HSU Students Gather Somberly After Yesterday’s Election
Today, students gathered at the Humboldt State University Center Quad. [All photos by Oliver Cory]
Over 100 students gathered on the quad at Humboldt State University today. Microphones and speakers were set up so that those interested could step forward and talk. Initially, the mood was a little raucous but students quieted down and discussed everything from the political climate to the rising cost of tuition.
Kelly Karaba, an environmental management and protection major, addressed the crowd.
A student sported a Bernie Sanders pin on his backpack.
Marlon Sherman, a Native American Studies professor, used a boxing analogy to tell the crowd that they needed to be strategic. He said that if they just start swinging violently, there won’t be any progress.