Thursday, March 28th

Time Event Title
9:00 am-7:00 pm

Gear Swap

Recreation Wellness Center drop-in lounge (108)
Want to get rid of your outdoor gear? Come to our gear swap Thursday, March 28th in the Recreation and Wellness Center lounge.

You're not required to buy anything but if you need used outdoor gear it will be the perfect opportunity!

Drop-off begins at 9 a.m. The sale runs from noon to 7 p.m. A consignment contract will be given at the door.

Acceptable gear include:

- watersports (surfing, kayaking)
- fitness
- backpacking, camping (tents, backpacks, sleeping bags)
- wintersports (skiing, snowboarding, sledding)
- active clothing (rain jackets)
- bicycle
- fishing

Unacceptable gear include:

- climbing gear (except shoes)
- water filters
- used water bottles
- lined clothing (socks, swim trunks)
- stoves
10:00 am-3:00 pm

Grad Fair 2013

University Center South Lounge
Are you ready for Commencement? Stop by the Grad Fair March 27 and 28 to order your cap and gown, announcements, rings, diploma and frames.

Ask questions about graduate school, talk with career counselors and learn how to create a digital resume. Join the Humboldt Alumni Association and schedule your exit interview with Financial Aid. Learn about the Peace Corps, the Graduate Pledge Alliance and more!
11:45 am-12:00 pm

Emergency Alert Notification Test

HSU Campus
HSU will be testing its Emergency Alert Notifications Systems Thursday, March 28th from 11:45 a.m. to noon. No evacuations are necessary for this event. The test will consist of the following:

1) Emergency Public Address System (loud speakers, strobes and voice from building exteriors).

2) Emergency Test Text Message sent to registered cell phones.

3) Campus Signage placed around campus.

The best places to turn for additional information in an emergency are: www.humboldt.edu/emergency, 826-INFO (4636) and KHSU FM 90.5 radio.
12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Samoan Siva Dance Demonstration and Lesson

UC Quad
As part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives festival, A.P.A.S.A. presents: Learn Samoan Siva Dance with Alina Randall​.

Siva Samoa is a traditional Samoan dance from American Samoa. The dance was originally performed by high chiefs, but today is performed by the chiefs' families. Performing a Siva is honorable as it retains the dancer's grace, culture, and respect for high chiefs and the Samoan culture. Sivas are usually performed at weddings, baptisms, and funerals, but chiefs can ultimately decide if and when his family will perform a Siva.
1:00 pm

Softball vs. Cal Dominguez Hills

HSU Softball Field
3:00 pm

Softball vs. Cal Dominguez Hills

HSU Softball Field
4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Holi Festival of Colors

HSU Campus
Join is for Holi, an Indian festival that commemorates the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It is also a time when people put their differences aside and celebrate unity. Activities will include lots of color, lots of water and Bollywood music.

Part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives Festival, presented by the A.P.A.S.A. club. Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations, should contact the MCC 707-826-3364 or mcc@humboldt.edu as soon as possible.
4:00 pm-4:50 pm

Mathematics Colloquium

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
"Projection: Examples to Illuminate Unification, Generalization, and Abstraction" with Dr. Martin Flashman.
5:00 pm

Economic Fuel Elevator Pitches

Kate Buchanan Room
Come hear about the next big thing! Cheer on Humboldt County's aspiring entrepreneurs as they pitch their business venture in the first judged round of the 2013 Economic Fuel competition.

Learn about their innovative ideas, business products and services. Come early to visit the showcase exhibits and to save a front row seat for the elevator pitches.

Showcase Exhibits 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pitches 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

All Economic Fuel Events are free and open to the public. Visit www.economicfuel.org, find us on Facebook or call (707) 476-2780 to get inspired, get informed and get involved.
5:00 pm-7:00 pm

DIY Soap Making Workshop

Campus Center for Appropriate Technology
Join the Chemistry Club and make your own soap. Whether its liquid or a bar, we will explore different methods of making soap with homemade lye. Let there be soap!
5:30 pm-7:00 pm

Radically Efficient Design for Zero Net Energy Buildings

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
HSU's Sustainable Futures Speaker Series presents Jonathan Woolley of UC Davis's Western Cooling Efficiency Center. The title of his talk is, "Radically Efficient Design for Zero Net Energy Buildings.”

Mr. Woolley will share the integrative design of a Zero Net Energy home in Davis, CA that will generate enough electricity on site to cover household needs, plus the annual drive cycle for an electric vehicle. The home is slated for construction in 2013 and should serve as an example and research case to support California's goals for Zero Net Energy residential construction by 2020.

Woolley’s building science research focuses on design, development and control of low energy mechanical systems. His efforts target full-scale demonstration and evaluation of emerging technologies for commercial and residential buildings, with a focus on strategies to enable Zero Net Energy construction. While these demonstrations employ cutting edge mechanical technologies, his building design philosophy is founded on passive techniques that reduce the need for active mechanical systems.
6:00 pm

Criminal Justice Dialogue

Native American Forum
The Criminal Justice Dialogue will spotlight the need to support inmates and families of the incarcerated. On a local level, District Attorney Paul Gallegos and chief of probation Bill Daminao will respond to community questions on the issue. The event will also feature four Bay area non-profits that focus on criminal justice: Justice Now, Community Works West, The Prison University Project, and Critical Resistance.
6:00 pm

How Incarceration Affects Communities

Native American Forum
Guest speakers will include representatives from Community Works West, a non-profit that supports underserved populations in the Bay Area and Critical Resistance, which opposes the expansion of the prison industrial complex.

Part of Humboldt State's first Criminal Justice Dialogue March 28 and 29.
7:30 pm-9:30 pm

Bhangra and Dholrhythms Dance Company

HSU Campus
A non-stop dance party of North Indian Bhangra music and dance, mixed with reggae, hip-hop and electronica.

Dance lessons and performances with Dholrhythms Dance Company, an organization dedicated to promoting the artistic and cultural heritage of India through the Bhangra and Giddha folk dances of Punjab, India. See video at: http://nonstopbhangra.ning.com/

Part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives Festival, presented by the A.P.A.S.A. club. Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations, should contact the MCC 707-826-3364 or mcc@humboldt.edu as soon as possible.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Feb 4th-Mar 30th

RecycleMania 2013

HSU Campus
Feb 21st-Apr 27th

Fixing the Earth: NOW

Goudi'ni Gallery
Mar 26th-Mar 30th

Pan Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives

HSU Campus

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