HSU

May 2019

In Open Letter, Chancellor Welcomes New HSU Leader, Praises Outgoing President Rossbacher for Graduating Many Students

Tom Jackson Jr., Longtime Administrator and Education Ph.D., Named New Humboldt State University President

Test Finds No Asbestos in Gist Hall Air; Material Found in Air System Still Unidentified

Possible Asbestos Substance Found in Gist Hall Air System Still Being Tested; University Says ‘Staffing Issues’ Delayed Results

Photo Collages From HSU Students Blend Historic Images of Humboldt With Contemporary Shots

HSU Releases Final Exam Relocation Plan After Asbestos Scare in Gist Hall

HSU’s Gist Hall Closed After Possible Disturbed Asbestos Discovered Friday

CSU Chancellor: New Humboldt State President Should be Announced by the End of the Month; ‘Handful’ of Semifinalists Chosen

April 2019

HSU is So Broke It’s Spamming Alumni With Insurance Ads

Last Remaining KHSU Employee Quits; Estrada Says She ‘Will Not Be Buried’

David Reed, One of the Two Employees Spared the Ax at KHSU, Resigns in Protest

March 2019

St. Joseph Health Donates $2 Million Grant to Help Launch HSU Nursing Program

HSU Announces the Retirement of Vice President Craig Wruck

February 2019

HSU Students Know Their Grass: Science Team Places First Among U.S. Universities at Plant Identification Contest

(VIDEO) Former HSU Back Ja’Quan Gardner Explodes for 100 Yards, Two Touchdowns in Second Pro Game; New League Reportedly Struggles to Make Payroll

HSU Star Rusher Ja’Quan Gardner to Play in Televised ‘Grand Opening’ Game of Alliance of American Football League

January 2019

(VIDEO) Former HSU Student Who Lived Out of a Van While Attending College Featured on CBS Sunday Morning

November 2018

HSU is Getting an 884-acre Forest Near Campus to Use for Research

October 2018

‘Illegal’: Prominent HSU Entrance Sign Gets Prominently Graffitied on the Anniversary of its Near Destruction

North Coast People’s Alliance is Providing a Free Shuttle Service to Help HSU Students Vote on Election Day

September 2018

The HSU River Otter Science Project is Bringing Some Otter Art to the Community

HSU Alumnus Who Created ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Endows Marine Science Programs With $135,000 for Student Research Projects

HSU’s Third Street Gallery Closes Its Doors, Following a Farewell Arts Alive

August 2018

(UPDATE) Arcata City Council Fails to Approve ‘The Village’ Student Housing Development, Killing the Project for Now

HSU Administrator Threatens Legal Action Against the Outpost, Mad River Union Over Reporting on KHSU Strife

July 2018

HSU Earns Eight-Year Accreditation; Commended for ‘Recruitment Efforts that Reflect Growing Diversity’

Citing Race, KHSU Staffer Lorna Bryant Says She Was Verbally Abused by University Vice President

In Open Letter to Arcata Council, Former HSU President Says Approving ‘The Village’ Student Housing Project is a ‘Moral Obligation’

June 2018

(UPDATED) HSU ‘Looking Into’ Controversial Oyster Fest Arrest

HSU Will Host a Public Meeting to Discuss ‘The Village’ Proposal

May 2018

(UPDATE) HSU Police Seize Vehicle, Serve Search Warrant in Connection to Assault Reported in Pepperwood Hall

HSU Administration Questions Hired Financial Expert’s Motives, Suggests He Has Misinformed View of CSU System’s Financial Rules

Financial Expert Hired by Teacher’s Union Says HSU’s Budget Crisis Doesn’t Exist, No Cuts Need to Be Made

HSU Boosters Question Interim Athletic Director’s Judgement, Ask That He Be Replaced

April 2018

HSU President Lisa Rossbacher Responds to NAACP’s Call For University to Stop Recruiting Students From Communities of Color

Eureka NAACP to HSU: Stop Recruiting Students From Communities of Color Until Substantial Support is Implemented

HSU Faculty Members Say a Proposed Budget-Cutting Measure Will Cost Jobs, Erode Benefits and Harm Student Learning. Are They Right?

March 2018

(VIDEO) HSU Students Walk Out to Protest Administration’s Proposed $9 Million Budget-Slashing; Multiple Police Agencies Respond

Historic HSU Women’s Basketball Postseason Ends With Loss to Alaska Anchorage

HSU Women’s Basketball Defeats Top Ranked Azusa Pacific, Advances to Face Alaska Anchorage in NCAA West Semifinals

(VIDEO) Alex Cappa Impresses at NFL Scouting Combine, Analysts Say He’ll Be Drafted as Guard After His Arms Measure Shorter Than Previously Advertised

February 2018

Facing a ‘Looming Fiscal Emergency,’ HSU Announces Plan to Slash Budget by $9 Million

(UPDATE) HSU’s New Interim Football Coach is First African-American Head Coach in School History

HSU Football Star Alex Cappa Invited to 2018 NFL Scouting Combine to Show Off His Mad Skills

January 2018

Lumberjack Tackle Alex Cappa Selected to Start at Left Guard for South Team in Reese’s Senior Bowl, Has Hit-and-Miss Moments in First Half

CDFW Teams Up With HSU to Study Roosevelt Elk in Humboldt, Del Norte Counties

(VIDEO) Alex Cappa Could Be The Best Juggler in This Year’s NFL Draft

Last Day on the Job: Rob Smith Resigns as HSU’s Head Football Coach

HSU’s Head Football Coach Announces Plan to Resign; University Expects Him to Stay

December 2017

State Awards $1.75 Million to City of Arcata for Community Forest, Jacoby Creek Forest Expansion


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