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Burning State

By | Michelle N. Meyers A thick, grey haze blankets the state of California. People everywhere are being evacuated from their homes, while thousands of wildfires burn across hundreds of thousands of acres of land. Firefighters and emergency personnel from

Voices of student science

Students in various scientific fields across campus discuss their goals, current situations, and words of advice for future students.

Check It volunteering

Take action with Check it by volunteering during volunteer hours to continue to help make our community safe.

Fresh food for free

By | Iridian Casarez A long line crowded the Recreation and Wellness Center Wednesday morning as Oh Snap started prepping for their free farmstand. Katrina Smith, a graduate student in Wildlife waited in line for her fresh produce. “It’s nice

Josiah’s legacy

By Reza Sadeghzadeh and Curran C. Daly The Arcata Police Department is still investigating the homicide of Josiah Lawson, five months after his death. Charmaine Lawson, Josiah’s mom, has remained an ever constant presence in Humboldt County while living 14

This Week In STEM Sept. 14

The world runs on science, and The Lumberjack brings you top stories every week.

This week in news

By | Charlotte Rutigliano World: Pope Francis urged the United States and North Korea on Saturday to defuse their increasingly tense standoff and avert a potentially horrific conflict. (New York Times Update – 4/29/2017)   Nation: A federal judge on

This semester in news

By | Curran Daly Spring term began on January 17. Since the first Lumberjack issue of the semester, we have covered a wide range of topics within HSU and the local community. Here is a look at some of the

Travel Delays traveling to and from Humboldt

By | Andre Hascall It’s common knowledge that traveling outside of Humboldt county is a long trip. Plenty of students are getting ready to scurry down south to begin summer vacation, while families and friends of Humboldt State University graduates