Tuesday, November 6th

Time Event Title
8:00 am-Dec 6th 5:00 pm

HSU Holiday Food Drive and Hunger Fighter Challenge

Various locations around campus
Have you noticed the Humboldt County Food Bank barrels around campus? HSU’s Holiday Food Drive is taking place through Thursday, Dec. 6th!

All donations collected on campus will be given to the Humboldt County Food Bank Food for People, for distribution to over 10,000 low income children, families, people with disabilities, and seniors a month.

This year, we are encouraging clubs, student organizations, university departments, faculty and staff to participate in the HSU Hunger Fighter Challenge. One winning club/student organization and one winning department with the most donations will be invited to celebrate with a spaghetti dinner next semester. Each winning team may select 4-6 members to attend the meal. To enter the Hunger Fighter Challenge, place food donations in a strong bag and attach a note with the name of your club and contact information.

Donations may be delivered either to the Center for Service Learning & Academic Internships (NHW 139) or in food barrels at the following campus locations:

o College Creek Lobby
o The “J”
o Student Business Services
o Outside the Clubs Office in the University Center’s
South Lounge
o Harry Griffith Hall
o Founders Hall
o The HSU Library
o Siemens Hall
o Behavioral and Social Sciences

The HSU Holiday Food Drive is sponsored by the Service Learning Interns and the Center for Service Learning & Academic Internships.
12:30 pm

11th Annual Q-Fest

Goodwin Forum
Beautiful Boxer is a visually beautiful film based on the real life story of Parinya Charoenphol, a male to female transgender Muaythai boxer. It chronicles Parinya's life from a young boy, who likes to wear lipstick and flowers, to her sensational career as a kick boxer, whose speciality is the ancient Muaythai boxing moves.

Q-Fest is a 3-day, student organized event of feature films that examines queer issues and the intersection of race, gender and sexual orientation. All films are followed by a facilitated discussion.
4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Environmental Inequality and Justice

Kate Buchanan Room
Environmental inequality is defined as the uneven distribution of environmental quality among different social groups. Presented by Jocelyn Cansino, this workshop explores the environmental inequalities that exist in impoverished communities and in minority communities. These communities face environmental hazards and risks as well as lack of access to resources and services. This workshop looks at the various social, health, economic, and political impacts of environmental policies and regulations on a global level. The workshop also looks at environmental justice and how communities come together in solidarity to fight against the discriminatory practices of private companies. There will be a discussion led by Professor Tony Silvaggio, from the Department of Sociology, who has experience lecturing and working in the environmental justice field.

The 15th Annual Campus Dialogue on Race runs Oct. 29-Nov. 9.
5:00 pm

Tangomania

Fulkerson Recital Hall
Join us for a lecture and recital by Raymundo Gamboa Jacinto, a bassoonist from Philadelphia, PA. Throughout the modern tango recital, Jacinto will lecture on the history and culture of tango. This is an Associated Student's event sponsored by the HSU Music Club and Multicultural Center.
6:00 pm

11th Annual Q-Fest

Founders Hall
Tomboy: A family moves into a new neighborhood, and a 10-year-old named Laure presents as a boy named Mikhael to the neighborhood children. This film follows his experiences with his newfound friends, his potential love interest, Lisa, and his family. It focuses in on the significance of gender identity in social interaction from an early age and how Mikhael navigates these in the background of childhood play and love. Facilitated by the Women's Resource Center.

Q-Fest is a 3-day, student organized event of feature films that examines queer issues and the intersection of race, gender and sexual orientation. All films are followed by a facilitated discussion.
7:00 pm-8:30 pm

Common Mushrooms of Humboldt County

HSU Natural History Museum
The HSU Natural History Museum invites the Humboldt Community to attend the Common Mushrooms of Humboldt County Lecture, given by Joann Olson and Virginia Waters of the Humboldt Bay Mycology Society. There will also be a Guided Mushroom Walk by Virginia Waters on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Patrick's Point (Limit: 12 Participants, Adults Only). Call the museum if you would like to register for the walk (707) 826-4479. Note: In order to participate in the walk, one must attend the lecture.

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 8th-Nov 8th

Hate Speech, Free Speech

Goodwin Forum
Oct 9th-Nov 15th

IGNITE! The Art of Sustainability

Reese Bullen Gallery
Nov 1st-Nov 29th

Exploring Watercolor III

Forestry
Nov 3rd-Nov 10th

EMT Refresher

Nelson Hall East

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