Pixar’s latest film debuted on Disney+ to positive reviews
Biden enters a stressful presidency
As the world watched from their televisions on January 6, we witnessed scenes unfold before our eyes that were, to many, unimaginable: supporters of President Trump swarmed the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building, then proceeded to break in and
Jared Huffman and local Democratic Chair Danny Kelley discuss attack on the capitol and vandalism of Eureka Democratic headquarters
Annual MLK events and workshops were hosted via Zoom early Monday morning
HSU continues to take climate action and sustainability seriously
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
This is the first trailer of a homeless documentary created by HSU students. We have spent months filming and will continue to film throughout the next year. Follow the heartbreaking stories of the homeless community around Humboldt county and the
Taking a tour of the local thrift shops in Arcata during the COVID-19 pandemic. Directed and produced by Skylar Gaven.
Three different people with the same love for plants! House plants have become quite popular these days especially since we’re all basically stuck inside during the pandemic. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, but these beautiful green oxygen-makers provide more
Students with science and nature-based majors are motivated to make change
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
The election may be over but the emotional aftereffects can be difficult to manage
A look at the spring semester schedule for online and in-person classes
RN-BSN nursing program for incoming or working nurses to continue their education
The University Center continues to work toward resolving President’s termination notice
Two local, activist organizations work together to stage a sit-in against Humboldt State’s police department.
Writer Anthony Aragon details his experience of accidentally joining a pro-Trump car rally.
Students show up to work despite stress, non-payment and fear of unsafety
How superheroes and hip-hop go hand-in-hand
Justin Turner didn’t need to be the story in the wake of the Dodgers’ first World Series victory in 32 years. Instead here we are, wondering what sort of, if any, punishment Major League Baseball will decide to hand down
HSU exclusively reverts back to online instruction on Nov. 9 and students aren’t happy
News Editor Carlos Holguin explains why he is worried about the next four years.
Annual Humboldt International Film Festival proceeds without a budget
Post election assistance for those that feel anxious about the future of the country
Hall of Fame nominees for class of 2020 and class of 2021 announced
Club baseball organizations from the CSU system discuss COVID-19 obstacles