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
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
Coach Sarchett and players reflect on their most memorable memories with Evelyn Andrews
McKinleyville plans its first Christmas lights, house decorations and door decorating contest.
HSU students continue to pursue a zero waste lifestyle despite the additional obstacles presented by COVID-19
Vice Mayor alerts City Council to Arcata Bay Shoreline dioxin threat
Students living on-campus concerned as Humboldt County enters the red COVID-19 tier
Limited fact-to-face interaction challenges elementary education majors and K-8 students
With Humboldt’s Lumberjack football gone rugby can take the spotlight.
Unable to practice as a team, athletes practice one-on-one.
California’s passing of proposition 22 on Nov. 5 represents a frustrating history of workers’ rights being trampled by the overwhelming influence of greed in politics. This proposition forces app-based workers to be classified as independent contractors, rather than employees. This
Students from different CSU locations demanded changes and ideas on how to accomplish them
Part of a statewide effort to slow COVID-19 cases, Humboldt county enters a heavily restrictive tier.
Exclusive interview between reporter Jazmin Pacheco and Tae Norwood
Local owner of Sweet Mama Janisse, Marie Janisse-Wilkins struggles to make up losses
Seniors surrender to an unexpected finish to their college career
Due to the transition to online, campus life is lonelier than ever this semester
Arcata plaza adjusts to a new, safe way for families to trick or treat on Halloween.
The Campus and Community Dialogue On Race returns covering global justice for Black Lives.
Humboldt State students with children carry the weight of multiple educations this semester
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