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Opinion

Where’s our legal protection?

By | Reza Sadeghzadeh There is a health center on campus for students, but there is no place on campus for students to go to when they have a legal issue. So many students have to deal with greedy landlords,

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Editorial

Drink smart

If we’re going out for drinks, we need to follow some rules for our own good. All work and no play makes a Lumberjack dull. Okay, that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but the truth is many people want

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Get your facts straight

By | Matthew Hable You, the reader, have a moral responsibility to verify the truth when it comes to news. Fake news is everywhere and much of it has to do with the fact that the average person can be

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Let’s talk about gender pronouns

The transgender community has more important things to worry about than correcting common misconceptions about their personal identity. Violent hate crimes and discrimination in healthcare and employment are just a few examples of the problems transgender people face. If you

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California Cap and Trade: Climate Problems Solved?

By | Ciara Emery As hundreds of bills sit on Governor Jerry Brown’s Desk for signature at the end of this legislative session, a cap and trade extension prevails as a win…for some. A ten-year extension to California’s landmark carbon

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Not going down without a fight!

I hope that this letter reaches all of my former Humboldt State teammates, former Jacks that have worn the Green and Gold and all of the Lumberjack supporters out there. I will be sending this letter on to Dr. Lisa

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Editorial

Don’t be a creep

Grabbing or groping a person without their consent are desperate acts of perversion. The same goes for ogling at someone’s body for too long or texting unsolicited photos. While they may not seem like a big deal, you’re ruining someone’s

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Opinion

Use it or lose it

By | Reza Sadeghzadeh Why do people have a love and hate relationship with freedom of speech? Well, first of all, everyone enjoys the privilege to express themselves freely. On the other hand, you might come across some “legally hateful”

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Editorial

The fight must continue

We need to continue to fight for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. We need to continue to fight for the hundreds of thousands of young people whose lives are in jeopardy. Young people who were brought to this country

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Opinion

Frustration is not hostility

By | Reza Sadeghzadeh It has been almost five months since the death of David Josiah Lawson. Yet, there are still some controversial questions lingering in the minds of students regarding Arcata’s first responders that handled the emergency call on

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Opinion

Take a Hike

By | Matthew Hable Humboldt County has a reputation for its incredible amount of towering redwood trees and rugged coastal beauty, but these are far from the only nature sights in the county. Many newcomers also discover that Humboldt has

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Opinion

All that glitters is not gold

By | Matthew Hable Summer flew by and fall is in the air as we begin to acclimate back to school life. Returning students know the drill while new and transfer students need the time to adjust to unfamiliar environment.

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Editorial

Unite and strengthen

Nazi’s are bad. After recent events in Charlottesville this is something that needs to be reiterated. This isn’t a political attack against the right, this is a statement of fact supported by history. There was an entire war to resist

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Editorial

Four score and seven years later

We need proper advising. Graduation is upon us, yet many students find themselves coming back next semester because they did not receive enough units to complete the graduation requirement. More students are taking more than four years to get their diplomas,

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Editorial

 Enough talking, time for action

By | The Lumberjack Editorial Board It should not have taken the murder of David Josiah Lawson for the City of Arcata and the HSU community to take the threats of safety to our students of color seriously. City of Arcata,

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Opinion

A procrastinators guide to research

Mastering research papers By|Domanique Crawford We are about two weeks from finals and despite your major, I know you have a research paper of some sort due. Your professor has been warning you for weeks now that the paper is

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