Graphic | Kelly Bessem

The Map of Naps

The Best Places to Grab a Nap on Campus By | Domanique Crawford The morning arose with a dullness that had you wanting to fall back into the warmth of your bed and wishing for a couple of more hours

Check it! Anniversary party

By | Ali Osgood The highly successful student created program about preventing and responding to sexual assault at Humboldt State University celebrates it’s third year.

HSU peace pole re-dedicated in memory of former AS president

By Morgan Brizee The peace pole that sits in front of the HSU Student Health Center has a strong history. Alistair McCrone, retired HSU president, placed the pole in memory of Al Elpusan who was a past HSU Associated Students

Winning in Intramurals takes friends

By Curran Daly If you grew up playing sports then you might find it difficult to give them up once you start college. Intramural sports offer a way to keep playing sports and meet new people. Logan Ashdale, a junior

Freshmen Tyler Green getting ready to go up for his lay up against Cal State LA in the Jack's Arena. Green ended the game with 5 points that day. | Juan Herrera

Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark Jacks Pass Men’s Basketball Humboldt State men’s basketball team saw its three-game winning streak snapped this past weekend as they lost 88-67 to UC San Diego Saturday Night. Sophomore Nikhil Lizotte led the Jacks in scoring. He

Humboldt State Football Recruiting

By Danny Dunn Humboldt State’s head football Coach Rob Smith understands that there is a stigma that comes with recruiting at Humboldt. “We address the marijuana reputation head on and say yes that element exists here, but we think it

NBA Trade Deadline

By Danny Dunn With All-Star weekend in the rearview mirror, NBA teams can now focus on the trade deadline. Unlike other sports, a decent amount of trades actually get made in the NBA. There have already been several trades throughout

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

This week in news (Feb. 15 to Feb. 22)

By | Iridian Casarez Local Arcata looks at rising sea levels -The Arcata city council strategized a future plan for when rising sea levels take the low-lying side of Arcata.  Arcata will protect and accommodate the encroaching waters where necessary.

HSU students react to new abortion law passed in Arkansas

By Erin Chessin A new Arkansas law will allow the father of a pregnant woman’s child to sue her if she gets an abortion. There are no exceptions that prevent the father from suing, even in instances of rape and incest.

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

Trump watch (Feb. 15 to Feb. 21)

By | Iridian Casarez According to the Washington Post, President Trump made comments about Sweden in a rally in Melbourne, Florida on Saturday, Feb. 18. “You look at what’s happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this?” Trump

Tuition increase could be stopped by new bill

By Morgan Brizee On Feb. 21 California Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva held a press conference at Sacramento State University’s campus library to talk about a new bill that she has written. Silva is the assemblywoman for the 65 th District of

Housing sees more open beds

By Charlotte Rutigliano Because enrollment decreased this past term, less students struggled to find openings in campus housing. Senior psychology major Victor Perez was able to change dorms from the campus apartments to the College Creek complex because there was

KHSU must find a new temporary home

By Geneva Peppars Local radio station KHSU is set to temporarily relocate from its broadcasting station in the Theatre Arts Building. The building is undergoing construction to make sure it is fit to stand an earthquake. A staggering $7.6 million

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

Trump Watch (Feb. 8 to Feb. 13)

By | Iridian Casarez Virginia Federal District Court Judge Leonie Brinkema issued a preliminary injunction against President Trump’s executive order on immigration on Monday, Feb. 13. The injunctions were issued based on the fact that it discriminates against Muslims, according to

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

This week in News (Feb. 9 to Feb. 14)

By | Iridian Casarez Local El Pueblo Market caught fire -El Pueblo Market located on Broadway Street in Eureka burned down in flames Feb. 8 according to the Eureka Times Standard. U.S. District court judge rules in favor of salmon

International Education Week at HSU

Free food, films, and lectures from professors working internationally. By Morgan Brizee International Education Week is back at HSU. During International Education Week students, staff, and the community can listen to speakers address what is going on around the world

HSU looks at the big picture for enrollment

By Charlotte Rutigliano The days of generalizations may be in the university’s rear view as various department’s throughout Humboldt State aim to start writing personalized letters to prospective students due to a drop in enrollment this past term. This is

Planned Parenthood supporters gather outside Humboldt County Courthouse

By | Ali Osgood Hundreds of people rally on the steps of the Humboldt County Superior Courthouse on Saturday afternoon to support Planned Parenthood. Women, men, children and dogs clutch signs with Planned Parenthood logos and personal statements as they

Plunging into the Humboldt Bay

By Iridian Casarez Participants line up to plunge into the icy cold waters of the Humboldt Bay for the children’s Discovery Museum. The Discovery Museum in Eureka held its 16th annual Perilous Plunge fundraiser Saturday February 11. The Perilous Plunge

Uproar over shiny new floor

Music department’s Fulkerson Recital Hall gets new floor By Sarahi Apaez The glare from the new floor in Fulkerson Recital Hall makes it hard for music students to read their music. The glossy plywood covering the stage alters the light and

Mellow out with meditation

By  Morgan Brizee Learn to de-stress with the One Breath meditation group class A long light grey table split the Recreation and Wellness Center room in half. Students and a staff member were on one side and the facilitator on