Amy Scarpignato (‘11, M.S. Wildlife) is part conservationist and part investigator for the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center and Georgetown University in Washington D.C.
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In 2007, Marguerite Hogan told herself that one day, she would expand a scholarship program that her family had created in memory of her brother Braden (‘05, Wildlife).
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Welcome to Hatchet House Throwing Club, one of the latest businesses to join the Alumni Owned Business Directory! Hatchet House, owned by Michael and Lauren Fisher (‘10, MBA and ‘10, Elementary Education respectively), is a fun way to release your inner Lumberjack and is Humboldt County’s only indoor axe throwing venue.
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Are you an alumna or alumnus who owns a business? Join our Alumni Owned Business Directory! Fill out our form to be included in the directory.
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Take the Humboldt Quiz
How much do you know about Humboldt State? You could win great Humboldt prizes! Just click the answer button to respond. Those sending correct responses to this month's question will be entered in a drawing for Forever Humboldt gifts.
Humboldt State University has had many names since it began in 1913. Which of the following names was NOT one of them?
A) California State University, Humboldt
B) Humboldt State Teachers College and Junior College
C) Normal School of Humboldt
D) Humboldt State College
Last month’s quiz asked, “While serving as a U.S. Fish & Game Warden Terry Grosz ('64 & '66, Wildlife) once caught people fishing illegally by doing what?” Congratulations to Karen Jamgochian (‘14, Environmental Resources Engineering) for submitting the correct answer and winning the drawing. Answer: Waiting in the river at night pretending to be a salmon being reeled in.
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