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Toketee Falls is a short hike with tall cascades. | Photo by Scott McCrary
Life & Arts

Don’t Trip, Just Hit the Road

How to Navigate a Budget Oregon Road Trip By Kelly Bessem “On a roadtrip? Things rarely go as planned, but that’s part of the adventure,” said Sean Sesanto, a senior Humboldt State University student from Santa Cruz, Calif. Stormy roads

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Environmental engineering senior, Derek Roelle, gears up to walk a quarter mile down the snowy road to the open slopes. | Photo by Ryan Wiegman
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Skis Get Degrees

By Ali Osgood It’s been a record high year for rain and snow according to N.O.A.A., so to escape the wet coast, students head for the snowy mountains to get their adrenaline fix.

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Sharrod Richard, also known as DJ Tana Glo, speaking to his listeners. Photo by Liam Olson
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KRFH DJ Tana Glo on the Rise

By | Onaja Waki Sharrod Richard won Best Music Show Award for the fall semester of 2016 from RadioFlag’s Radio Star Awards. In the spring of 2015 he was also awarded Golden Voice  and Best Safe Harbor Show from KRFH.

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Photo by | Ali Osgood
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Check It Celebrates its Three Year Anniversary

By | Ali Osgood Check It celebrated its three year anniversary on Friday night. A group of students with the African American Center for Academic Excellence (AACAE) belt out TLC’s “No Scrubs” while the crowd sang along . The stage

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This Week in Entertainment

By | Liam Olson Movies and Television Oscar’s Best Picture Mix Up During the 89th Academy Awards, there was a mix up for the Best Picture winner. It was falsely announced that “La La Land” won Best Picture; in actuality,

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Queer Student Union vogues the night away

Humboldt’s QSU hosts a ball and cabaret paying homage to the transgender community. By | Alexandria Hasenstab A person wearing a grey fitted suit complete with a bowtie and five inch heels steps onto the runway. With their hair slicked back

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“Legion” review

By | Liam Olson “Legion”, “Chapter 1” brilliantly introduces audiences to the world and mind of David Haller, one of the most powerful mutants in existence. With interesting and in depth characters, great acting to bring these characters to life,

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Word on the Street: Pokemon GO

Why do you think Pokemon GO is losing popularity? By Domanique Crawford Kairos Pacheco, Ecological restoration- “I already realize that when I am texting on my phone I am zoned in and not paying attention to the world around me.

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Zac Shank wields his pillow weapon above his head moving toward a fellow pillow fighter. Photo by | Curran Daly
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Valentine’s pillow fight takes over the Plaza

A Facebook event, filled the Arcata Plaza with people looking to have fun on Valentine’s day. By | Curran Daly A pillow fight erupted in the Arcata Plaza. The fight attracted people of all ages. At around 4 p.m. on

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Check out the Mr. Humboldt Pageant

Video by | Race Blackwell Humboldt’s 4th annual Mr. Humboldt Pageant was held at the Arcata Theater Lounge on February 11, 2017. Mr. King of Outer Space lost the popular vote, but won the electoral college.

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Word on the Street: Valentine’s Day

By | Liam Olson Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to show your significant other how much you love them. You can get them chocolates, watch their favorite movie, or make them a nice dinner. However, there are some people

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Announcing the 89th Academy Awards

The nominees for the 89th Academy Awards have been released. There are nine titles nominated for the Best Picture category. The Best Picture nominees are strong this year, including “Hacksaw Ridge”, a movie about a WWII US army medic, and

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Joe Elliot, from Tattoo Joe's in Vacaville, California working on a client's thigh piece. Photo by Carlos Olloqui.
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 Inked Hearts 8th Annual Tattoo Expo

By|Carlos Olloqui The hum of tattoo guns buzzing in unison, human canvases waiting to get ink, and tattoo lovers browsing through binders full of artwork. Add stale casino smoke to that and you have a tattoo expo. The eighth annual

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Albert Bernales in the studio to record a Bread Talk.
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Q&A with “Bread Talk’s” Sandwich Kid

By|Bryan Donoghue Sandwiched between school and life, Albert Bernales makes time to record podcast’s on his talk show called “Bread Talk”. Topics range anywhere from  food to money, encompassing the word “bread”. Before the interview, Bernales, the host of Bread

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A review on “Tickled”

When I first read about “Tickled” on a random online movie list, it sounded so unusual that I knew I had to see it. What I didn’t know when I bought my tickets at the Richard’s Goat Tavern’s Miniplex was

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Who Knew? At HSU: OhSnap!

In this installment of Who Knew? At HSU, we take a look at OhSnap!. This program offers free food and cooking classes to students as well as other services. Find out about all the hidden gems Humboldt State has offer

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Jacked up

Losing Headphones and the Headphone Jack By | Liam Olson Headphones are an essential for every college student, and it is the worst when you lose them. Without them, you would not be able to listen to music while doing

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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
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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

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