“I’ve exploded my femur and my hip.”
Dangers to oceans pointed to in IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report
Get into it! Comfort food made easy yet packed with tons of flavor.
Brainwash Thrift aims to be BIPOC and queer community space
A look into HSU’s Annual Security Report and some insights from the coordinators
Recently released annual security report comes with updated terms for reporting cannabis encounters.
September’s Coastal Clean Up Month – Where it started and how it’s going
The old University Center at HSU has been transformed into a three-story Student Activities Center where students are able to relax, study and enjoy each others company. There are a number of amenities that students can enjoy, from new food
White people are scared to talk about whiteness. Trying to have conversations with my family members about race is like pulling teeth. If confronted, they either get mad or do/say something racist and refuse to acknowledge what they just did.
Rantings of a Spiteful Vegetarian
Men and women’s soccer began their season last week with two home games for the women’s team and two away games for the men’s team. The women’s team tied their first match Friday 0-0 against Dominican University. The game went
A quick guide to enjoying outdoor sports responsibly
It wasn’t until my third year at HSU that I discovered Oh SNAP! and I wasn’t alone in being so unaware. Oh SNAP! Is a food program on campus for students, by students. Their mission: “to increase access to nutritious
Skip the fast food and check out one of these local gems if you want high-quality food for cheap.
If there’s one concept children have a stronger grasp on than adults, it’s friendship. Before puberty, when the biggest problems in our lives were a dead Gameboy and the brussels sprouts we’d have to eat for dinner that night, friendship
Second allegation in past week against an HSU athletic program
After closing their season in Corvallis, the squad wraps up it’s regular season
By Jasmine Younger Humboldt State University’s men’s basketball guard Victor Mijas, who some may know as Slick Vic, took on his senior year facing the challenges of COVID-19. The pandemic swept the nation by storm in 2019, leaving athletes across
1. The Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary The Arcata Marsh is one of the easiest places to walk around and see staggering amounts of birds. Birders have spotted over 300 species of birds in the Arcata Marsh. You’ll see geese,
Welcome to the Humboldt Coast, home of nudibranchs, crabs, and of course, whales. The water we know to be so cold is actually a large reason why the whales are here in the first place. Claire Till from Humboldt State
If you’re looking for ways to relieve stress this summer, we got you covered
Hulu’s latest true crime documentary series, Sasquatch, was quite fittingly released April 20. The crime was a triple homicide in mid-1990s Laytonville. The victims? Three employees on a cannabis farm. The lead suspect? Bigfoot. The mysterious ape committing a gruesome
Students will be allowed to bring two registered guests to graduation ceremony
The event’s likely return to normalcy
We’ve all had a troubling year, that’s for sure. Probably so much so that you’d want to rip your hair out or better yet, shave it all off. I believe that everyone should shave their head at least once in
Chancellor Joseph I. Castro speaks fall vaccination mandate, CSU ethnic studies requirement, and polytechnic designation.
A glimpse at what the summer and next semester will bring HSU students.
Vacca-Vacca-Cine, Where Are You?
The rescue diving course makes a splash on HSU students