Act like a man

Reinforcing negative gender roles by|Domanique Crawford During Women’s History Month, there always seems to be a resurgence of  phrases circulating that hold the theme “act like a man.” These phrases express that woman should work to be more aggressive and

Editorial: Cutting College

The Trump budget rejects low-income students By The Lumberjack Editorial Board The 2018 Trump administration budget is an utter catastrophe for college students. If you thought a 5 percent tuition fee increase was worrisome, well, look out. The cuts to the


By Curran Daly Humboldt State’s spring break just ended. Some Lumberjacks submitted pictures via Instagram to show what they were up to over their #LJspringbreak.

Tips to Get Back Into Study Mode

By Domanique Crawford Monday morning hits and you are dreading rolling out of  bed. The alarm has already gone off twice and you know your days of sleeping in, free afternoons with no  back-to-back hours of homework, and evenings when

Grace Hall, HSU sprinter, running her hardest on her second lap during the women's 800 meter race on Saturday Feb. 18, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Women’s sports working hard through Springbreak

By Curran Daly While school stopped for students over the past week, not everyone was given a break. A few of HSU women’s sports teams had a busy week. Women’s track and field competed at the Hornet Invite in Sacramento.

Sights of San Francisco

By Liam Olson Filled with diversity, delicious food, and beautiful sightseeing, San Francisco is a travel hotspot within the United States. With so many sights to see these are just a few the popular spots around San Francisco.

Jacks Win Streak Snapped by Coyotes

By | Andre Hascall Back to back doubleheaders against Cal State San Bernardino snaps Humboldt Softball’s seven game winning streak. The team had to play in high temperatures in San Bernardino, a harsh difference from Arcata weather. Humboldt Softball is

By | Curran Daly

Recipe: Mac-n-Cheese Hot Dogs

By Curran Daly Co-created by Terra Hyke Ingredients 1 carton pasta shells or macaroni 1 cup – sharp cheddar cheese ½ cup – parmesan or any other cheese 2 tablespoons – butter 2 tablespoons – all-purpose flour 2 cups –

Do you know your rights?

By Geneva Peppars On Feb. 21, the Department of Homeland Security released a memo concerning the executive order “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the U.S” which outlined many policies from the new Trump administration. The policies are meant to

Theatre Arts retrofit postponed – again

By Andrew George Butler The grandaddy of all structures on Humboldt State’s deferred maintenance list will have to wait at least another year before seeing some much needed tender love and care. The Theatre Arts building is set to remain

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

Trump watch (March 15 to March 22)

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, met with President Donald Trump on March 20. Al-Abadi said he received assurances during talks with President Donald Trump and his administration of increasing American support as he presses his country’s campaign against ISIS. Source:

College of the Redwoods Iranian student suing school

By Morgan Brizee Amir Maleki, a 21-year-old College of the Redwoods student, is suing the school after he was unable to join his classes late in the semester. Maleki was unable to join his classes because some of the deans

Uber now available in Arcata

By Onaja Waki The friendly ride sharing app Uber is now available in Arcata giving Humboldt State students and locals the opportunity to sign up as drivers or request rides. With Uber being a fairly new transportation system, news is

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

This week in news (March 15 to March 21)

Local -The Humboldt County Jail gets $20 million grant A $500 million grant was awarded to the state, 20 million will go towards the expansion of the Humboldt County Jail. The new structure is set to have a new parking