Friday, November 2nd

Time Event Title
All day

American Indian College Motivation Day

Gist Hall
The 15th Annual Campus Dialogue on Race runs Oct. 29-Nov. 9.
12:00 pm

Voice Masterclass with Hai-Ting Chinn

HSU Campus
12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Special Education Credential Orientation

Harry Griffith Hall
Students interested in applying to the Special Education Program are encouraged to attend an in-person orientation on 11/2 from 12-1 p.m. in Harry Griffith Hall Room 227.
12:00 pm-1:30 pm

Orientation for SPED Credential Program

Change your life in one year. The need for Special Education Teachers K-12 has never been greater. Benefits include student loan forgiveness, scholarship opportunities amd open enrollment. Come to our orientation Fri., Nov. 2, from 12-1:30 p.m. in Harry Griffith Hall 227.
3:00 pm-4:00 pm

Exhibition, Reception and Book Signing: Wherever There's a Fight

Library Fishbowl
The “Wherever There’s A Fight’ exhibit is based on the award-winning 2009 book “Wherever There’s a Fight: How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California,’ by Elaine Elinson and Stan Yogi.

Spanning the period from the Gold Rush to post-9/11, the exhibit and the book recount the civil liberty struggles of workers, the disabled, Chinese immigrants, the interned Japanese Americans of World War II and other peoples of color. The exhibit also documents the fights of minorities to overcome bigotry, prejudice, discrimination, political witch hunts and the denial of education and religious liberties.

At HSU, both the book and the exhibit are being taught in several classes and Humboldt County Schools plans to use them during Teaching American History weekend this fall.

Part of the 15th Annual Campus Dialogue on Race, Oct. 29-Nov. 9.
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

HSU Campus
This week's featured speaker Dr. Julia Parrish, of the University of Washington, presents “Three Reasons to Embrace Citizen Science: The COASST Story.”

In a century where biodiversity is disappearing at 100 times of prehistoric levels and the human population is rocketing towards 10 billion, can humanity be a force for good? What role can science play? Parrish will examine the viral rise of biodiversity-based citizen science -- programs that involve non-experts directly in data collection, by focusing on one program, the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team, or COASST. Started in 1999 on the coast of Washington State, COASST now supports almost 800 citizens collecting data monthly on beach cast birds. COASST data have been used in a variety of scientific publications from fishery by catch to artisanal food sources, as well as in resource management and conservation decision-making. With fine-grain data collected at a continental extent, COASST data are independently verifiable and effort-controlled, exactly the type of data biodiversity scientists need to track the abundance and diversity of coastal marine birds.
5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Standing on the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before Us: Unsung California Heroes and Heroines

Kate Buchanan Room
Stan Yogi and Elaine Elinson, authors of "Wherever There’s a Fight” present: “Standing on the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before Us: Unsung California Heroes and Heroines.”

Part of the 15th Annual Campus Dialogue on Race, Oct. 29-Nov. 9.
7:15 pm-10:00 pm

"Crude" Film Screening

Gist Hall Theater
Join us for a film screening of "Crude," a 2009 documentary that follows the lawsuit by tens of thousands of Ecuadorans against Chevron over contamination of the Ecuadorean Amazon.
8:00 pm

Opera Workshop

Fulkerson Recital Hall
HSU Opera Workshop puts the comic back in opera with musical spoofs of grand opera figures in works by Milton Granger and Seymour Barab’s Opera Plotz, plus Granger’s zany Peter Rabbit in the Garden of Doom. Directed by Elisabeth Harrington, produced by the HSU Music Department.
8:00 pm

Latinologues

Gist Hall Theater
An HSU student production, Latinologues is an award winning, nationally recognized collection of comedic and poignant monologues about the Latino experience in America that was created, written, directed and produced for stage by Rick Najera, one of America's leading comedy writers.

The 15th Annual Campus Dialogue on Race runs Oct. 29-Nov. 9.

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 8th-Nov 8th

Hate Speech, Free Speech

Goodwin Forum
Oct 9th-Nov 15th

IGNITE! The Art of Sustainability

Reese Bullen Gallery
Nov 1st-Nov 2nd

El Dia de los Muertos

HSU Campus
Nov 1st-Nov 29th

Exploring Watercolor III

Forestry

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