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Recyclemania hits HSU

By Molly Gilmore Humboldt State is participating in a 2-month-long waste diversion competition against hundreds of other eco-conscious schools across the US and Canada. The goal of the competition is to see who can not only reduce the most waste

Deadly mussels in Humboldt County

Paralytic shellfish poisoning causes a quarantine of locally harvested mussels By Alexandria Hasenstab Eating only four locally harvested mussels in Humboldt County could be fatal. On Feb. 14, the Yurok Tribe’s Facebook page released a warning about consuming mussels that read,

Birding at the marsh may cure those mid-term blues

By Ali Osgood Right now you’re probably enduring the long, drawn-out end to a wet Humboldt winter. You’ve been cooped up inside for months and you’re almost certain that you are on the verge of a psychotic break. Midterms are

Letters from Pelican Bay

By| Tania Mejia As a senior currently applying for graduate school, I have been putting a lot of thought into the future and what is to come. I have spent the past four years studying communication and social advocacy, with

Editorial: Testing the Toke’

The problem with cannabis drug tests By | The Lumberjack Editorial Staff  Cannabinoids have no business being screened for on drug tests when applying for a job until current drug testing practices are able to accurately detect cannabis usage and

Photo by | Ali Osgood

Check It Celebrates its Three Year Anniversary

By | Ali Osgood Check It celebrated its three year anniversary on Friday night. A group of students with the African American Center for Academic Excellence (AACAE) belt out TLC’s “No Scrubs” while the crowd sang along . The stage

This Week in Entertainment

By | Liam Olson Movies and Television Oscar’s Best Picture Mix Up During the 89th Academy Awards, there was a mix up for the Best Picture winner. It was falsely announced that “La La Land” won Best Picture; in actuality,

Jack’s Pass (Feb. 22 to Feb. 28)

By | Keaundrey Clark Men’s Basketball Humboldt State men’s basketball closed out the regular season with a home loss, 88-74, to San Francisco State.  Freshman Tyler Green had a career-high 28-points. Green finished the game with eight treys, two shy

Left to Right: Miki Fukasawa, Christian Clouthier, Shinya Arai all three members of the Humboldt State Intramural Baseball team. Photo | Danny Dunn

Dreams of American baseball

By | Danny Dunn Miki Fukasawa’s journeyed from Sagamihara City, Japan, to Arcata, Calif. in his pursuit of playing baseball in America. “My lifelong dream was to play baseball in America and now I am,” Fukasawa said. Fukasawa is a

Freshmen Tyler Green getting ready to go up for his lay up against Cal State LA in the Jack's Arena. Green ended the game with 5 points that day. | Juan Herrera

Humboldt State loses, but makes CCAA tournament

Humboldt State’s loss to San Francisco State Saturday didn’t knock them out of the California Collegiate Athletic Association [CCAA] Men’s Basketball Tournament. Humboldt was the last team to guarantee their spot as the eighth and final seed in the tournament.

The Humboldt State Hogs Men's Lacrosse team holding up their sticks as they break away from a timeout. Men’s Lacrosse ended up losing 13-3 against Sierra Nevada College at Humboldt States College Creek events field on Saturday Feb. 25, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Humboldt Hogs ready for redemption

By | Andre Hascall Men’s lacrosse player Shane Hayes played one of his best games so far, being awarded with Humboldt’s player of the game sledgehammer on Feb.25. Despite losing 13-3 to  Sierra Nevada College at their home field, Humboldt