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Oh Snap Eats! Navigating Nutrition

This is a basic introduction to building a healthy relationship to food and eating. Students will evaluate eating habits and identify feelings about food. They will learn about portion size, and how to understand basic point of sale nutrition facts. This SkillShop is offered: Monday, Feb. 25 @ 4pm , Monday, March 25 @ 4pm , Monday, April 8 @ 4pm , Monday, May 6 @ 4pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Monday, March 25, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 114 - Classroom.

Unified Basketball

Must show up March 25th for assessment if you want to participate in the league. 3 week round robin play followed by one day playoff/championship tournament on April 29th. Organization: RECREATIONAL SPORTS. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Eliot Baker. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5961. Contact Email: eliot.baker@humboldt.edu. Monday, March 25, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 202 - West Gym.

VR Madness!! Create a VR App in 50 mins.

Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: LIBRARY. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Phone #: 4959. Contact Email: twm2. Contact Person: tim miller. Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Library 308 - Library Learning Lab.

ACT: Anxiety & Depression

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a form of therapy that helps you relate differently to your anxious feelings, depressed moods, worrying mind, and self-defeating behaviors as well as pursue a full and meaningful life. Acceptance refers to bringing an open and willing attitude toward all internal experiences, even those which are uncomfortable. Commitment means actively working on what you truly care about, even when pain is present. Each group session will include short educational components, group discussions, and experiential exercises. Call to arrange a 30 minute group consult with one of the facilitators if interested: 707-826-3236. Event Title: ACT: Anxiety & Depression. Organization: CAPS. Contact Person: Daniel Gautreau. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3236. Contact Email: Daniel.Gautreau@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM.

UPD & APD Student Lunch

The Dean of Students Office will be hosting the University Police Department (UPD) and Arcata Police Department (APD) chiefs, Donn Peterson and Brian Ahearn, to have an informal luncheon with students. This will be an opportunity for students to meet their Chiefs of Police and see how both UPD and APD can work with students now and in the future. Event Title: UPD & APD Student Lunch. Organization: DEAN OF STUDENTS, OFFICE OF. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Roger Wang. Contact Phone #: (707) 826 - 3504. Contact Email: dos@humboldt.edu. Thursday, March 28, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM. Nelson Hall East 106.

Humboldt Bay on the threshold of change

As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Aldaron Laird will present “Humboldt Bay on the threshold of change: sea level rise challenges to a sustainable future.” Environmental planner Aldaron Laird specializes in sea level rise vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning, specifically in the Humboldt Bay region. He helped create the first baseline vulnerability assessment of the shoreline on Humboldt Bay, and was the lead planner for the Humboldt Bay Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning Project. Laird has completed sea level rise vulnerability assessments for all the Local Coastal Program authorities on Humboldt Bay and participated in Caltrans’ District 1 Climate Change Pilot Study on the Highway 101 corridor. Recently, he authored a portion of the 4th California Climate Change Assessment that described sea level rise vulnerability and adaptation opportunities on the North Coast, specifically for Humboldt Bay, completed a diked shoreline sea level rise adaptation feasibility study of… Event Title: Sustainable Futures Speaker Series 2018/2019. Organization: SCHATZ ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Maia Cheli. Contact Email: serc@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4345. Thursday, March 28, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Founders Hall 118 - Lecture Room.

Core-G 48 hour gaming festival

48 hour gaming festival open to residents. We will be set up on the two big screens and be using the systems we have. People are free to bring in their own set-ups to play with other people either on the big screens or using the outlets in the room. There will also be provided food and drink. Event Title: Core-G Carnival. Organization: CLUB: RESIDENT HOUSING ASSOCIATION (RHA). Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Brian Fong. Contact Phone #: 424-399-9949. Contact Email: bmf51@humboldt.edu. Friday, March 29, 2019, 6:00 PM – Sunday, March 31, 2019, 6:00 PM. Jolly Giant Commons 324 - Mad River Room, Jolly Giant Commons 325 - Klamath River Room.

Dustbowl Revival & Hot Club of Cowtown

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of The Band, Taking equal parts inspiration from Django Reinhardt’s gypsy jazz and the western swing of Bob Wills, Hot Club of Cowtown have shared the stage with Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, and the Avett Brothers. Named Best Live Band in Los Angeles (LA Weekly), Dustbowl Revival blends Stax era soul and New Orleans jazz in raucous, upbeat performances. This distinctive double-bill honors the legacy of the influential Canadian group The Band, with each ensemble reinterpreting songs from The Band’s classic albums in their own inimitable styles. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: carts@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 49. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 49. Tickets - Senior $: 49. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Saturday, March 30, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Music B 132 - Fulkerson Recital Hall.

River Kayaking

This beginner’s class will broaden your horizons to the amazing world of river kayaking! The focus will be on boating safety, introduction to equipment, proper technique, paddling strokes, boat control, and how to read whitewater. Students will start out, at the Arcata Community Pool to learn boating basics and practice the wet exit before getting on the river. Register by Tuesday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 115. Tickets - General $: 125. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, March 31, 2019, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Off Campus.

Family Fun Day

Get the family together and explore the Humboldt Bay! Our aquatic staff will give you and your family a customized paddle and safety talk and outfit you to the vessel of your choice: kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard. Our experienced staff will then help launch you off our dock for your own family adventure on the bay. Program Fee: $20 per adult • Children are Free (Limit 2 children per adult ages 6-17). Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - General $: 20. Contact Person: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center. Contact Phone #: 707-443-4222. Contact Email: hbac@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, March 31, 2019, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Arcata Bay String Quartet

Please join the Humboldt State University Department of Music and the Arcata Bay String Quartet for a Sunday afternoon Faculty Artist Series concert featuring three masterpieces for the string quartet on March 31st at 2:00 p.m. in Fulkerson Recital Hall.  These iconic works by Haydn, Schumann, and Debussy will be contrasted by a short work composed by the American singer-songwriter and founder of the Grammy Award winning Carolina Chocolate Drops Rhiannon Giddens.  Giddens' evocative string quartet setting of her arresting original song "At the Purchaser's Option" was inspired by a slave auction sale bill, and composed for the Kronos Quartet "Fifty for the Future" project.  $15 General, $5 Child, $5 HSU students with ID. "The Debussy is one of the greatest of all string quartets, and we are extremely excited to be playing it." —Cindy Moyer, HSU Professor of Music and ABSQ co-founder, The Arcata Bay String Quartet was founded in 2017 by HSU music faculty violinists Cindy Moyer and Karen Davy,… . Event Title: Faculty Artist Series. Organization: MUSIC. Contact Person: Patrick Malloy. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3531. Contact Email: mus@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 15. Tickets - Student $: 5. Tickets - Child $: 5. Categories: Featured Event, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Sunday, March 31, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Music B 132 - Fulkerson Recital Hall.

