Keeping the Gears Turning

HSU’s Bicycle Learning Center, a student-run toolkit and brain trust, offers tips for a smoother ride.

Shining with Indie Spirit

At 50, the Humboldt Int’l Film Fest is the oldest student-run film festival of its kind.

Revival of the Wailaki Language

Professor Kayla Begay’s research focuses on developing a working grammar of Wailaki.

We’re No. 1!

HSU named the “outdoorsiest” school in the nation.

Alumni News

Chuck & Penny Raddon:

Conserving Memories of the Lewis & Clark Expedition

Jenny Novak:

Zombie Prep Earns White House Recognition

Kristal Watrous:

Hunting Arctic Bumblebees

Heather Frambach:

Farm to Table

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Fantastic Floats: From a 90-foot research vessel to scores of kayaks and rigid inflatable boats, students have plenty of ways to get out on the water.

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