Responding to Tragedy 

HSU pushed through grief to bring order to chaos after bus crash

The high school students, nearly 100 of them, gathered before dawn on April 10 at Los Angeles' Union Station. Arthur Arzola, the smiling 26-year-old admissions counselor who personally recruited most of the students to attend Humboldt State University's two-day Spring Preview event,…

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