The Tallis Scholars

Led by founder and director Peter Phillips, the esteemed English ensemble has spent nearly 40 years celebrating and revealing the ethereal beauty of the unaccompanied human voice. The Tallis Scholars have done more than any other group to establish Renaissance vocal music as one of the great repertoires of the classical cannon. Let your spirits soar as these “rock stars of the Renaissance” (The New York Times) lift their golden voices in a joyful program of early music masterpieces. “one of the world’s premier vocal ensembles”—Washington Post. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: mgm8@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 66. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 66. Tickets - Senior $: 66. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Tuesday, April 2, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Off-campus Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

CSU Summer Arts Day

Representatives of the CSU Summer Arts Program will be visiting campus to share information about the exciting intensive arts courses being offered. Earn 3-6 units of transferable credit. Scholarships available. Pizza will be served. CSUSummerArts.org. Event Title: Information Session. Organization: COLLEGE OF AH&SS. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Lauren Lynch. Contact Phone #: x3651. Contact Email: lsr4@humboldt.edu. Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM.

Gallery Reception: Ikyav, Píkyav

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Environmental Sustainability of Energy

As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, we will conduct a panel discussion on the following topic The Environmental Sustainability of Energy Use at HSU. Humboldt State University has set ambitious climate action goals, including a target to achieve an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions relative to 1990 levels by 2040. This panel will highlight the challenges and opportunities at HSU for reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The discussion will include an overview of energy use patterns on campus, current approaches for reducing energy use and emissions, and possible future strategies to make progress toward the campus' climate action goals. The panel will be moderated by Schatz Center Director Arne Jacobson. Andrea Alstone is an Energy Planner and Analyst in Facilities Management at HSU, where she is responsible for tracking campus energy use and planning for its future. Her prior work on energy issues includes projects at the Redwood Coast Energy Authority, Lawrence… Event Title: Sustainable Futures Speaker Series 2018/2019. Organization: SCHATZ ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Maia Cheli. Contact Email: serc@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4345. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Founders Hall 118 - Lecture Room.

Let's Talk about the Middle East

As part of the Let's Talk About the Middle East film and discussion series, HSU History professor Dr. Leena Dallasheh hosts a screening of Born in Deir Yassin (2017). Set in the Sinai Peninsula immediate aftermath of the Six-Day War, the film follows the surreal journey of two Egyptian soldiers, lost in the Sinai desert at the end of the war, trying to make their way home, and as they encounter an Israeli patrol. Israeli General/politician Ariel Sharon opposed this film’s nomination for the Academy Awards, claiming in was "a self-destructive portrait of inept Jews." The screening is free and open to the public. Event Title: Avanti Popolo. Organization: HISTORY. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Leena Dallasheh. Contact Email: ld1145@humboldt.edu. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Off-campus Richard's Goat Tavern & Tea Room.

From Humboldt to Hulu

From Humboldt to Hulu: A Talk About Becoming a Tech Leader, Please join us to welcome and celebrate Dan Phillips, whose life journey has taken him to the top of the high tech world. Dan is the Chief Technology Officer at streaming service Hulu. Dan will talk about his experiences, including attending Bridgeville School, Fortuna High Schools, College of the Redwoods, and Humboldt State University. He will also share his ideas about the future of work and some of the big opportunities for today's young people.  Thursday, April 4 at 6 p.m. in the Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Ave. Eureka. Event Title: A Talk about Becoming a Tech Leader. Organization: MARCOM. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Community Sponsored Event, Student, Staff, Faculty. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

Campus Movie Nights

Come on out to Campus Movie Nights! Light refreshments will be provided! February 1st @ 6pm (KBR)- Crazy Rich Asians, March 7th @ 7pm (KBR)- Boy Erased  April 4th @ 7pm (NHE_ 102)- Fantastic Beasts and The Crimes of Grindelwald, Sponsored by: Office of Student Life, Clubs and Activities Office, and the Associated Students. Organization: CLUBS & ACTIVITIES. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Student. Contact Person: Clubs Office. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3776. Contact Email: Clubs@humboldt.edu. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Nelson Hall 102 - Goodwin Forum.

HSU's Hip Hop Poetry Slam

Hey all! Come to our Poetry Slam to share and hear people's work and ideas. Give it a shot and you could win prizes. It doesn't have to be Hip Hop related, we are creating this experience to sponsor HSU's annual Hip Hop Conference on April 27 & 28. So join us for a fun night! Event Title: HSU's Poetry Slam. Organization: CRGS. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Josefin Ekfeldt. Contact Phone #: (310)804-2830. Contact Email: ije3@humboldt.edu. Thursday, April 4, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Founders Hall 166 - Green & Gold Room.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 5, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Corey Gray: Distinguished Alumni Speaker

2018 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Corey Gray ('97, Physics & Applied Mathematics) will be speaking about LIGO, how he connects his Native culture to science & astronomy, and his experience at Humboldt State University. A member of the Siksika Nation (Northern Blackfoot) of Alberta, Corey Gray (‘97, Physics & Applied Mathematics) currently supervises the operator crew for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Washington, where he’s worked since 1998. He was part of a team that directly detected gravitational waves from the collision of two black holes 1.3 billion light years away. The discovery, which supports Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2017. As an HSU student he was an active member of the Indian Natural Resource Science & Engineering Program (INRSEP), American Indian Alliance, and HSU Student Drum. Through INRSEP, he made a deep connection with his heritage. “I really appreciated the opportunity to learn about my… Event Title: Corey Gray: Distinguished Alumni Speaker Series. Organization: ALUMNI & ENGAGEMENT. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, Student, Faculty. Contact Person: Megan Krapf. Contact Email: forever@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3132. Friday, April 5, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Founders Hall 118 - Lecture Room.

