An Ode to the Times of the Art Quad

Once were the days of sneaking away into the Art Quad to hit our dear vapes. But now it is empty and our STIIIZYs are dead. Once were the days to get a rush to the head. There used to

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How Relationships Influence Longevity

At one time or another, we have all wondered what the key to a long and healthy life really is. Typically you would think that eating clean and vigorous exercise is the key to success, but a study conducted in

Earthquake Preparedness in Humboldt County

Humboldt County has always experienced large earthquakes, and it is important to be prepared. The international ShakeOut drill is coming up on Oct. 21, 2021 at 10:21am. This is an opportunity to ensure that you are prepared in case an

Seasonal depression meal ideas

Fall is finally upon us and you know what that means. The shelves have been restocked with pumpkin spice everything, but left behind on those shelves is your summertime self esteem because guess what else is here, seasonal depression. Don’t

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Editorial: Politically vocal on the local level

By | The Lumberjack Editorial Board Civic engagement doesn’t just end with the presidential election. ‘We the people’ have a duty to stay engaged in politics year round. The beautiful thing about a democracy is the citizens somewhat have a voice.

Letters from Pelican Bay

By | Tania Mejia Last week, Humboldt County joined the Women’s March movement and marched in solidarity for women’s rights and related causes at the largest protest in our nation’s history. Not only was this a historical day for our country,

What is ‘Greatness’ Measured in?

In Defense of Resistance By | Joe DeVoogd It was a bleak and cold morning in Washington DC on January 21st, 2017.  The world watched the day before in trepidation as the US swore in a brash billionaire to the highest

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

Road Race in Trinidad

The 52nd Annual Clam Beach Run By | Erin Chessin The fog cleared just in time for hundreds of runners to take their marks at the 52nd annual Clam Beach Run in Trinidad, Calif. An event hosted by the Greater

People protesting banks in Arcata and Eureka

By Iridian Casarez People protesting Wells Fargo and other corporate banks funding the North Dakota Access Pipeline took to the streets in Arcata and Eureka on Saturday Jan. 28.   People stood in front of several Wells Fargo locations to

The future of Women’s Crew

Video & Story by Andre Hascall Five years ago HSU’s women’s crew won their very first national championship. This year, these women are on a route to get title number two led by team captain MacKenzie Danies, an engineering major

HSU Pitcher Madison Williams, threw a no-hitter Monday versus Cal State East Bay | HSU Website

Softball Ranked #2 in the Nation

By Keaundrey Clark Humboldt State Softball finishing one win shy of its third national championship last season, This week the Lumberjacks were voted No. 2 in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II Top 25 Preseason Coaches Poll.  The Lumberjacks

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

Largest march in Eureka city history

Local people gather for women’s rights Photos and Story By: Carlos Olloqui What began as a simple Facebook event post has now turned into a worldwide grassroots movement. Teresa Shook, a Hawaiian resident angered by the 2016 election results, decided to

Day of Solidarity event at HSU

The events include yoga, free massages and free food Photos & Story by: Morgan Brizee The gloomy, dark, wet and cold weather on Friday Jan. 20 was showing what most Humboldt State students were feeling on the inside after the inauguration

Loss to Chico ends Women’s basketball’s winning streak

By: Curran Daly Humboldt State Women’s basketball lost to Chico State on Thursday night 45 to 57. The loss ended a three game winning streak for Humboldt’s women’s team and left them falling two games under .500 in conference with

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