ARCATA, Calif. (KIEM) The Student Union at Cal Poly Humboldt has been renamed to honor the Wiyot Tribe, whose native land is where the university is located. The building is now called the Gutswurrak Student Activities Center. Gutswurrak is a Wiyot word meaning ‘many people gather.’ The name change comes following discussions between student leaders on campus and the tribe.
Last Updated: July 15th, 2023
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