Wildlife Tracking with Phil Johnston

Come and explore the ancient science and art of tracking wildlife with Phil Johnston the first Saturday of the month. Phil will open your eyes to the signs wildlife leaves behind including scat, marks, burrows, herbivory, wallows, and of course tracks! Space is limited so sign up now. Cost $25, $20 members, $15 HSU students and seniors. Meet at the HSU Natural History Museum at 9am. Call 707-826-4479 or go to www.humbold.edu/natmus to register or for more information. . Event Title: Field class. Organization: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Tickets - General $: 25. Tickets - Student $: 15. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4479. Contact Email: natmus@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Melinda Bailey. Tickets - Senior $: 15. Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Natural History Museum 101.

Discovery Sail

Come learn how to sail as you see the bay from a new and refreshing perspective! Discover your new found sailing capabilities, as you begin using sailing lingo, have a stronger understanding of wind orientation, water safety, and boating basics. Enjoy the splendor of a Coronado 15 sailboat and find yourself imbued with the beauty of Humboldt Bay. Register by Wednesday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 50. Tickets - General $: 60. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 6, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Introduction to Surfing

This course offers students the opportunity to safely learn and enjoy the sport of surfing! Designed for the individual having little to no surfing experience, this course focuses on water safety, surf etiquette, ocean awareness, surfboard handling and technique. We will surf where the best conditions are, for beginning surfers. Register by Tuesday before the class. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 65. Tickets - General $: 80. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, April 7, 2019, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Off Campus.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 7, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Delfeayo Marsalis & the Uptown Jazz Orch

Under the direction of Delfeayo Marsalis, “one of the best, most imaginative trombonists of his generation” (San Francisco Examiner), and anchored by Dirty Dozen Brass Band founder Roger Lewis on baritone sax, the 16-piece UJO sings and swings with confidence and soul—all night long! Performing blues and standards that combine riff playing, spontaneous arrangements, and the famous New Orleans secondline groove, the Uptown Jazz Orchestra is keeping the old school jazz traditions alive. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: carts@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 66. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 66. Tickets - Senior $: 66. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Sunday, April 7, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. Music B 132 - Fulkerson Recital Hall.

Delfeayo Marsalis & the Uptown Jazz Orch

Under the direction of Delfeayo Marsalis, “one of the best, most imaginative trombonists of his generation” (San Francisco Examiner), and anchored by Dirty Dozen Brass Band founder Roger Lewis on baritone sax, the 16-piece UJO sings and swings with confidence and soul—all night long! Performing blues and standards that combine riff playing, spontaneous arrangements, and the famous New Orleans secondline groove, the Uptown Jazz Orchestra is keeping the old school jazz traditions alive. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: carts@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 66. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 66. Tickets - Senior $: 66. Purchase tickets online at: https://centerarts.humboldt.edu/Online/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: https://centerarts.humboldt.edu/Online/. Sunday, April 7, 2019, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM. Music B 132 - Fulkerson Recital Hall.

Oh Snap Eats! Navigating Nutrition

This is a basic introduction to building a healthy relationship to food and eating. Students will evaluate eating habits and identify feelings about food. They will learn about portion size, and how to understand basic point of sale nutrition facts. This SkillShop is offered: Monday, Feb. 25 @ 4pm , Monday, March 25 @ 4pm , Monday, April 8 @ 4pm , Monday, May 6 @ 4pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Monday, April 8, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 114 - Classroom.

Unified Basketball

Must show up March 25th for assessment if you want to participate in the league. 3 week round robin play followed by one day playoff/championship tournament on April 29th. Organization: RECREATIONAL SPORTS. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Eliot Baker. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5961. Contact Email: eliot.baker@humboldt.edu. Monday, April 8, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 202 - West Gym.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Interview Strategies

In this Skillshop, you will learn what to expect in an interview, how to prepare and strategies to help you feel more in control. Strong interview skills will help you land your dream jobs or internships! . Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Phone #: 5454. Contact Email: Kristina.hunt@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Kristina Hunt. Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 114 - Classroom.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 11, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Financial Literacy Workshops

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Associated Students, and Student Life in partnership with other programs and sponsors will be hosting our first ever Financial Literacy Workshops series for the Spring semester. These workshops are geared towards first generation and pell eligible students but anyone is welcome to attend. There will be a total of five Financial Literacy workshops all focused on a different topic: Wed. Feb 12: Family Affairs & Financial Independence , Wed. Feb. 1: Food Planning , Wed. Mar 13: How much can you spend on Spring Break? Pay yourself first , Thur. Apr. 11: Credit Awareness & Career Planning , Wed. Apr. 24: How to plan for a move and how can you afford it? Organization: ASSOCIATED STUDENTS. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Phone #: 5695. Contact Email: tanza.triggs@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Tanza Triggs. Thursday, April 11, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Library 317 - CTL Classroom.

Margot Genger Book Reading

Humboldt State University Library will host a Book Reading by Margot Genger, author of SHIFT HAPPENS – BREAKDOWNS DURING LIFE’S LONG HAULS. Arcata — Humboldt State University Library will host a Book Reading by Margot Genger ('73 Communication), author of SHIFT HAPPENS – BREAKDOWNS DURING LIFE’S LONG HAULS on April 11 (Thu), from 4:00 – 5:00pm in the Library’s Fishbowl, Room 209. HSU English Professor Emeritus Susan Bennett writes, "Out of desperation to escape the confines of her small Northern California town, Genger breaks every rule of her 1970s social class, gender, and upbringing to become a long-haul truck driver. Shift Happens will make you laugh, cringe, and celebrate as Margo navigates the underground life of long-haul truck driving with 11 different driving partners. She criss-crosses the U.S. delivering everything from Hustler Magazines to Washington State apples - sees both the beauty and the meanness that is America - and eventually realizes what she values in 'home'." … Event Title: Margot Genger Book Reading. Organization: LIBRARY. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Kumi Watanabe-Schock. Contact Email: kw1@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: 5656. Thursday, April 11, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

California offshore wind

As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Robert Collier will present "California offshore wind: the challenges of "high road" climate policy". Planning is underway to site huge floating wind farms along California’s coast, including offshore Humboldt County, to help the state reach its goals of 100 percent clean energy. But these plans underline one of the key questions for California climate policy – Will the green economy accentuate or narrow the state’s widening income and opportunity gaps? In the case of offshore wind, an entirely new industry is envisioned, which could have a uniquely “high road” potential for well-paying jobs, community benefits, an industrial supply chain, and major infrastructure improvements. But achieving this will not be easy. This presentation will explain this conundrum for offshore wind and state climate policy in general. Robert Collier is a policy analyst at the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education, where he researches labor and workforce issues… Event Title: Sustainable Futures Speaker Series 2018/2019. Organization: SCHATZ ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Maia Cheli. Contact Email: serc@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4345. Thursday, April 11, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Founders Hall 118 - Lecture Room.

