The evolution of biology 105

Lab lessons elongated, curriculum reordered and software replaced. Why do science classes change so much and who makes these decisions? In a way, you do.

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All journalists go to hell

It’s 9 a.m. outside Gist Hall, the mecca for journalism activities at Humboldt State. All the students that typically fill the hallways are still in bed, unable to be bothered until at least 11 a.m. Meanwhile, the only ones awake

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Lumberjacks of today meet Jacks of the past

Humboldt State University’s track and field team will kick off their season Feb. 17 with the Green & Gold Open, otherwise known as Alumni Weekend. Both cross country and track & field will participate in this intrasquad scrimmage that is

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