New coaches, same support system

Failure is not an option for coach Mason Mitchell. He plans on pushing the football program in the right direction with the continuous support of the community and the Humboldt State University student body. “It is more than just being

Women thrive in the Mathematical Contest in Modeling

Seven groups for a total of 20 students from Humboldt State competed in the International Mathematical Contest in Modeling in February. This year’s competition had the largest proportion of female competitors from HSU.

This week in sports

April 25, 1976 – Former San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan is born in Christiansted, United States Virgin Islands. Widely considered to be the greatest power forward of all time, he is a five-time NBA champion, two-time NBA MVP,

Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival

Community members gather to watch the mesmerizing flights of shorebirds dancing on the wind at the Godwit Days Spring Migration Bird Festival. The natural habitat of the North Coast includes the Pacific Flyway. The Pacific Flyway spans the Pacific Coast

Word on the street

HSU Students emerge from hibernation Monday, April 23 was the first actual warm, sunny day in quite some time, and our resident vitamin-D-deprived students utilized the rare sunlight to its fullest extent. With temperatures reaching a high of *GASP* 78

Peace in the Middle East

An interfaith community panel discussion Middle East peace and the role of the U.S. was a panel discussion from three professors from Humboldt State and an Israeli filmmaker. The three professors from HSU were history teacher Leena Dallasheh, and political