Let’s talk about gender pronouns

The transgender community has more important things to worry about than correcting common misconceptions about their personal identity. Violent hate crimes and discrimination in healthcare and employment are just a few examples of the problems transgender people face. If you

California Cap and Trade: Climate Problems Solved?

By | Ciara Emery As hundreds of bills sit on Governor Jerry Brown’s Desk for signature at the end of this legislative session, a cap and trade extension prevails as a win…for some. A ten-year extension to California’s landmark carbon

A new learning experience

No more paying for individual tutoring or hiding away in dark basements. Tutoring is now free for all students. The HSU Learning Center opened its brand new tutoring hub on the ground floor of the library. Su Karl, Learning Center

New year, new resources

By | Charlotte Rutigliano As the semester began, the new Dean of the College of Professional Studies (CPS), Manohar Singh, set out to form new resources to help incoming students to HSU feel more at home. “I want students to

This week in stem

The world runs on science, at the Lumberjack we’re bringing you the top stories every week.

Diversity and inclusion through STEM

Humboldt State University was one of 24 institutions nationwide to be selected for a $1 million STEM grant by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The grant is part of HHMI’s program, Inclusive Excellence, which is designed to cultivate inclusion and