University requires booster by January 23

Starting Jan 23, students, faculty, and staff must be fully vaccinated to use campus facilities. This Humboldt State announcement was made in December shortly after students left for break. Anyone not able to receive a vaccination or booster can submit

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The HSU Library is finally open

For the first time since 2017, the HSU library is fully open to students. The HSU library reopened on Jan. 18th after the completion of the Seismic Retrofit project. This project was undertaken to reduce structural damage from seismic activity.

Students support community on MLK Day of Service

MLK Day is more then simply a day off, it holds an important message “These are revolutionary times. All over the globe men are revolting against old systems of exploitation and oppression, and out of the wounds of a frail

Punk Patchwork

Today’s punk scene is still carrying on the tradition of patching their jackets

Arcane Review: Alternative Canon Done Right

Two months ago, ‘Arcane’ dropped and took the world by force. The animated steampunk series is a League of Legends adaptation that debuts a few show-exclusive characters, most notably the villainous kingpin Silco. For people who don’t play League, ‘Arcane’

The HSU student’s guide to COVID-19 in spring 2022

There is currently a surge in COVID-19 infections worldwide and in Humboldt County due to the rise of the Omicron variant. In an article titled “Potential Rapid Increase of Omicron Variant Infections in the United States,” the CDC has cautioned

Stop the surge

The last group people want to listen to is the scientists.

Student documentary, Homeless in Humboldt: In the time of COVID-19, debuts

Humboldt State students Gabe Kim, Valentina Dimas, Rachel Marty, and Skylar Gaven have released the film they’ve worked on since September of 2020. The multi-episode documentary follows the lives of Humboldt-area homeless men and women. The first episode was released

Home sweet home

Lumberjacks give crowd a show in first home game since 2020 with a comeback victory over Gary Payton-led Oaklanders




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Savage Henry hosts 10th annual comedy festival

This past weekend marked the tenth annual Savage Henry Comedy Festival, drawing in over 100 comedians from in and out of the area for a three-day festival with almost 40 shows in ten different venues. The Savage Henry comedy club

Say YES to Volunteering

Get involved with the Potowot food garden and the on-campus knitting circle

Humboldt Fashion for the Fall: Do’s and Do-Not’s

The longer you’ve been at Humboldt State University, the more likely you are to catch on to the local fashion trends. If you’re new here, I’ll break it down for you real quick as the autumn season sets in.

Creepy Crawlies

‘Tis the season of the pumpkin spider.

Huddie’s Harvest is here

Huddie’s Harvest opened there leafy gates offers an array of autumn activities

Onward and Upward

Project Rebound provides vital support for formerly incarcerated students.

BIPOC voices in Humboldt County

A gathering was held in the Plaza to support BIPOC community members and listen to their experiences. Students and community members listened to the challenges that BIPOC folks in Humboldt County face today. Nikki Valencia organizes these forums for people

Oh the times, they are a-changin’

Many a blue moon hath passed since the old days of HSU students coexisting with millionaire weed criminals and attending psychedelic-themed harvest parties in the forest on the full moon. The Arcata plaza, once a bustling mecca of culture and