Turner Twins outshine the competition

Twins Tyla and Tyra Turner aim to be the most prolific duo in Humboldt State basketball history on and off the court. To great athletes, the big moment is never too big. For twin point guards Tyla and Tyra Turner,

Women’s basketball rolls over Cal State Monterey Bay

HSU women’s basketball team rolled over the California State University, Monterey Bay Otters 64-42 at the Lumberjack Arena on Feb. 3 The game started off as a low-scoring defensive battle, but the Jacks took control in the second quarter. By

Men’s basketball sweeps Monterey Bay

The men’s basketball team defeated the California State University, Monterey Bay Otters 87-79 on Feb. 3, following their epic 82-75 overtime victory against California State University, East Bay on Feb 1. The Jacks started the Saturday game off hot, as

Local taxicabs welcome Uber challenge

Since its recent availability in Humboldt County, Uber has become an increasingly popular alternative to taking taxis. Although the San Francisco based company may provide some serious competition, the local cab companies don’t seem worried about it yet. William Startare,

Inked Hearts leaves mark

Tattoo artists and enthusiasts looking for a good time flocked to the Blue Lake Casino last weekend for the ninth annual Inked Hearts Tattoo Expo. Hosted by Amy and Ted Marks from NorCal Tattoo in Arcata, the event featured multiple

Art for students’ sake

Humboldt State University must not pull funding and close the Third Street Gallery in Old Town Eureka, which has provided local art to the community for 20 years. As reported in the Lumberjack, by Ahmed Al-Sakkaf on Jan. 16, Humboldt

Man on Street: The McKinley statue

Humboldt State University students were asked a single question regarding a controversy surrounding the Arcata community: the presence of the McKinley statue. The results were rather polarizing: Video by Garrett Goodnight.

Spirits of Kerr Tower

Spirits are people, not ghosts. The Kerr Tower room is the hidden third floor of Founders Hall at Humboldt State University. According to a Feb. 4, 1971 news release, the Kerr family is from Maple Creek in Humboldt County. They