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Latest news from Humboldt State University on Newswise
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    Newswise imageAllegations and investigations into interference in the U.S. Presidential election have brought Russian-American relations into the national spotlight in a way unseen since the fall of the Soviet Union 25 years ago.

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    Newswise imageA researcher is pairing linguistics and Native American studies to help revive a culture.

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    Newswise imageIn 1967 Lyndon Johnson was president, a movie ticket cost $1.25, and Humboldt State College students were organizing the campus's first film festival. Half a century later, the festival is the oldest student-run film festival of its kind and even though the tickets have gone up (slightly) in price, it's still one of the best deals going for moviegoers.

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    Humboldt State University is one of the nation's first college campuses to have residence halls dedicated to preventing sexualized violence and supporting survivors and their allies.

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    Humboldt State University's northern California campus is home to the tallest tree on any college campus anywhere in the world. This was confirmed by HSU Forestry Professor and renowned tall tree expert Steve Sillett and his graduate students who have painstakingly measured and mapped the major limbs of this impressive 240 foot Sitka spruce.

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    Humboldt State University has signed on to a statement of support for the principles and targets of the Paris Agreement. The letter is from mayors, governors, university leaders, and businesses from across the country.

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    Scientists always assumed it was a northern flying squirrel gliding through the canopies of Pacific coastal forests.

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    Humboldt State University aims to improve graduation rates and keep family members connected with their new college students and the University experience.

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    The Math and History Behind House Representation

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    Newswise imageHumboldt State University Environmental Studies professor identifies "eco-depression" among her students and adjusts her teaching methods to help students cope with their feelings

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    Humboldt State-based Small Business Development Center Expanding with $1.3 Million Grant

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    Newswise imageA groundbreaking renewable energy project led by Humboldt State University's Schatz Energy Research Center and developed for a federally-recognized tribe won the 2018 Project of the Year Award for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Integration.

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    Designed by the Schatz Energy Research Center at Humboldt State University, the microgrid will generate green electricity, create jobs for local contractors and technicians, and provide an energy lifeline in the event of a natural disaster.

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    Newswise imageIt's a startling and important pair of statistics: 42 percent of California State University students experienced low food security, and 11 percent reported being homeless at some point during the previous year.

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    Newswise imageHow the western blacklegged tick stays alive so long on so few nutrients and essential vitamins is the focus of recent research by Humboldt State University.

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    Stephen Hillenburg ('84, Natural Resources Planning and Interpretation) is best known for making a lighthearted--and significant--contribution to the appreciation of marine life through the creation of the hit animated television series "SpongeBob SquarePants."

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    Newswise imageA new study shows Humboldt Bay to be one of the key sites in the western hemisphere for dozens of species of shorebird including western sandpiper, marbled godwit, and long-billed curlew.

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    Open Source Program Will Help Designers Improve Public Spaces

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    Newswise imageHumboldt State University is on the verge of receiving an 884-acre forest near campus, which will be used for research and field experiences.