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Restrict age limit on firearm and ammunition purchases

Cabelas and Bass Pro Shops should follow Dick’s and Walmart. In the grieving shadow of the Parkland, Florida high school shooting, sporting goods company Dick’s Sporting Goods and large retailer Walmart have changed their sales policies and limitations on firearms

HSU shows works of killer bunnies and neon crocodiles

Humboldt State hosts the artworks of Illinois-based professor and artist Laurie Hogin. Dozens of her paintings are displayed in the art department’s Reese Bullen Gallery, most of which highlight Hogin’s signature neon colors depicting chaotic scenes that involve brightly plumed

Pi Day pie recipe!

An easy pie recipe for all your mathematical celebrations. Happy Pi Day from The Lumberjack! Preheat oven to 420 degrees. CRUST: 1 1/4 cups of flour 1 stick (½ cup) of COLD butter, cubed Sprinkle of salt 1 tablespoon of

Zero to Fierce Festival for womanhood

Celebrating the matriarchy and raging grannies. The Arcata Playhouse hosted the Zero to Fierce Woman’s Festival last week. More than 30 events took place from March 5-11. Events ranged from musical performances to movie screenings to meditation. On March 8,

EDITORIAL: FCC aims to impose internet road blocks

Why you need to pay attention to net neutrality regulations. Since its introduction to the general public in 1990, the internet became a powerful tool by placing the world at the fingertips of the average American. Information to almost anything

Charlotte’s Web wins hearts

Chances are you know about Charlotte’s Web, a bestselling children’s novel. Now that we are grown up, we can return to the days of being read to and tap into the inspiration of animals, language and the importance of community.

International students promote diversity at Global Cafe

A collective gasp was heard across the HSU Library Fishbowl after Pakistani exchange student and Humboldt State business major Archana Nilhani made a shocking statement. “You can go to jail just for celebrating Valentine’s Day there,” Nilhani said. Nilhani delivered

HSU Library expands special collections

Humboldt State students now have access to more research materials than ever before. On Feb. 27, the HSU library hosted the grand opening of the new special collections section, previously contained to a tiny room on the third floor. “It’s

Big trees, small trees, finding strengths in diversity

For Chelsea Obeidy, an environmental science graduate from Humboldt State, a small senior capstone project studying how different factors affect seedling growth became a publication. “I approached professor Pascal Berrill with the idea to monitor seedling growths for my senior

College of the Natural Resources and Sciences holds budget forum

Lecturers and students are potentially affected by budget deficit. Richard Boone is the dean of the College of Natural Resources and Sciences. Boone attended the open budget forum on March 1 to share valuable information to students, staff and faculty

Housing and international program directors lose jobs

The reality of Humboldt State budget cuts sets in as three departments recently lost employees. The positions of Associate Director of Housing Facilities, Steve McKenzie, Director of Center for International Programs, Ge-Yao Liu, and Associate Vice President for College of

Humboldt takes on the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference

Students and professors from HSU traveled to the University of Oregon to attend the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference focusing on environmental issues and global sustainability. A group of Humboldt State students drove six hours through rain, hail and snow

Homeward Bound bus won’t break bank

payedFor students struggling with travel arrangements from San Francisco and Los Angeles, relief can be found in the form of a charter bus. Approximately 44 percent of Humboldt State students originated from L.A. or the San Francisco Bay Area. HSU

This week in sports history

March 7, 1857 – Baseball decides that their game will last nine innings. Before this, a full game was decided when the first team scored nine runs. Games have remained nine innings for the last 160 years. March 8, 1971