Students survive COVID-19 by cooking for themselves and avoiding college cafeteria
Changing your hair to change your life
COVID-19 is not an excuse to stop sweating.
Awaiting approval from President Jackson, the food sovereignty lab is the first of its kind
The first commercially-approved seaweed farm in California will be on the map.
Dr. Teresa Frankovich resigns after 8 months
Students and faculty voice discontent with treatment of Aquatic Center
For better or worse, Big Sean is likely gone for good.
An inside look at how Humboldt State students’ are staying busy with pandemic hobbies.
Humboldt State demands double masking on campus, does more layers equal more protection?
Ethnic Studies will thankfully become mandatory for all California State University students – as it should be.
How fire suppression is a mixed bag in Humboldt County Every fire season, blankets of smoke roll over Humboldt County. Here on the coast, that’s as close to wildfires as some of us get. But our practice of fire suppression
Incidents of racism from the former UPD Chief, past examples of excessive force from current officers and a shrinking university budget.
Students come forth after witnessing and experiencing racial typecasting within Humboldt State’s Theater Department.
HSU graduates attempt to navigate a world turned upside-down by COVID-19 In May, Humboldt State University graduated hundreds of students, as it does every year. Unlike past years, graduates didn’t get to shake hands with their respective dean and receive
The long awaited return of God’s son, Nas.
A tense emergency Board of Directors reveals conflict between faculty and Administration.
Kris Nagel captures chaotic social demonstrations with photojournalist and professor Mark Mckenna
Humboldt State University taking necessary first step by requiring students and faculty to wear face coverings on campus.
Humboldt State University reopens campus and student housing for new incoming students.
Students stay home this semester with concerns of health and quality of education.
Associated Students leaves student body devastated after significant reductions in cultural center’s budget.
The Heart Bead store and corner of Cafe Brio hit with racist graffiti
Unprecedented times are met with normalized behavior, HSU puts students and community members at higher risk after reopening campus and student housing.
Protestors injured by non-lethal weapons in Eureka following protests against police brutality.
The hip-hop community rallies behind the Black Lives Matter Movement
Wearing a mask correctly shouldn’t be a hassle or the worst part of your day.
With President Jackson and Dr. Frankovich at opposite ends of agreement on in person classes, students caught in the middle feel COVID-19 is inevitable.
HSU Freshman’s experience catching coronavirus.