Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
Feb 28th

Cultural Exchange Festival

Kate Buchanan Room
Cultural Exchange Festival, hosted by Africanas.

Part of Black Liberation & Heritage Month 2015.
8:30 am Feb 28th

Redwood Writing Project 2015 Literacy Connections

Founders Hall
Focusing on teaching literacy with Common Core Standards, the Redwood Writing Project's 2015 Conference, "Literacy Connections" will offer something of value to educators of all disciplines and grade levels.

Each summer, a group of kindergarten through college teachers meet to share their knowledge and develop their writing and teaching skills in the Redwood Writing Project’s Summer Institute. The goal of the program is for teachers to take their new skills into their classrooms, refine their teaching craft through research and practice and to ultimately share their findings and develop training for colleagues.

The Redwood Writing Project is located at Humboldt State and is affiliated with the National Writing Project (NWP) and California Writing Project (CWP).

This year, RWP teacher consultants have organized their findings and prepared workshops for Saturday, February 28th in Founders Hall from 8:30 to 4:30.

Workshops will cover topics such as Using Ted Talks for Teaching Informative Writing and Improving Narrative Writing: Show, Don’t Tell. Participants will have a choice of four workshops from twelve total options.
11:00 am Feb 28th

Track and Field - Humboldt Invite

Redwood Bowl
11:00am - Field Events Start
12:00pm - Track Events Start
12:00 pm Feb 28th

Sexland: Constellations and Sexplorations

Kate Buchanan Room
Constellations and Sexplorations: Decolonizing Your Sex Space

Booths and Tables: 12 - 3:00 PM
Workshops: 3:00 - 6:00 PM

Sexland is a sexual health event that focuses on exposure to new ways of thinking about sex and sexuality while validating sexual experience and diversity through a lens of enthusiastic consent. Sexland is a sex positive, body positive space that aims to be free of guilt shame and fear.

This year, our event will focus on a lens of decolonization: Deconstructing the socially constructed ideas of what sex and sexuality should look like and creating a space to explore our own desires.

Workshops and activities will include: polyamory and radical politics ~ sex and spirituality ~ sex toys ~ awkward sex advice ~ fisting ~ polyamory ~ rope for different bodies ~ aphrodisiacs ~ queering the sex talk ~ plus way more!
4:00 pm Feb 28th

Dive Into Africa

HSU Campus
Come celebrate Africa's rich cultures and diversity presented by Africana Meet and Greet. Experience Africa's cultures through art, food, performances, literature, and interact with people the from Northern, Southern, Western, and Eastern regions of Africa.
5:30 pm Feb 28th

Women's Basketball vs. Cal Poly Pomona

Lumberjack Arena
7:30 pm Feb 28th

Men's Basketball vs. Cal Poly Pomona

Lumberjack Arena
8:00 pm Feb 28th

Cassandra Wilson Coming Forth By Day: A Celebration of Billie Holiday

Van Duzer Theater
Time Magazine called her “America’s best singer”—there is simply no denying the power of Cassandra Wilson’s voice. Applying her rich, smoky contralto to songs from a diversity of sources, her inspired interpretive gifts transform any material into a sophisticated and deeply personal vision for contemporary jazz. In her newest show, she pays tribute to the work of one of jazz’s most legendary singers, Billie Holiday.

Sponsored by Pierson Building Center
8:00 pm Feb 28th

CHECK IT One Year Party

Kate Buchanan Room
Help CHECK IT celebrate one year! Come for a night filled with community, free food, t-shirts, raffle giveaways, consent centered dancing, karaoke, fun drag performances, and more! *Can sign up for karaoke night of party!

Karaoke Performances, Booths and Other Party Collaboration by: Hermanas Unidas de Humboldt, HSU Peer Health Education Program, Women's Ultimate Frisbee Team, Associated Students of HSU, Pi Chapter, Double Dare Ya at HSU, CDA, The Eric Rofes Center Humboldt Womyn, Humboldt Quidditch Team, HOP, Housing Committee for Campus Involvement, and more!
2:00 pm Mar 1st

Alumni & Friends Eric Freed Commemoration

Plaza Grill
HSU's Religious Studies Department will host a celebrative commemoration of the life and legacy of Father Eric Freed. Students, alumni, friends of Eric, and the community at large are invited to celebrate his legacy of engaged scholarship, social justice, and human kindness through sharing reflections, food, and fellowship. Appetizers will be served alongside a no-host bar.

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