On a day’s notice from administration, the SJSU football team spends a week and a half in Humboldt practicing because their county did not allow it. Students react to their presence on campus in the midst of a pandemic. Directed
Local destinations around HSU to get your adventure on during the pandemic
The unprecedented and life-altering pandemic is affecting our dream state
As a part of the Food For People food drive the volunteers trotted through Old Town Eureka All photos by Thomas Lal
Coach Sarchett and players reflect on their most memorable memories with Evelyn Andrews
McKinleyville plans its first Christmas lights, house decorations and door decorating contest.
HSU students continue to pursue a zero waste lifestyle despite the additional obstacles presented by COVID-19
Vice Mayor alerts City Council to Arcata Bay Shoreline dioxin threat
Students living on-campus concerned as Humboldt County enters the red COVID-19 tier
Limited fact-to-face interaction challenges elementary education majors and K-8 students
With Humboldt’s Lumberjack football gone rugby can take the spotlight.
Unable to practice as a team, athletes practice one-on-one.
California’s passing of proposition 22 on Nov. 5 represents a frustrating history of workers’ rights being trampled by the overwhelming influence of greed in politics. This proposition forces app-based workers to be classified as independent contractors, rather than employees. This
Students from different CSU locations demanded changes and ideas on how to accomplish them
Part of a statewide effort to slow COVID-19 cases, Humboldt county enters a heavily restrictive tier.
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
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
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
By: Claire Roth Pulling yourself out from your winter pile of blankets with the words back to school ringing in your ears can be difficult. The vision of the never-ending staircase of Founders Hall you’ll have to climb to get to class
By: Keaundrey Clark CCAA – Men’s Basketball Standings CONF. OVERALL STREAK UC San Diego 9-1 14-3 L1 Chico State 8-1 15-2 W9 San Francisco State 7-2 14-2 W1 Sonoma State 7-2 11-4 W5 Cal State San Marcos 7-3 12-5 W5
By: Keaundrey Clark The National Football League divisional round has passed and gone. We learned a few things this past weekend. You need an elite quarterback to get this far in the season. The four remaining quarterbacks, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers,
As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to be sworn into office as the president of the United States, he nominates candidates for his cabinet. The president’s cabinet consists of the vice president and the heads of 15 executive departments that include
Staff and students invited to a day of healing By: Andrew George Butler Waking up on the first day of the semester with a hundred tasks and no answers, many miles from home in small town Arcata, can make the
By: Iridian Casarez Thursday Night Talk, a weekly KHSU radio program, is set to hold an open town hall style forum Jan. 19 in HSU’s Kate Buchanan room. The event will feature local law enforcement members, educational administrators and advocates,
By: Iridian Casarez Local News Coastal National Monuments in Humboldt Obama expanded the California Coastal National Monuments in Humboldt county. Trinidad Head, Walumph Lighthouse Ranch and the Lost Coast Headlands were officially designated as California Coastal National Monuments. Women will
By: Domanique Crawford As Humboldt State students struggle with affording available housing and hot meals, we can now add the extra burdens of the proposed tuition fee increase to our list of troubles for the 2017-18 academic school year. Students
By: The Lumberjack Editorial Board This spring 2017 semester, the Lumberjack staff requests that Humboldt State administration take more responsibility for student welfare, beyond just recruiting students to HSU. The Lumberjack asks that HSU not only consider a student’s academic
By: Domanique Crawford My heart is beating too fast and as I stop to rest and catch the breath that stutters out of my lungs in heaving gasps, sweat trickles down my face in never ending rivulets. A slight musk
By: Mayor Michael Winkler Welcome back to Arcata! And welcome to winter weather. I know many of you are from the south, and less comfortable with frost and rain — but I hope you embrace the nature of the North
Graphic Illustrations and Written By: Claire Roth Politics – A glimmer of hope Perhaps one of the most hopeful developments so far in the world of 2017 science is President-elect Donald Trump and his affiliates’ acknowledgement of climate science. Though