Provost speeds up dean’s resignation

“I couldn’t compromise the values of CNRS and my own.” Richard Boone, the former dean of College of Natural Resources and Sciences at Humboldt State, was let go before his resignation came into effect. Earlier this month, Boone formerly announced

Humboldt State now has a mobile app

You now can register for classes on the go without having to wait to get to a computer. With the new Humboldt State mobile app, you can access your student center anywhere. Students can not only register for classes through

International students first few days in the U.S.

As the spring semester approached, Humboldt State University welcomed new foreign exchange students. Archana Nihalani from Pakistan and Gereon Ploenes from Germany are two of the new incoming students. Nihalani came from Hyderabad, a city located in the Sindh province

Proposal to cut Third Street Gallery

Humboldt State University’s Third Street Gallery in Eureka may shut down in an effort to reduce the university’s spending budget. The proposal to close the gallery calls for $55,000 of the gallery’s budget to be reduced. That makes a third

Word on the Street: What students look forward to this semester

Name: Dalvin Jamal-Milton Major: Psychology Standing: Sophomore “One thing that I’m looking forward to is this rugby season. Our rugby team looks pretty good this year, and I think we have some really good chemistry… we have all the means

HSU student Erin Henry found deceased near Westhaven

The 22-year-old missing HSU student Erin Henry was found deceased this morning near Westhaven 12 miles north of Arcata. Henry was reported missing by her roommate on Nov. 30, 2017. A CalTrans worker had found a knee scooter along Highway

Farewell time

* Ahmed Al-Sakkaf works as front desk student assistant for the Center for International Programs The Center for International Programs hosted a farewell party on Saturday for international exchange students who are going back to their home countries. They are

Raising the bar

How you spend your time vs. how faculty thinks you spend your time

Mondays are no longer meatless

No more Meatless Mondays. They will now become Pollo-pescetarian. HSU Residence Hall Association decided last Monday, Oct. 9th by a unanimous vote to incorporate white meat into Monday’s dining services, and add more vegan and vegetarians options throughout the week

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

A new learning experience

No more paying for individual tutoring or hiding away in dark basements. Tutoring is now free for all students. The HSU Learning Center opened its brand new tutoring hub on the ground floor of the library. Su Karl, Learning Center

Students’ J-point money washed away

As the end of last spring semester approached, sophomore Tonita Johnson, 19, had around $600 of leftover J-points on her meal plan. During the last weeks of the semester, Johnson was trying to spend her remaining points by paying for