Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
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.
2:00 pm Mar 1st

Craig Hull, Student Trombone Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Mar 2nd

Resisting Invisibility Undocuweek 2015

Undocu-Week of Awareness is a week long event that helps raise awareness on campus and in the community out about the struggles that undocumented people encounter on a everyday basis.
12:00 pm Mar 2nd

Softball vs. Academy of Art

HSU Softball Field
5:00 pm Mar 2nd

Geomorphology Tenure-Track Search

Founders Hall
Gabrielle David, Ph.D., of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Boston College, presents:
"Geomorphic Complexity, Resistance to Flow, and Linkages to Ecologic Function in Mountain Streams".
8:00 pm Mar 2nd

Woodwinds Studio Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall
11:00 am Mar 3rd

WRRAP Book Swap

HSU Library
WRRAP is hosting a Book Swap! Bring all kinds of books, music, and movies that you no longer use and swap them for something else!
12:00 pm Mar 3rd

Book of the Year Book Circle: "War Dances" by Sherman Alexie

Native American Forum
Join the conversation about the 2014/2015 Book of the Year "War Dances" by Sherman Alexie (https://library.humboldt.edu/war-dances).
11:00 am Mar 4th

WRRAP Book Swap

HSU Library
WRRAP is hosting a Book Swap! Bring all kinds of books, music, and movies that you no longer use and swap them for something else!
4:30 pm Mar 4th

Finding & Reading Scholarly Articles - PASS Workshop

HSU Library
Do you have a stack of articles that you are dreading having to read for a midterm? Do you feel like it takes you too long to finish those article summary assignments? Come learn how to efficiently and effectively read scholarly and scientific articles.

Most people don't realize that there are better ways to read these types of articles instead of simply reading from beginning to end. Unlike most reading, there is a method to being more efficient in your reading which also helps you to understand and comprehend the content.

Feel free to bring one or more articles to work on during the workshop.

Snacks and hands-on experience are provided!

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