Paddling Film Festival

Center Activities and the HSU Recreation Program Planning students have had the privilege to host Rapid Media’s International Paddling Film Festival, a fundraising event showcasing the world’s best paddling films. The event has inspired more people to explore rivers, lakes and oceans, push physical and emotional extremes, embrace the lifestyle and appreciate the heritage of the wild places we paddle! This year, our event will be held in the Arcata Theatre Lounge on Thursday, April 11th, 2019. Our fundraising will directly go towards the HSU Outdoor Access Fund -- a fundraiser created by HSU Recreation Alumni to promote outdoor adventures and provide scholarships to students without the means to do so on their own through Center Activities. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Student, Staff. Tickets - General $: 10. Contact Person: Bridget Hand. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3362. Contact Email: bch48@humboldt.edu. Tickets - Student $: 8. Thursday, April 11, 2019, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 12, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Trans Support Group #2 (Alt Days)

A group inclusive of all gender identities where people can get support, explore gender, and advocate for change on campus. For additional information, call James at 707-826-3236. Event Title: Trans Support Group. Organization: CAPS. Contact Person: James Chavers. Contact Phone #: (707)826-3236. Contact Email: james.chavers@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Queer, Publish to Department Calendar. Friday, April 12, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Nelson Hall East 119.

Backpacking the Lost Coast

Join us as we take you on a section of the much sought-after Lost Coast Trail in the California King Range Conservation Area. This breathtaking trail is moderately level with continuous views and opportunities to spot migratory whales! Backpackers will find themselves absorbing wilderness skills, learning Leave No Trace principles, and picking up essential outdoor tips and tricks. Register by Tuesday before the trip. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 165. Tickets - General $: 185. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Friday, April 12, 2019, 4:30 PM – Sunday, April 14, 2019, 7:00 PM. Off Campus.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Women on the Water

Get ready for a welcoming and fun female environment as women come together to learn skills and gain paddling confidence in a safe environment. This small group of paddlers will enter the wonderful world of kayaking and will be sure to enjoy a day of camaraderie, womanship, and a little bit of water wisdom. Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 28. Tickets - General $: 38. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, April 14, 2019, 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

The Havana Cuba All-Stars

Featuring Banda Asere and Dancers, This high-energy ensemble is a festive celebration of Cuban rhythms and movement styles guaranteed to transform any venue into a lively, tropical party! Some of the island’s greatest performers, including members of the acclaimed Asere, are joined by award-winning dancers to showcase everything from cha-cha to rumba to son Cubano and salsa. The Havana Cuba All-Stars are dedicated to promoting the entire tapestry of Cuban sounds through a fresh, contemporary lens. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: mgm8@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 49. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 49. Tickets - Senior $: 49. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Sunday, April 14, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Off-campus Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

Unified Basketball

Must show up March 25th for assessment if you want to participate in the league. 3 week round robin play followed by one day playoff/championship tournament on April 29th. Organization: RECREATIONAL SPORTS. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Eliot Baker. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5961. Contact Email: eliot.baker@humboldt.edu. Monday, April 15, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 202 - West Gym.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Home Free

The all vocal (a cappella) country music sensation Home Free is bringing Nashville country standards and country-dipped pop hits. The band comes to town on the heels of their most recent full-length album release, TIMELESS, bringing with them new music and new humor every night. Home Free has become a household name, amassing more than 250-million YouTube views, and entertaining more than 350,000 people live in concert since bursting on the national scene in 2013. The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor. Their fourth studio album, TIMELESS, which was released on September 23, 2017 via Columbia Records and debuted at the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. This release marks the 4th consecutive top 5 Billboard debut for their album. Audiences can expect new music and new stylings, plus country hits like Maren Morris’ “My Church” pop slams like Shakira’s “Try Everything” and… Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: mgm8@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 49. Tickets - Student $: 25. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: https://centerarts.humboldt.edu/Online/default.asp. Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Off-campus Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

Job Search for Graduating Seniors

Graduating this semester? This is a great opportunity to learn about resumes, cover letters, job searching and networking. Bring a copy of your resume for a peer review if you like. This SkillShop is offered: Tuesday, March 12 @ 11am , Wednesday, April 17 @ 11am. Event Title: Skillshop. Organization: LIBRARY. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Phone #: 5453. Contact Email: jps397. Contact Person: Joy Soll. Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Science Resumes and Cover Letters

Applying for jobs or summer internships? This workshop will help you get your application materials prepared and make you more competitive. This SkillShop is offered: Friday, February 1 @ 4pm , Wednesday, March 13 @ 5pm , Wednesday, April 17 @ 4pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: ACADEMIC & CAREER ADVISING CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Phone #: 5454. Contact Email: kristina.hunt@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Kristina Hunt. Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 114 - Classroom.

Graduate School Planning

Planning to go to graduate school? This workshop with give you concrete ways to find and apply to schools. We will also discuss the GRE, Graduate School Essays, financial aid, and requesting recommendations. . Event Title: Skillshop. Organization: LIBRARY. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Phone #: 5453. Contact Email: jps397@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Joy Soll. Thursday, April 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

McCrone Awards Ceremony

Humboldt State University established the Alistair and Judith McCrone Graduate Fellowship Fund in October 2001.  The fund was created to honor Dr. and Mrs. McCrone, who together shepherded Humboldt State University and its students for over a quarter of a century. This award will recognize one outstanding graduate student, acknowledge their potential, and encourage their continued achievement in their graduate program. In addition, the Sponsored Programs Foundation is pleased to host the McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award for HSU faculty members. This award will recognize HSU’s newer faculty, acknowledge their potential in their field of research, and encourage their continued achievement. Humboldt State University faculty members Environmental Science & Management Professor Kerry Byrne; Biology Professor John Steele; Forestry Professor Lucy Kerhoulas have been selected as recipients of the 2019 McCrone Promising Faculty Scholars Award. Selected for exhibiting exceptional potential in their field,… Organization: SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOUNDATION. Categories: Featured Event, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty. Contact Person: Kacie Flynn. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5159. Contact Email: kacie.flynn@humboldt.edu. Thursday, April 18, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. College Creek Community Center 260 - Great Hall.

