Wednesday, October 17th

Time Event Title
11:00 am-2:00 pm

Energy Awareness Party

University Center South Lounge
Join PowerSave Green Campus and the Humboldt Energy Independence Fund in celebrating National Energy Awareness Month!

Free food, fun games, and prizes!
11:05 am

Fire Drill - Gist Hall

HSU Campus
HSU Police/ Emergency Management will conduct a fire evacuation drill of Gist Hall at 11:05 a.m. to meet annual building evacuation requirements.

In case of a fire alarm sounding, whether practiced or real, evacuate to the rally point outside your building.

The rally point for Gist Hall is Laurel Drive, across the street from Gist Hall.
12:00 pm-2:00 pm

MBA Information Session

University Center Banquet Room
Are you interested in pursuing a Masters in Business Administration? Come learn more about HSU's revised MBA program at a free information session. Pizza provided! There will also be a raffle for prizes.
1:05 pm-1:20 pm

Fire Drill - Wagner House 73

HSU Campus
HSU Police/ Emergency Management will conduct a fire evacuation drill of the Wagner House at 1:05 p.m. to meet annual building evacuation requirements.

In the case of a fire alarm sounding, whether practiced or real, evacuate to the rally point outside your building.

The rally point for Wagner House is the Wagner House parking lot.
4:00 pm

Collaborate, Create, Communicate: Unify the HSU Campus Community

University Center South Lounge
Want to be a part of a collaborative project within the HSU community? Want to share your ideas and creativity with others?

The Reese Bullen Gallery in the Art building is hosting an exhibition in early Spring 2013 of collaborative works created by clubs, individuals and artists. The show is loosely inspired by photographer Rick Nahmias' series "Golden States of Grace," which will show concurrently at HSU's First Street Gallery.

This exhibition needs your input on themes of diversity, common ground and unexpected connections.

Come to the informal mixer meeting on Wednesday, October 17th at 4 p.m. in the South Lounge for free food and to form collaborative groups with HSU clubs and students!
6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Grave Matters: Excavating California’s Buried Past

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The Native Pathways Speakers Series presents Tony Platt, author of "Grave Matters: Excavating California’s Buried Past."

"Grave Matters" is the history of the treatment of native remains in California and the story of the complicated relationship between researcher and researched. Tony Platt begins his journey with his son’s funeral at Big Lagoon, a seaside village in pastoral Humboldt County in Northern California, once O-pyúweg, a bustling center for the Yurok and the site of a plundered native cemetery. From there, he travels the globe to answer the following question: How do we reconcile a place of extraordinary beauty with its horrific past?

Grave Matters centers around the Yurok people and the eventual movement to repatriate remains and reclaim ancient rights, but it is also a universal story of coming to terms with the painful legacy of a sorrowful past.

Tony Platt is the author of ten books and more than 150 essays and articles on race, inequality, and social justice, among them "Bloodlines: Recovering Hitler’s Nuremberg Laws," "From Patton’s Trophy to Public Memorial," and "The Child Savers: The Invention of Delinquency," which was reissued as a fortieth-anniversary edition in 2009. Platt, now a professor emeritus, taught at the University of Chicago, the University of California, Berkeley, and California State University, Sacramento, where he received awards for teaching and scholarship. He has been a visiting professor at Chuo University, Tokyo, and at Queen’s University, Belfast, and was a visiting researcher at the Huntington Library and the National Museum of American History. Platt has written for the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, Truthdig.com, the History News Network, Z Magazine, Monthly Review, and the Guardian, and his commentaries have aired on NPR. His publications have been translated into four languages. He lives in Berkeley and Big Lagoon, California.

Presented by Many Tribal Nations, the Department of Native American Studies and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Aug 20th-Dec 31st

Six Rivers Planned Parenthood Medical Outreach Clinic

HSU Campus
Sep 10th-Nov 8th

Core Attack

Fitness Studio B
Sep 10th-Nov 8th

Power Hour

West Gym
Sep 10th-Nov 8th

Circuit of Resistance

Student Recreation Center - West
Sep 12th-Dec 12th

Private Pilot Ground School

Nelson Hall East
Sep 23rd-Nov 18th

Wherever There's a Fight Civil Rights Exhibit

HSU Library
Sep 27th-Dec 1st

Down the Hill Home: Art by Rick Bartow

Native American Arts Gallery
Oct 2nd-Nov 4th

Bread & Butter: Sculpture and Installation by Lush Newton

First Street Gallery
Oct 2nd-Nov 4th

My Heart’s a Little Fast: Paintings by Susanna Bluhm

First Street Gallery
Oct 4th-Oct 25th

Exploring Watercolor II

Forestry
Oct 8th-Nov 8th

Hate Speech, Free Speech

Goodwin Forum
Oct 9th-Nov 15th

IGNITE! The Art of Sustainability

Reese Bullen Gallery

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