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Breaking Boundaries

By Bryan Donoghue A professor develops expertise in their area of study after years of building their intelligence. A martial arts instructor culminates themselves into a master of their craft. There are three professors on campus who instruct in the classroom

Calling HSU Home

By Skye Hopkins When it came to continuing his football career, Humboldt State was not Jamere Austin’s first choice. But now that he is here, his positive mindset is helping him make the best of it. As a new HSU

Hair Extensions at your Convenience!

By Onaja Waki In town, there aren’t really any big beauty supply warehouses like in Los Angeles or the Bay Area, where people can go to purchase hair extensions to style their hair. However, cosmetologist and owner of Lash Out lash

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By Keaundrey Clark   Softball No. 9 Humboldt State softball split Saturday’s Senior Day doubleheader versus No. 3 Cal State Monterey Bay and punched its ticket to the California Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament. The Lumberjacks matched their best run-scoring total

NBA MVP

By Danny Dunn The 2016-2017 NBA regular season has been full of interesting storylines. Everything from players getting more and more rest time to the “Shaqtin A Fool” beef between Shaquille O’Neal and JaVale McGee. Currently, one story stands above

NFL Draft Review

By Danny Dunn   The NFL draft results are in, which means it is time to start evaluating each pick in the draft before they have played a single down for their team. It is impossible to know for sure

LumberJack Elite

By Andre Hascall There are many noteworthy student athletes at Humboldt State University. This week we highlight track star and future graduate student, Alyssabeth DeJerez. A fourth year Psychology Major on her way to graduate from Humboldt State, and continue

NBA Playoffs

By Danny Dunn The 2017 NBA playoffs tip off with history on the line, as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors look to be the first teams ever to meet in the finals three years in a row. The

HSU Pitcher Madison Williams, threw a no-hitter Monday versus Cal State East Bay | HSU Website

Jacks Pass

By Jacks Pass Softball – Humboldt State Softball Is in the Top 5 of the Division II National Fastpitch Softball Rankings. Sitting in third place of the California Collegiate Athletic Association. The Jacks split day two’s doubleheader with Sonoma State

Border Battle 2017 – “Chumboldt” Versus Oregon

By Andre Hascall Oregon and California clash at Humboldt State University. It is called the Border Battle due to the participating schools from Humboldt, Chico, Southern Oregon and Oregon Tech. Humboldt State and CSU Chico teamed up to represent California,

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Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark No.1 HSU Softball Splits  first 2 games of 4 game Series with No.13 Chico State   No.1 Humboldt State Softball returned home for a four game series against No.13 Chico State. Postponed earlier in the season due

Defunding women’s rights

  By|Domanique Crawford Don’t spit on my cupcake and call it frosting, don’t urinate on my leg and tell me it’s raining, and don’t make laws restricting my access to healthcare and claim it’s to protect my taxpayer money. On

A letter to the non-racist people

by Alexandria Hasenstab Congratulations on not being racist! We know resisting your natural instinct to be racist is no easy task. You deserve to be acknowledged for all the non-racist things you do. Do like Drake, Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar? Everyone

Softball Field Inaccessible

By Danny Dunn One of the greatest aspects of playing sports is the ability to play in front of a home crowd. Unfortunately, Humboldt State’s top rated softball team has not been able to play a single game this season

Raider Nation Finds New Home

By Juan Herrera Party! Party! Party! that’s all I see in the new Las Vegas Raiders future as a professional football team. Early morning on March 27 the National Football League passed a vote moving the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas,

13 Jacks qualify to two prestigious Division I track meets

By Erin Chessin Track and field coaches Sarah Ingram and Scott Pesch were frustrated to find that very few of the athletes they entered into two Division I track meets made it. They entered  a total of 13 HSU athletes

Humboldt Chainsaw Massacre

By Danny Dunn   ‘The Humboldt Chainsaw Massacre’ is what new Humboldt State football defensive coordinator, Barry Sacks, calls the team’s new defensive system. “There are 11 links on the chain, and you have to earn each link,” Sacks said.

Grace Hall, HSU sprinter, running her hardest on her second lap during the women's 800 meter race on Saturday Feb. 18, 2017. | Juan Herrera

Green and Gold Open Kicks Off Track Season

By Keaundrey Clark Humboldt State’s track and field began the 2017 season with the annual Green and Gold Open Saturday at the Redwood Bowl. The intrasquad scrimmage, which hosts visitors from College of the Redwoods and local participants, gave the

Winning in Intramurals takes friends

By Curran Daly If you grew up playing sports then you might find it difficult to give them up once you start college. Intramural sports offer a way to keep playing sports and meet new people. Logan Ashdale, a junior

Freshmen Tyler Green getting ready to go up for his lay up against Cal State LA in the Jack's Arena. Green ended the game with 5 points that day. | Juan Herrera

Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark Jacks Pass Men’s Basketball Humboldt State men’s basketball team saw its three-game winning streak snapped this past weekend as they lost 88-67 to UC San Diego Saturday Night. Sophomore Nikhil Lizotte led the Jacks in scoring. He

Humboldt State Football Recruiting

By Danny Dunn Humboldt State’s head football Coach Rob Smith understands that there is a stigma that comes with recruiting at Humboldt. “We address the marijuana reputation head on and say yes that element exists here, but we think it

NBA Trade Deadline

By Danny Dunn With All-Star weekend in the rearview mirror, NBA teams can now focus on the trade deadline. Unlike other sports, a decent amount of trades actually get made in the NBA. There have already been several trades throughout