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Junior environmental science major Andie White, works out at the Student Recreation Center while wearing athletic clothing in her favorite color, blue. | Alexandria Hasenstab

Getting swol in style

HSU students sport fashionable workout gear By | Alexandria Hasenstab Humboldt State is not known as one of the most fashion-forward universities out there. However, if you’re looking for current fashion trends around campus, you might want to check out

A “Taboo” to talk about

By | Liam Olson First impressions are important when it comes to a new television series. “Taboo” is a new program produced by FX and BBC One that gives a great first impressions in their first episode, “Shovels and Keys.”

The Lighthouse Grill: a review

The Lighthouse Grill By: Bryan Donoghue If you find yourself getting hungry after a long day of wandering through Trinidad and are looking for something that hits the spot, consider setting your sights on The Lighthouse Grill. The Lighthouse Grill’s

Who Knew? at HSU: HSU Marine Laboratory

In this installment of Who Knew at HSU, we take an inside look at the Humboldt State University Marine Laboratory in Trinidad, Calif.  The lab is used for research in marine biology, fisheries and wildlife. It is also open for

Q&A with Metalachi

By | Carlos Olloqui Plastic beer cups flying across the venue, mosh-pits and headbanging throughout the crowd, stale cigarette smoke lingering in the air — and on stage was Metalachi. On Wednesday night, Jan. 25, Metalachi took the stage at

The textbook hustle

Saving money on pricey textbooks By: Domanique Crawford The study, “Student Watch: Attitudes and Behaviors toward Course Materials: 2015-2016 Report,” reports that campus stores remain the top source for course materials purchases, with 80 percent of students in the fall

Making a New Year’s Eve resolution

By Domanique Crawford This sounds familiar, right? You wake up and smell the fresh air. It’s a new day, a new year, and there’s definitely going to be a new you. You whip out a pen and paper to jot

Q&A with fencing master Antone Blair

By: Andrew Butler Q: Where did you get your start in fencing? A: I joined a college club at Beloit college in Wisconsin. I started it as a hobby; I had no intention of making a career out of it.

Word on the street

Photos & Story by: Alex Hasenstab Going home for the holidays is a nice break after a long semester. There is no school, we get time off and we get to be around our families. Still, as nice as it

A good start to “A Series of Unfortunate Events”

By: Liam Olson “A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Bad Beginning: Parts 1 and 2” are definitely a good start to the new Netflix series. From the wide variety of different characters to the beautiful sets of these episodes, “The

High school friendships can change and that’s okay

By Ashley Groze It seems when I was in high school I never did find my place. Of course I had tons of “friends” whom I would see on campus or at games that I would say hey to. But

A taste of Bim – Review

By: Bryan Donoghue Picture yourself reclined in a lounge chair on a beach in Barbados. Directly above you, coconut trees lightly sway in the wind, as the sun breaches between leaves and streams of light shine through. Many can imagine