Tunnel of Oppression demonstrates discrimination

While Black History Month is in full swing, students who found themselves in Nelson Hall on Feb.15 discovered something a little different. The Tunnel of Oppression was a demonstration put on by Housing & Residence Life. The tunnel consisted of

HSU softball splits series against UC San Diego

Softball stays undefeated on Saturdays. Danica Grier sent a pitch into shallow center field that allowed Illa Haley to round third base and slide home for the game-winning run in extra innings for the first of two wins against University

Career & Volunteer Expo offers job opportunities

The West Gym at Humboldt State held the annual Career & Volunteer Expo on Feb. 15. Employers’ tables were placed systematically in rows, a photographer took free headshots for prospective employees and there was a designated table for students to

Johnston brothers present at Conservation Lecture Series

“I’ve always been inspired by biodiversity and animals,” Humboldt State senior Jon Johnston said. “Though I’m inspired mostly by the local people.” The Sequoia Park Zoo hosted brothers Phil and Jon Johnston on Feb. 14 to give a two-part presentation