Voices of Student Science

Students of science talk about what drew them to the area and how the HSU community has affected their leaning experience.

Adventure in aquaponics

By | Charlotte Rutigliano On a warm Friday afternoon, student volunteers help trim eight different varieties of basil leaves for a study headed by undergraduate Fisheries Biology major Bryan Lester. Lester is studying which strain of basil grows the fastest

Jacks Sports

By | Keaundrey Clark Football After a season that saw Humboldt State Football go 6-5, the Jacks have rebounded and are sitting in second place in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference and 4-1 overall. Even with a recent loss to

Show Spirit, Support Awareness

HSU Cheer invites all students/faculty to participate in their Breast Cancer awareness dance at Halftime on the 21st. Practice days the 16th, the 19th and the 20th.

A nuanced way of grading

By | Reza Sadeghzadeh Settling for a lower grade is frustrating when you’re trying to get the grade you want. It’s time to get rid of our old, outdated grading structure! There is a new way of grading that allows

HSU compost goes to landfill

UPDATED: 6:00 p.m. on Oct. 16 More than six weeks worth of compost went to a landfill. That’s after the composting contract HSU had with the Local Worm Guy ended and wasn’t renewed. All compost materials which ends up in