Power does not come from the vote

by Carlos Pedraza Another election and another vote for the soul of the country ends in a practical tie between Democrats and Republicans that hardly feels like a victory. In 2020, I canvassed for Bernie Sanders and was a believer

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Personal Fave Mexican Places in HumCo

by Steffi Puerto Growing up in the East Bay, specifically Oakland, I consider myself a foodie at heart. Food has always been significant to my identity, culture, relationships, and overall experience of enjoying life. My favorite memories have always been

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Inaugural Women’s Triathlon season wraps up

by Dezmond Remington On Nov. 12, 2022, the Cal Poly Humboldt Women’s triathlon team competed in their first ever national championship in Tempe, Ariz, taking 12th out of 12 teams. It was a historic season to say the least; the

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Life & Arts

Cal Poly Humboldt Consent Project starts conversations

by Ione Dellos The tenth annual Consent Project was hosted by CHECK IT and Peer Health Education on Thursday, November 10th, to educate people about consent culture through interactive booths, art projects, and a survivor speak out. Turnout for the

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Life & Arts

Cumming together on the quad

by Carlos Pedraza Dildos, cock rings, and ropes, oh my! With the cooperation of the Peer Health Center, Check it, and Queer Humboldt, The Womens Resources Center hosted “Kink on the Quad” on Monday. Sex positivity was the theme of

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Cal Poly Humboldt lab safety under scrutiny

by Ollie Hancock From admin to student, everyone on campus has responsibility for the dangers of working with hazardous waste and materials. Spills, breaks, and general accidents are expected in any lab. No one can prevent a beaker from breaking,

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Life & Arts

Native film showcase brings culture to Eureka Theater

by August Linton A great, warm sense of community filled the Eureka Theater during the Da’Luk Native Film Showcase on Saturday. Native American youth, their families and community members gathered to watch short films on Indigenous life in Humboldt, produced

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Sports

Cheer team builds pyramids, team spirit

by Dezmond Remington The Cal Poly Humboldt Cheer team is a club team, both traveling to compete in cheer competitions and cheering at sports events on campus. Co-captain Kristi Hernandez has been with the team for three years, and competes

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Life & Arts

Rooted and Rising puts Black voices onstage

by Sophia Escudero In five years at Cal Poly Humboldt, lecturer Dionna Ndlovu had not seen a single production written by a Black playwright. On Monday, Oct. 24, she will direct one.  Rooted and Rising is a series of staged

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