Reception Art Dept. Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 18, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 19, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Twilight Paddle On Humboldt Bay

Come join us for this popular evening paddle and watch as the evening skies blossom from our exquisite Humboldt Bay! We provide warm gear, experienced guides, and a wide range of kayaks, that will all help to create the most memorable adventure. This fun and easy paddling excursion is open to folks of all skill levels! Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 40. Tickets - General $: 50. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Friday, April 19, 2019, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

24 Hour Play Fest

7th bi-annual theatre event where students write, direct and perform original 10 minute pieces in just 24 hours. All are welcome to participate and attend. Organization: THEATRE, FILM & DANCE. Contact Person: Dominic Christenson. Contact Email: lfc18@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 20, 2019, 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM. Harry Griffith Hall 227, Harry Griffith Hall 117, Gist Hall 102 - Dance Studio, Forestry 103 - Forest Health Laboratory, Forestry 204B - Lecture Room, Forestry 104 - McClean Forestry Computation Laboratory, Forestry 105 - Lecture Room, Forestry 107 -…

Discovery Sail

Come learn how to sail as you see the bay from a new and refreshing perspective! Discover your new found sailing capabilities, as you begin using sailing lingo, have a stronger understanding of wind orientation, water safety, and boating basics. Enjoy the splendor of a Coronado 15 sailboat and find yourself imbued with the beauty of Humboldt Bay. Register by Wednesday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 50. Tickets - General $: 60. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 20, 2019, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Family Fun Day

Get the family together and explore the Humboldt Bay! Our aquatic staff will give you and your family a customized paddle and safety talk and outfit you to the vessel of your choice: kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard. Our experienced staff will then help launch you off our dock for your own family adventure on the bay. Program Fee: $20 per adult • Children are Free (Limit 2 children per adult ages 6-17). Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - General $: 20. Contact Person: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center. Contact Phone #: 707-443-4222. Contact Email: hbac@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 20, 2019, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 20, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Student Recreation Center Orientation

Are you new to the gym? Come visit the Student Recreation Center (SRC) on a brief guided tour of the facilities and learn about everything available to you. Learn how to check-in, how to use the equipment, and where the locker rooms are. This will give you the knowledge to come into the gym with confidence! Call the SRC at 707-826-4197 for more information. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 0. Tickets - General $: 0. Contact Person: Student Recreation Center. Contact Phone #: 707-826-4197. Contact Email: src@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 21, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Unified Basketball

Must show up March 25th for assessment if you want to participate in the league. 3 week round robin play followed by one day playoff/championship tournament on April 29th. Organization: RECREATIONAL SPORTS. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Eliot Baker. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5961. Contact Email: eliot.baker@humboldt.edu. Monday, April 22, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 202 - West Gym.

Anoushka Shankar

Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar is a singular figure in the Indian and progressive world music scenes. Expanding on the ancient Indian classical form handed down from her father, the legendary Ravi Shankar, Anoushka’s new show reflects on her journey so far. Drawing on traditional ragas while referencing experiences she’s built along the way, she experiments with new ideas in this exhilarating cross-cultural musical dialogue. Anoushka Shankar – sitar, Ojas Adhiya – tabla, Pirashanna Thevarajah – mridangam, Ravichandra Kulur – flute, Danny Keane – cello & piano, Kenji Ota – tanpura. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: mgm8@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 49. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 49. Tickets - Senior $: 49. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Monday, April 22, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Off-campus Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Narcan Informational Session

Overdose deaths are preventable. In this friendly and accessible information session, learn how to use Narcan (also known as naloxone), a safe, easy-to-use drug that reverse an opioid overdose. Participants will learn how to recognize an opioid overdose and will get their own Narcan to use. Organization: STUDENT HEALTH & WELLBEING SERVICES. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Email: oc32@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ocean Capewell. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

Women's Self Defense Class

1-Day Women's Self Defense Class - Led by Zan Mendonca and Jodie Slack. Organization: UPD. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Email: eaw284@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Liz Whitchurch. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5909. Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM. Kinesiology and Athletics 202A - Dance Studio.

About Last Night:Substance Use Education

Planning a rager? Thinking about going out to relieve some stress? Want to know more about drug culture? Come hang out the the PHEs and get good tips and free stuff to make sure every night is a good night. This SkillShop is offered: Wednesday, April 24 @ 12pm , Monday, April 29 @ 1pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Library 317 - CTL Classroom.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

The Ins and Outs of Safer Sex

Learn about condoms, dental dams, birth control, STDs, consent, squishy stuff, hard stuff, and all the in between stuff! Free safer sex supplies and fun times! This SkillShop is offered on: Wednesday, April 24 @ RWC124 , Wednesday, May 1 @ L317. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: rdc23@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 124 - Conference Room.

Financial Literacy Workshops

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Associated Students, and Student Life in partnership with other programs and sponsors will be hosting our first ever Financial Literacy Workshops series for the Spring semester. These workshops are geared towards first generation and pell eligible students but anyone is welcome to attend. There will be a total of five Financial Literacy workshops all focused on a different topic: Wed. Feb 12: Family Affairs & Financial Independence , Wed. Feb. 1: Food Planning , Wed. Mar 13: How much can you spend on Spring Break? Pay yourself first , Thur. Apr. 11: Credit Awareness & Career Planning , Wed. Apr. 24: How to plan for a move and how can you afford it? Organization: ASSOCIATED STUDENTS. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Phone #: 5695. Contact Email: tanza.triggs@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Tanza Triggs. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Library 317 - CTL Classroom.

