Run, Serve, Lead comes to McKinleyville

Tamara McFarland of the North Coast Peoples Alliance and Arcata city Council Member and Vice-Mayor, Sofia Pereira came by the KHSU Magazine to talk about the upcoming “Run, Serve, Lead” seminar taking place on Friday, Sept. 22, at the Grace Good Shepherd Church in McKinleyville from 6 to 8 p.m.

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"If you have confidence in your self and your worth in the community, you will succeed." Dr. Manohar Singh is the new Dean of the College of Professional Studies at HSU. He is coming to Humboldt state from Penn State University (Abington) where he served as the Professor of Finance and Head of the Division of Social Sciences and Business. Dr. Singh has also taught in India, Australia, and Singapore and brings with him a background in scholarly research in finance, macroeconomics, management strategy, corporate social responsibility and gender equity in corporate America. 


Through The Eyes of Women: Harnessing Intuition

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Can tapping into your intuition change your life? How do we unlock creativity and embrace our full potential? For most of us, it’s easier said than done. Jill Willard says that we all can tap into our intuition in a way that can empower us to be more creative, fulfilled, and reach our potential.


Run, Serve, Lead comes to McKinleyville

Sep 18, 2017

Tamara McFarland of the North Coast Peoples Alliance and Arcata city Council Member and Vice-Mayor, Sofia Pereira came by the KHSU Magazine to talk about the upcoming “Run, Serve, Lead” seminar taking place on  Friday, Sept. 22, at the Grace Good Shepherd Church in McKinleyville from 6 to 8 p.m.

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On the Spot, Arcata's best/only improvisational comedy troupe readies itself for another season at the Arcata Theater Lounge. 

Through a series of games, On The Spot creates fresh, small-batch jokes live on stage based on audience cues.

The first show of On The Spot's season 2 is Friday, September 29th at the Arcata Theater Lounge (tickets).

The shows are kid-friendly in terms of both content and bedtimes: doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:00.


Geologist Lori Dengler discusses notification systems for hazards and emergencies...

Beyond television and radio, alerts can be sent to you via phone or email. Dr. Dengler encourages signing up to be notified!


Chronologically Gifted: Doc Stull on Creativity

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Co-host Ann Diver-Stamnes said that the joy of talking with Dr. Dick Stull is what can happen within the space of 60 seconds:  "One of the reasons I love talking to you, Dick, is that this conversation just went from Miles Davis to Moby Dick to Goethe."  

A black woman and a white woman meet at a racism training class in Humboldt County and they question the presentation. “We were prompted by Josiah Lawson’s tragic murder,” says Zera Starchild about creating an alternative to what they had experienced at the workshop. Jill Larrabee and Starchild designed a discussion titled the Heart of the Matter: Authentic Conversation on Racism which is taking place on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside.


A quarter-acre fire is burning in the community forest behind Humboldt State University. Arcata Fire and CalFire are responding and the fire is controlled. The Lumberjack is following the story

FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has been very busy this year. Lori Dengler discusses disaster declarations and some of the financial considerations for recovery following a catastrophic event.


We have the best of intentions. We do. We can declare our love. We can promise to always be there. Sometimes we might even promise to always do the dishes when our partner cooks. And of course, we mean it when we say it.

But are you willing to back that up in writing, partner?


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In Chicago, more than anywhere else in the country, shooters are more likely to be young people. WBEZ's Patrick Smith talked with two young men from Chicago about what drew them into gangs and their struggles to move away from both guns and the culture of violence.

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A drug company and a native tribe in upstate New York have struck a deal. They will use the tribe's sovereign status to enhance the patent protection for the drug company's products. Critics say it's a work-around of patent law, but the tribe sees it as just monetizing a resource they are entitled to: their sovereign status.

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