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IPCC climate report

Dangers to oceans pointed to in IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report

Get Thrifty

Brainwash Thrift aims to be BIPOC and queer community space

Cleaning Up Our Act

September’s Coastal Clean Up Month – Where it started and how it’s going

HSU’s new Student Activities Center

The old University Center at HSU has been transformed into a three-story Student Activities Center where students are able to relax, study and enjoy each others company. There are a number of amenities that students can enjoy, from new food

Uncomfortable Conversations

White people are scared to talk about whiteness. Trying to have conversations with my family members about race is like pulling teeth. If confronted, they either get mad or do/say something racist and refuse to acknowledge what they just did.

I Hate Cows

Rantings of a Spiteful Vegetarian

Lumberjack sports update

Men and women’s soccer began their season last week with two home games for the women’s team and two away games for the men’s team. The women’s team tied their first match Friday 0-0 against Dominican University. The game went

Welcome back with Oh Snap!

It wasn’t until my third year at HSU that I discovered Oh SNAP! and I wasn’t alone in being so unaware. Oh SNAP! Is a food program on campus for students, by students. Their mission: “to increase access to nutritious

HSU enrollment decline

Humboldt State University has opened its big green doors to the world once more and students are once again flowing through these bright and hallowed halls after an unprecedented hiatus during the onset of COVID-19. However, the number of students

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Starting Somewhere

As I come into my last year here at HSU, I’m debating what almost every senior in college debates; ‘should I get my masters?’ Of course, it’s not because I actually want to continue my education; it’s from the fear

The loss of a frog

Everyone may not understand the value of a pet, especially that of animals other than cats and dogs. Creatures such as fish are often treated as a decoration rather than a living being that deserves care and attention. While the

Fall sports return

Lumberjack athletes look to make their mark on the field, court and course in their first official conference seasons since 2019

Fall 2021 COVID-19 policies

Welcome HSU students, here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 policies on campus.

Climate change takes center stage

Local and federal government officials visit Humboldt County to view direct impact of climate change and to highlight solutions by local tribes and organizations

Friendship is integral to mental health

If there’s one concept children have a stronger grasp on than adults, it’s friendship. Before puberty, when the biggest problems in our lives were a dead Gameboy and the brussels sprouts we’d have to eat for dinner that night, friendship