Global Cafe - Palestine

Have you ever wanted to learn about the culture of other countries and taste their traditional foods? Come to the Global Cafe, sponsored by HSU Clubs & Activities and Associated Students, catered by Dining Services, and held in the Library Fishbowl: . Event Title: Global Cafe Series. Organization: CLUBS & ACTIVITIES. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Zhelin Wu. Contact Email: zw136@humboldt.edu. Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

MCC 25th Anniversary Gala

Organization: MULTICULTURAL CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Frank Herrera. Contact Phone #: 825-3367. Contact Email: frank.herrera@humboldt.edu. Thursday, April 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 26, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, April 26, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

LGBTQ Climbing Night

Times to be determined. Call for more info. Climb in a supportive environment with the help of knowledgeable and experienced staff, meet other climbers and explore opportunities for adventure. All levels of experience encouraged to attend! This is a great opportunity to get coaching and learn how to tweak your moves for better performance. Register by Friday before the event. Held at the main rock wall at the Student Recreation Center. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - General $: 5. Contact Person: Student Recreation Center. Contact Phone #: 707-826-4197. Contact Email: src@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 12:00 AM.

Solidarity Economy Conference

Cooperation Humboldt and the US Solidarity Economy Network are organizing a Solidarity Economy Conference on April 27, 2019 at Humboldt State University, sponsored by the Sociology Department. A solidarity economy is broadly defined as efforts to create an economy based on cooperation rather than exploitation, and that prioritizes the welfare of people and planet over profits and blind growth. The approach is grounded in the following core principles: Solidarity, cooperation, mutualism , Equity in all dimensions--race/ethnicity/nationality, class/gender , Participatory democracy , Sustainability , Pluralism , , The goals of this gathering are to: Educate the local community about what we mean by a “solidarity economy” and introduce the concept of a People’s Movement Assembly (PMA). , A People’s Movement Assembly is gathering of people designed to collectively develop a shared political analysis of the current moment and the systemic root causes of our problems, to envision the world… Organization: SOCIOLOGY. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Tony Silvaggio. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-3142. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM. University Center 225 - Kate Buchanan Room (KBR), Nelson Hall 102 - Goodwin Forum, Nelson Hall East 106, Nelson Hall East 120, Nelson Hall East 119, Nelson Hall East 113, Nelson Hall East 118, Nelson Hall East 116, Siemens Hall 108 - Lecture Room,…

Fern Canyon Hike

Prepare to enter a world beyond time, guarded by the sand and shores of the west, and the royalty of the redwoods to the east. Walk through a living corridor, as the walls breathe with every step, and the stream gently trickles past you along its journey. Eight different species of ferns create the beautiful world here. Listen to the secrets that each of them hold as you take your time in this special place. Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 42. Tickets - General $: 52. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Off Campus.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

CCAT's Mayday 41st Anniversary

Join CCAT to celebrate our 41th Anniversary & Mayday at HSU. Come down for a free tour of the CCAT property, participate in DIY workshops, try organic foods, & enjoy free entertainment. This is a kid friendly community event.  HSU IS AN AA/EO INSTITUTION. THIS EVENT IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. PERSONS WHO WISH TO REQUEST DISABILITY-RELATED ACCOMMODATIONS, INCLUDING SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS,  SHOULD CONTACT SDRC AT 707.826.4678 OR SDRC@HUMBOLDT.EDU. Event Title: CCAT's Mayday 41st Anniversary. Organization: CLUB: CAMPUS CENTER FOR APPROPRIATE TECH. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Email: ccat@humboldt.edu. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. CCAT Buck House.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, April 27, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Introduction to Surfing

This course offers students the opportunity to safely learn and enjoy the sport of surfing! Designed for the individual having little to no surfing experience, this course focuses on water safety, surf etiquette, ocean awareness, surfboard handling and technique. We will surf where the best conditions are, for beginning surfers. Register by Tuesday before the class. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 65. Tickets - General $: 80. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Off Campus.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, April 28, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

About Last Night:Substance Use Education

Planning a rager? Thinking about going out to relieve some stress? Want to know more about drug culture? Come hang out the the PHEs and get good tips and free stuff to make sure every night is a good night. This SkillShop is offered: Wednesday, April 24 @ 12pm , Monday, April 29 @ 1pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Monday, April 29, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Library 209 - Library Fishbowl.

Plant Based Food on a Budget!

Eating a whole food, plant based diet can be inexpensive, delicious, and sustainable. Come get tips on ways to save money, create simple delicious meals while eating to nourish and fuel your body. Class includes an insanely good, budget-friendly, Indian-inspired dish. Plus take the recipe home! Register by Friday before the course. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Categories: Featured Event. Tickets - General $: 30. Tickets - Student $: 25. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Center Activities. Monday, April 29, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM. Off Campus.

Unified Basketball

Must show up March 25th for assessment if you want to participate in the league. 3 week round robin play followed by one day playoff/championship tournament on April 29th. Organization: RECREATIONAL SPORTS. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Eliot Baker. Contact Phone #: 707-826-5961. Contact Email: eliot.baker@humboldt.edu. Monday, April 29, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Recreation & Wellness Center 202 - West Gym.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Recreation in Action Expo

Recreation Administration seniors and practica students will present their projects in a poster session. Organization: KINESIOLOGY & RECREATION ADMINISTRATION. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Ara Pachmayer. Contact Email: aap583@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4128. Tuesday, April 30, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. University Center 225 - Kate Buchanan Room (KBR).

