October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Local food management practices of the Tolowa Dee-ni, Yurok and other indigenous peoples.
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Life and Arts editor, Dakota Cox, speaks on his shifting perspective towards technology.
Columnist Dobby Morse shares their take on the presidential candidates
Athletes speak out against the uncertainty surrounding rec sports and the playing season
Increased periods of isolation can lead to depression, and how to combat it
The library undergoes seismic retrofit construction
At-home teaching sacrifices the quality of education for dance majors
If you needed a sign to tell you to take a break, this is that sign
Jane Teixeira addresses student concern over football program’s stay on campus
A bilingual HSU program encourages students to pursue the STEM field
HSU’s eco awareness program continues providing support to campus during the pandemic
Proposal to move spring break to a later date generates controversy
News Editor, Carlos Holguin recounts his experience at the Breonna Taylor protest in Eureka on Sept. 24.
Despite an uncertain future, athletes continue to train for their next season
Goodbye, Cruel World
Artists at HSU are experiencing somewhat smooth sailing this semester
In order to keep up community involvement, Eureka and Arcata city councils go online.
King Salmon Power Plant promotes grid stability
COVID-19 hampered the communication of logging plans between the city of Arcata and new members of the community
Experienced ceramics students are back in the lab this semester
Captain of the University of Oregon police department, Jason Wade, puts his hat in the ring for UPD chief at HSU.
Comparisons between episodes of the classic TV show The Twilight Zone and our own dismal reality
YoungBoy Never Broke Again dodges the sophomore slump with his new album “Top.”
The Redwood Forest Defenders demand Yurok tribal land be returned
While the rest of the planet suffers, what will become of the Redwood Forests?
Asynchronous classes allow students flexibility at the cost of self-discipline.
A quick and easy breakdown of how the university was impacted by budget cuts.