of genotypes of O. tsutsugamushi. Immunity to homologous serotypes is more durable (up to 3.5 years) than to heterologous serotypes. Antibodies to major surface proteins provide only serotype-­specific protection. The roles of other immune effector components, as understood by contemporary immunology, have not been evaluated in valid animal models.
Unresolved issues related to vaccine development include identification of the antigens that stimulate long­‐lasting cell
mediated immunity that is cross-­protective among various strains and identification of genetically conserved subdominant surface proteins that potentially stimulate broadly protective antibodies.
7:30 pm Oct 24th

"Coraline" The Musical

Van Duzer Theater
“Be wise, be brave, be tricky”— HSU presents CORALINE, the unconventional musical based on Neil Gaiman’s famous, wondrous, funny and scary tale of the otherworldly in the everyday. It’s the first university production anywhere, in the Van Duzer Theatre for two weekends beginning October 16.

“People who know the book or the movie will love the musical,” says director Rae Robison. “It doesn’t matter how old you are. Coraline is a children’s story but it’s about what it means to be brave, and that’s for everybody.”

Produced by HSU Theatre, Film & Dance. May be too scary for children under age 9. But children who do attend the 80- minute show (no intermission) can meet the characters in the JVD lobby afterwards.
8:00 pm Oct 24th

Composers Concert

Fulkerson Recital Hall
9:00 pm Oct 24th

Sabor Latin@ Dance

Goodwin Forum
Sabor Latin@ is happening on Oct 24th from 9pm-12:30am @ the Goodwin Forum!

Find a MechistA for presale tickets ($3) or buy them at the door for $5!

*No food or drink allowed inside
10:00 am Oct 25th

Theatre Groups Offer Costume Options

HSU Campus
Humboldt State University's Theatre Department is partnering with the Ferndale Repertory Theatre and Humboldt Light Opera Company for a clearance sale of costumes Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25, on the HSU Art Quad. Just in time for Halloween, a large variety of costumes will be up for sale at bargain prices.

The sale begins at noon Friday, continuing until 6 p.m. It resumes Saturday at 10 a.m., and concludes at 4 p.m.

"We're cleaning out our stock in collaboration with the community groups," said Catherine Brown, technician in HSU's Department of Theatre, Film & Dance. "There's a generous supply of costumes that we no longer have use for that others can enjoy."
2:00 pm Oct 25th

ZOMBIE RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Arcata, CA
Zombies have invaded!!! *gasp* Do you have what it takes to trek through a zombie infested forest to reach the safe zone???
6:00 pm Oct 25th

Football vs. Central Washington

Redwood Bowl

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