Illustration. | Liam Olson

Review: Time After Time

By | Liam Olson The pilot episode of “Time After Time”, a new show on ABC, is a great introduction to the story of H.G. Wells’ pursuit to stop Jack the Ripper. Filled with lovable and interesting characters along with

The Spring Deal-Breaker: Midterms on the day after break

By | Erin Chessin Earlier this month, HSU students enjoyed a much needed week long spring break, but not everyone was relaxing. While classes may have adjourned for a week, school work continued in motion. Students said they spent the

Humboldt State Students Missing In-N-Out

By | Curran Daly Julia Hunt left for the In-N-Out in Redding, California a little after 8 p.m. one night in September, arriving at the In-N-Out a little before midnight. “My roommates and I were sitting on our couch all

Criminal Justice Dialogue organizers and guest speakers posing for a photo. Photo courtesy of Vanessa Vrtiak.

Criminal Justice Dialogue

By | Iridian Casarez When Vanessa Vrtiak started volunteering at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility, she noticed that the inmates didn’t have many resources needed for success after release. Vrtiak is a graduate sociology student at HSU. Vrtiak coordinated and

HSU Students walk-out of class on March 1st to protest tuition hikes. Photo courtesy of Ryan Cantor.

The Vote is In, Tuition Goes Up

By | Maricela Wexler On March 22, the California State University Board of Trustees voted 11-to-8 to increase student tuition for the 2017-18 academic year by $270 for undergraduates.  There are over 100,000 more students enrolled in the CSU system today

Locals, families, and kids take off at the start of the two mile race in Redwood Park. | Erin Chessin

Slippery slopes at the Arcata Community Forest Run

By | Erin Chessin Runners were lucky enough to experience dry conditions and no weather delays at the Arcata Community Forest Run hosted by the Six Rivers Running Club on March 26. Many competed in either a 2-mile race or