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First annual kids plunge

By| Iridian Casarez The Discovery Museum held their First Annual Kids Plunge at Freshwater park. Unlike their annual Perilous Plunge, a fundraiser that’s held in the winter only for adults, this plunge was kid friendly. According to Redwood Discovery Museum

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Welcome to Arcata

By|Ian Benjamin Finnegan Thompson Welcome back students and staff. For those who are new to HSU here are photos of some cool spots in Humboldt County. There’s photos of places to savor the sunset and immerse yourself in nature, photos

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Succulents soothe the soul

By Emily Moore Succulents are an awesome, low maintenance plant that are uniquely adapted to dry climates by storing water in the leaves, roots and stems. This makes them excellent plants for both indoor and outdoor spaces. That said, you

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Recipe: Toad in the Hole

By Liam Olson Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. It helps you get your day going and keeps you not hungry until lunch. However for some college students, it is hard to make breakfast with

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When life is ruff, pet a pup

Dog Therapy to Help Students Relax during Finals Students were able to pet therapy dogs to destress from the stressful workload of finals in the Jolly Giant Commons on April 29. Canyon Student Assistant Elisabeth Torretti and the Canyon staff

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Mental Health Week

The Peer Health Educators are hosting various workshops around HSU campus during Mental Health Week from May 1-5. They’ve finalized all the workshops for the students to enjoy, including yoga lessons, massages and how to make bath bombs. Lizzie Alvarez,

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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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It’s hard to take your eyes off this art

By Sarahi Apaez Sarah Arias, a senior art studio major and business administration minor is in a process of creating a piece for her advanced painting class. Arias has created a series piece of gay lovers eyes. Eyes who belong

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The Shadow Gallery

Opening a video store in 2017 may seem like a joke, but a new video store, Shadow Gallery, opened in Old Town Eureka on April 1. After the recent closing of the Eureka Figueiredo’s and the Arcata Spotlight, it is

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Sexland: Garden of Hedon

By Sarahi Apaez Sexland is a yearly event at HSU hosted by the Peer Health Education Program. On April 22 at the Kate Buchanan Room, the HSU community gathered at the sexual health event. This years theme was Garden of

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Great hall becomes prospective renter center

By Curran Daly Todd Larsen, associate director of Housing and Residence admits there is not enough housing on campus for every student who wants to live on campus. “This year we have a record number of returners and transfers,” Larsen

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Reviews

Food review: Kebab Cafe

By Bryan Donoghue To me, there’s nothing compared to a greeting full of warmth. Whether it be the humid sun of the Mediterranean or the staff of Kebab Cafe, genuine warmth is the type of feeling that makes someone feel

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Home Grown

Grow marijuana from the comfort of your home with the Green Box By Andre Hascall There is a way to grow marijuana easily while keeping costs relatively low. Greenbox Grow is a company that sells the necessary tools for marijuana

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Residence halls cede to weed

By Curran Daly Humboldt County has a reputation for accepting the widespread use of cannabis. While Humboldt State gives a stern warning to students that weed is not allowed in the dorms upon orientation, it is still present. One freshman

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4/20 at HPRC

Article by Juan Herrera Video by Juan Herrera and Chelsea Medlock Right when you enter, the strong aroma of medicinal marijuana hits your nostrils so hard you can almost taste it. Over twelve different strains clog your nose of smelly

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Weed on the street

What do you think legalized weed means? By Charlotte Rutigliano After the passing of Proposition 64 last November, there has been a lot of talk about what it will mean for the legalization of marijuana. We asked some students on

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Cannifest Manifests Happiness

Humboldt County’s Cannifest brought local cannabis culture to Redwood Acres Fairground on April 15 & 16 Reporting by Ali Osgood Photos by Marcos Villarreal and Devyn Session

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$75,000 bong for sale at Humboldt Glassblowers

By Erin Chessin On display and for sale at Humboldt Glassblowers, is a $75,000 bong. You can find psychedelic and intricate glassworks of nearly a hundred local artists at the bong and pipe store located in downtown Arcata. Arthur Ecker

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Free weed means taxed weed

By Curran Daly   Proposition 64 legalized the recreational use of Marijuana by people 21 years of age or older. The passing of Prop 64 also created new taxes to help generate state tax increases. These taxes are meant to

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The green is looking grey

Humboldt County’s cannabis policies are unclear By Ali Osgood Travis Poe is racing against countless others in Humboldt County to build a cannabis business under the recently passed Proposition 64, a bill that legalized marijuana in California. And much like

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Tips from backpack seminar for students

Video by | Andre Hascall Senior Outdoor Adventure Recreation Administration major, Dillon Travis knows a thing or two about backpacking. He works with Center Activities at HSU, and on April 4th he ran a backpacking seminar in the Rec and

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Reviews

“13 Reasons Why” review

By Liam Olson The first two episodes of “13 Reasons Why”, “Tape 1, Sides A and B” are a strong and well done start to the story of high schooler Hannah Baker. What makes this show so great is the

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