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This week in STEM

The world runs on science, and The Lumberjack brings you some of the top news stories in science every week.

Let the deceased rest in peace

The bodies in the Anatomy Lab on Humboldt State Universities campus are not allowed for the viewing of the public.

Living with PTSD

By | Bryan Donoghue Walking down a street of their hometown, a veteran smells the essence of diesel emitted from a nearby gas station. Their brain remembers it as the same smell from when they were riding into combat. Immediately,

This week in STEM

The world runs on science, at the Lumberjack we’re bringing you the top stories every week.

This week in STEM Oct. 24

The world runs on science, at the Lumberjack we’re bringing you the top stories every week.

Don’t lose your head

By | Bryan Donoghue A concussion doesn’t entirely mean hitting your head hard. Concussions happen often, and there are a multitude of adverse side effects from a concussion that can disable a person biologically. In cases where a concussion needs

This week in STEM Oct. 16

The world runs on science, at the Lumberjack we’re bringing you the top stories every week.

Interdisciplinary innovation

Minerals can be understood with Chemistry, matter and energy needs Physics to explain it, and Geology is necessary to comprehend the physics behind Seismology or the Chemistry behind Mineralogy.

Voices of Student Science

By | Bryan Donoghue

Every science student has a voice, and they have aspirations for the future and appreciation for the present. Students in various scientific fields across campus discuss where they are from, what they’re studying, and their goals for after graduation.

Benefits of being outside

As winter slowly creeps up on us as we continue through the semester, the ability to spend long periods of time outside while enjoying the sun are decreasing. The benefit of being outside right now is a mutually shared sentiment by students, professors, and faculty members.

This week in stem

The world runs on science, at the Lumberjack we’re bringing you the top stories every week.

A Joint a Day Causes Fish to Decay

Water diversion for illegal grow operations has significant environmental impact Fish need water, and so does marijuana, but people may not realize we’re approaching a point where it’s between one or the other. Many illegal grow operations divert water from

Humboldt in bloom

Spring breathes fresh life into Humboldt County. Pollen travels in the wind as bees are looking for flowers to pollinate. Given the diversity of flowers in Humboldt County, it’s safe to assume there will be a large number blooming in