Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
1:00 pm Oct 26th

Wellness Wednesday with LCAE

Latinx Center for Academic Excellence
Join the Latinx Center for Academic Excellence for a short hike exploring our own backyard.
5:00 pm Oct 26th

SkillShops: Gamify Your Productivity

HSU Library
Discover apps and programs that help you organize your time, break down assignments into manageable chunks, gain focus, and build better habits, all while growing virtual plants, battling your friends, casting spells, and unlocking treasures.

Register at http://humboldt.libcal.com/event.php?id=1147508
5:30 pm Oct 26th

Food Insecurity at Humboldt State University & College of the Redwoods

Great Hall
The Humboldt Food Policy Council invites you to attend a speaker panel on food insecurity at Humboldt State University & College of the Redwoods.

Come hear from some of the local leaders who are changing the landscape of both local and statewide policies addressing food insecurity for college students -and learn how you can get involved!
6:00 pm Oct 26th

Knots Seminar

Recreation & Wellness Center Lobby
Outdoor enthusiasts use an assortment of ropes and knots for outdoor skills. Many of these same knots can be useful for a variety of everyday uses, ranging from camping, climbing, sailing, loading vehicles, and more. This seminar will cover various knots including hitches, bends, loops and other important knots. If you would like to have the mystery taken out of knot tying, this class is for you!
6:00 pm Oct 26th

Prop 64: Unrolling the Issues

Kate Buchanan Room
Cannabis scholars and industry leaders share their knowledge and insights on Proposition 64 and the potential impacts of marijuana legalization in California.
12:00 pm Oct 27th

Piano Master Class

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Featuring Professor Nelita True
4:00 pm Oct 27th

Reading by Novelist and Memoirist Reyna Grande

Nelson Hall East
As part of the English Department's Visiting Writers Series, the novelist and memoirist Reyna Grande will give a reading on campus Thursday October 27 at 4pm in the Goodwin Forum.

Reyna Grande is the author of three critically acclaimed books. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US, Grande’s memoir about her life before and after illegally immigrating from Mexico the United States, was published in 2012. A finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, it was hailed by the L.A. Times as ‘the Angela’s Ashes of the modern Mexican immigrant experience.’

Grande’s first novel, Across a Hundred Mountains (Atria 2006), received a 2007 American Book Award, and the 2006 El PremioAztlán Literary Award. Her second novel, Dancing with Butterflies (Washington Square Press 2009) was the recipient of a 2010 International Latino Book Awards. All three books have been read widely in schools across the country.

Born in Mexico, Reyna was two years old when her father left for the U.S. to find work. Her mother followed her father north two years later, leaving Reyna and her siblings behind in Mexico. In 1985, when Reyna was going on ten, she entered the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant to live with her father. She went on to become the first person in her family to graduate from college. Reyna holds a B.A. in creative writing and film & video from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her M.F.A. in creative writing from Antioch University.
4:30 pm Oct 27th

Boiological Sciences Seminar

HSU Campus
All are welcome to attend! Dr. T.E. Angela L. Quiros, California Ocean Science Trust Postdoctoral Candidate, University of California, Santa Cruz, will present “Terrestrial and marine conservation at the coastal interface - a study of tropical sea grass communities and their benefits to people”
5:30 pm Oct 27th

Sustainable Futures: "Where in the Wild? The Search for Wilderness in the Anthropocene"

HSU Campus
As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Jason Mark will present "Where in the Wild? The Search for Wilderness in the Anthropocene."

Jason Mark is the author of “Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age of Man” and the editor in chief of SIERRA, the national magazine of the Sierra Club. His writings on the environment have also appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, TheAtlantic.com, and Salon.com, among many other publications. He is a co-founder of Alemany Farm, an urban farm in San Francisco.

In the 21st century, on the verge of what some are calling the Anthropocene, is there any place that’s still really, truly wild? And, if so, how can we hold onto wildness as a touchstone for our relationship with the rest of nature? In this lecture, Jason will share some thoughts from his 2015 book, “Satellites in the High Country,” and will explore the meaning of wilderness today.

The Sustainable Futures Speaker Series is presented by the Environment & Community Graduate Program and the Schatz Energy Research Center.

The presentation will take place Thursday, October 27, at 5:30 p.m. in ArtB 102 on the HSU campus.
6:30 pm Oct 27th

History Film Night Presentation of 1985 film Brazil

Founders Hall
A bureaucrat in a retro-future world tries to correct an administrative error and himself becomes an enemy of the state.

Directed by Terry Gilliam

ics format for upcoming events rss format for upcoming events

Have Questions, comments, or feedback?

We have been working hard on this calendar but it might still be a bit rough around the edges. Please tell us how we can improve your experience.

About this Calendar

If you were wondering how to submit events, get event content on to your own site or subscribe to certain event feeds, our guide should get you going.

Facebook Flickr LinkedIn Twitter Youtube
1 Harpst Street
Arcata, CA 95521
(707) 826-3321