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

The Ins and Outs of Safer Sex

Learn about condoms, dental dams, birth control, STDs, consent, squishy stuff, hard stuff, and all the in between stuff! Free safer sex supplies and fun times! This SkillShop is offered on: Wednesday, April 24 @ RWC124 , Wednesday, May 1 @ L317. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Wednesday, May 1, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Library 317 - CTL Classroom.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, May 2, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, May 2, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Love and accountability in research

As part of the Sustainable Futures Speaker Series, Nick Reo will present "Love and accountability in Indigenous environmental research". Nicholas J. Reo is a citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and an Associate Professor of Native American and Environmental Studies at Dartmouth College, where he studies Indigenous knowledge and ecological stewardship on Indigenous lands. Reo blends ecological, anthropological and Indigenous methodologies in his work, often via tribal community-university partnerships. In this talk, he will explore research ethics and the concept of “relational accountability” in Indigenous environmental studies, sharing both his personal experiences and his perspective as an Anishnaabe scholar. The Sustainable Futures Speaker Series is sponsored by the Schatz Energy Research Center, the Environment & Community graduate program, and the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences at Humboldt State University. For details on upcoming events or to request… Event Title: Sustainable Futures Speaker Series 2018/2019. Organization: SCHATZ ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Maia Cheli. Contact Email: serc@humboldt.edu. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4345. Thursday, May 2, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Founders Hall 118 - Lecture Room.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, May 3, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

ideaFest

More than 400 Students, Faculty, & Staff from HSU will showcase research, performances, digital projects, and more! HSU's 2019 ideaFest will be held on Friday, May 3rd. Come see what students and faculty have been working on, the answers they’re seeking, and what they’ve uncovered. And, get a glimpse of the type of research and creative work that’s possible here at HSU. You’ll be impressed. If you’re interested in presenting, registration for ideaFest 2019 is now open! The deadline to register will be Friday April 5, 2019. And we hope you'll also consider publishing your poster in Humboldt Digital Commons and a research paper in the ideaFest Journal. This event is sponsored by the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, Marketing & Communications, and the HSU Library in collaboration with the Colleges. For information about project submissions, contact Kacie Flynn at kacie.flynn@humboldt.edu or (707) 826-5159. Event Title: A Showcase of Research and Projects. Organization: SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOUNDATION. Categories: Featured Event. Contact Person: Kacie Flynn. Contact Phone #: x5159. Contact Email: kacie.flynn. Friday, May 3, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 121 - Computer Lab, Library 308 - Library Learning Lab, Library 114 - Classroom, Library 118 - Conference & Training Room, Library 310 - CTL Conference Room, Library 122 - Computer Lab, Library 209 - Library Fishbowl, Library 205 - Collaboration…

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, May 3, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Backpacking The Trinity Alps

Find yourself immersed in excitement as we prepare for the adventure of a lifetime. Join us as we venture forth into one of the oldest designated wilderness areas with majestic mountains peaks, lavish lakes, flowering meadows, and flowing streams that will create the backdrop for our adventure. This experience has been designed for you regardless of your skill level! The trailhead and specific location shall be announced at the pre-trip meeting. Register by Tuesday before the trip. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 160. Tickets - General $: 185. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Friday, May 3, 2019, 4:30 PM – Sunday, May 5, 2019, 7:00 PM. Off Campus.

Introduction to Sailing at Big Lagoon

Come experience two full exhilarating days at gorgeous Big Lagoon and learn to harness the wind! We use two of the most popular sailboats, the Olympic-class Laser and the fun user-friendly Pico. Each sailor will learn the fundamentals of sailing, from assembly to rigging and maneuvering, how to launch, and even capsize recovery! In addition you will learn sailing theory and have boatloads of fun! Register by Wednesday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 175. Tickets - General $: 190. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 9:00 AM – Sunday, May 5, 2019, 3:30 PM. Off Campus.

Wildlife Tracking with Phil Johnston

Come and explore the ancient science and art of tracking wildlife with Phil Johnston the first Saturday of the month. Phil will open your eyes to the signs wildlife leaves behind including scat, marks, burrows, herbivory, wallows, and of course tracks! Space is limited so sign up now. Cost $25, $20 members, $15 HSU students and seniors. Meet at the HSU Natural History Museum at 9am. Call 707-826-4479 or go to www.humbold.edu/natmus to register or for more information. . Event Title: Field class. Organization: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Tickets - General $: 25. Tickets - Student $: 15. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4479. Contact Email: natmus@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Melinda Bailey. Tickets - Senior $: 15. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Natural History Museum 101.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Che Malambo

Dance and Drumming of Argentina, A percussive dance and music spectacle, this powerhouse company of 14 performs the thrilling South American gaucho traditions of Argentina. With dueling displays of agility, strength, and zapateo—the fast paced footwork inspired by the galloping of horses, Che Malambo offers a unique performance that appeals as much to fans of STOMP as to those who love tango and flamenco. With choreographed drums, precision dancing, rhythmic stomping, and whirling boleadoras (stones attached to lassoes), fiery malambo traditions are masterfully transformed for the contemporary stage. “They sent the audience into uproarious applause.”—New York Times. Event Title: CenterArts Performance. Organization: CENTER ARTS. Contact Person: Michael Moore, Jr. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3928. Contact Email: carts@humboldt.edu. Tickets - General $: 49. Tickets - Student $: 15. Tickets - Child $: 29. Tickets - Senior $: 49. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public. Purchase tickets online at: http://centerarts.humboldt.edu/. Saturday, May 4, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Off-campus Arkley Center for the Performing Arts.

Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Introduction

Join the growing world of stand up paddling — it’s adventurous, easy, and fun! Allow us to share the activity with you in a calm, enjoyable, and beautiful flat water setting. Our guides will introduce you to the equipment, board handling, proper body mechanics, paddle strokes, maneuvering, and water safety! Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 35. Tickets - General $: 42. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, May 5, 2019, 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, May 5, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, May 5, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Oh Snap Eats! Navigating Nutrition

This is a basic introduction to building a healthy relationship to food and eating. Students will evaluate eating habits and identify feelings about food. They will learn about portion size, and how to understand basic point of sale nutrition facts. This SkillShop is offered: Monday, Feb. 25 @ 4pm , Monday, March 25 @ 4pm , Monday, April 8 @ 4pm , Monday, May 6 @ 4pm. Event Title: SkillShop. Organization: PEER HEALTH EDUCATION. Categories: Featured Event, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Email: ravin@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Ravin Craig. Monday, May 6, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Library 114 - Classroom.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, May 8, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, May 9, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, May 9, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, May 10, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, May 10, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Q-Grad

Organization: MULTICULTURAL CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Queer, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Mona Mazzotti. Contact Phone #: (707) 826.3369. Contact Email: Mona.Mazzotti@humboldt.edu. Friday, May 10, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. University Center 225 - Kate Buchanan Room (KBR).

