by Jeremiah Finley
by Jeremiah Finley
California’s passing of proposition 22 on Nov. 5 represents a frustrating history of workers’ rights being trampled by the overwhelming influence of greed in politics. This proposition forces app-based workers to be classified as independent contractors, rather than employees. This
Quarantine shelter-in-place offers escape for some and anxiety for others—both are damaging
Businesses capitalize on gender-based price discrimination
Shifting the blame of loneliness from individuals to institutions
Consent is crucial, but some just don’t get it
Wikipedia shows collaboration is crucial for accuracy
Emphasizing equity and integrity in the media February and beyond
HSU administration cannot tell student media what to publish
Millennials and Zoomers may be fed up, but ‘OK Boomer’ is not equivalent to a racial slur.
Humboldt State needs more clean water fill stations.
Katie Hill’s resignation highlights sexual misconduct double standards in politics.
Hold PG&E accountable for its reckless and unprofessional behavior.
Costumes that perpetuate stereotypes of cultures and minorities aren’t funny, they’re problematic.
Our first PSPS was a wakeup call, now it’s time to go into the next blackout more ready than ever.
Marijuana laws are enforced unequally and minority communities bear the brunt of the consequences.
Playing collegiate sports and taking a full-time schedule is the equivalent of having two full-time jobs.
Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump’s abuse of power.
Many companies were outed on social media for funding political advocacy groups.
We all need to be aware of the consequences of our mistakes. And that means owning up to them, too.
Who will be next HSU president?
Our safety lies in the university’s hands, we want to know what’s going on
There is no excuse for the HSU administration to gut KHSU