Twilight Paddle On Humboldt Bay

Come join us for this popular evening paddle and watch as the evening skies blossom from our exquisite Humboldt Bay! We provide warm gear, experienced guides, and a wide range of kayaks, that will all help to create the most memorable adventure. This fun and easy paddling excursion is open to folks of all skill levels! Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 40. Tickets - General $: 50. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Friday, May 10, 2019, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, May 11, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Family Fun Day

Get the family together and explore the Humboldt Bay! Our aquatic staff will give you and your family a customized paddle and safety talk and outfit you to the vessel of your choice: kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard. Our experienced staff will then help launch you off our dock for your own family adventure on the bay. Program Fee: $20 per adult • Children are Free (Limit 2 children per adult ages 6-17). Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - General $: 20. Contact Person: Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center. Contact Phone #: 707-443-4222. Contact Email: hbac@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, May 12, 2019, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, May 12, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Sunday, May 12, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Art Department Graduates Exhibition

HSU’s 2019 Art Graduates Exhibition will be on display from April 18 through Commencement on May 14. This annual exhibition will feature a broad range of forms, media, and styles, reflecting students’ diverse backgrounds, influences, personal passions and individual identities. This exhibition never fails to include a variety of work, reflecting the HSU Art Department’s range of media concentrations, from illustration and jewelry to graphic design and painting, printmaking, ceramics, illustration and drawing. A select number of pieces in the show will be honored with awards for their excellence in a variety of categories. We welcome you to join us in celebrating our students’ achievements! Event Title: 2019 HSU Art Department Graduates Exhibition. Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707/826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Art B 101 - Reese Bullen Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Tuesday, May 14, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Thursday, May 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Native Graduation Sash Ceremony

Event Title: Cultural Graduation Celebration. Organization: ITEPP/NACAE. Categories: Featured Event, Alumni, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Adrienne Colegrove-Raymona. Contact Phone #: (707) 826.3672. Contact Email: hsuitepp@humboldt.edu. Thursday, May 16, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. University Center 225 - Kate Buchanan Room (KBR).

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Friday, May 17, 2019, 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

ADPI Grad Celebration

Organization: MULTICULTURAL CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Mona Mazzotti. Contact Phone #: (707) 826.3369. Contact Email: Mona.Mazzotti@humboldt.edu. Friday, May 17, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Nelson Hall 102 - Goodwin Forum.

Black Heritage Graduation Celebration

Event Title: Cultural Graduation Celebration. Organization: AFRICAN AMERICAN CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Tina Okoye. Contact Phone #: (707) 826.3640. Contact Email: Tina.Okoye@humboldt.edu. Friday, May 17, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. University Center 225 - Kate Buchanan Room (KBR), University Center 250 - South Lounge, University Center 222 - Karshner Lounge.

Commencement BBQ

Event Title: MCC 25th Anniversary. Organization: MULTICULTURAL CENTER. Categories: Featured Event, Alumni, Open To The Public, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Mona Mazzotti. Contact Phone #: (707) 826.3369. Contact Email: Mona.Mazzotti@humboldt.edu. Saturday, May 18, 2019, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Balabanis House - Multicultural Center 106 - Vine Deloria Room.

Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making

This two-part exhibition will open with a celebration of the HSU Indian Tribal & Educational Personnel Program (ITEPP)’s 50th anniversary. Alumni’s customized graduation sashes, portraits, information, and stories will highlight ITEPP’s key moments and memories, its impact on the lives of its students, and its important presence within the HSU community as a whole. The exhibition’s second half will explore the 1970s-80s fight against the building of a road between Gasquet and Orleans, through traditional ceremonial sites of the Karuk, Yurok, and Tolowa tribes. Gallery displays will honor those who stood up against the destruction of sacred spaces and spiritual traditions, who fought back peacefully with marches, demonstrations, speeches, and tireless pleas. As a whole, this exhibition pays homage to Indigenous peoples’ reclamation of agency, sovereignty, and power, highlighting examples of making and re-making, of fixing the earth. Event Title: Ikyav, Píkyav: Making, Re-Making (Goudi'ni Gallery Exhibit). Organization: ART. Categories: Featured Event, Academic, Alumni, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Contact Person: Brittany Sheldon. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3629. Contact Email: hsugalleries@gmail.com. Saturday, May 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Behavioral & Social Sciences 104 - Native American Arts Goudi'ni Gallery.

Graduation Paddle Option 1

Come celebrate with our family paddle on the Humboldt Bay! This tour will give you the seals-eye view of our local treasures from the Eureka Waterfront to the Woodley Island Marina and beyond. Enjoy this celebratory aquatic expedition and keep an eye out for our local seabirds, marine life, and all the usual cast and characters that call the Humboldt Bay their home! Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 26. Tickets - General $: 32. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, May 19, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Graduation Paddle Option 2

Come celebrate with our family paddle on the Humboldt Bay! This tour will give you the seals-eye view of our local treasures from the Eureka Waterfront to the Woodley Island Marina and beyond. Enjoy this celebratory aquatic expedition and keep an eye out for our local seabirds, marine life, and all the usual cast and characters that call the Humboldt Bay their home! Register by Thursday before the event. Organization: CENTER ACTIVITIES. Tickets - Student $: 26. Tickets - General $: 32. Contact Person: Center Activities. Contact Phone #: 707-826-3357. Contact Email: cntract@humboldt.edu. Categories: Featured Event. Sunday, May 19, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM. Off-campus Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center.

Wildlife Tracking with Phil Johnston

Come and explore the ancient science and art of tracking wildlife with Phil Johnston the first Saturday of the month. Phil will open your eyes to the signs wildlife leaves behind including scat, marks, burrows, herbivory, wallows, and of course tracks! Space is limited so sign up now. Cost $25, $20 members, $15 HSU students and seniors. Meet at the HSU Natural History Museum at 9am. Call 707-826-4479 or go to www.humbold.edu/natmus to register or for more information. . Event Title: Field class. Organization: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM. Categories: Featured Event, Open To The Public, University Activity, Student, Staff, Faculty, Publish to Department Calendar. Tickets - General $: 25. Tickets - Student $: 15. Contact Phone #: (707) 826-4479. Contact Email: natmus@humboldt.edu. Contact Person: Melinda Bailey. Tickets - Senior $: 15. Saturday, June 1, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM. Natural History Museum 101.