HSU Animal Rights Group Protests Circus for Animal Abuse

November 7, 2011

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It is Halloween weekend, and the circus is coming to Eureka. One school club prepares to combat it. Olivia Robertson and Jenni Valle are co-coordinators of HSU’s A.W.A.R.E. (Always Working for Animal Rights and Equality) club. “I’m not going to deal with anyone being arrested this weekend,” Robertson says at the Thursday meeting. She passes […]

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Occupy Humboldt Protest Continues Into Fifth Day

October 10, 2011

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It is Wednesday afternoon and the rain is pouring down. A group of people stands in a corner of the U.C. Center quad with protest signs.  They are the protestors of the Occupy Humboldt campaign, and they are just one part of a much larger protest sweeping the nation. The Occupy protests began on Wall […]

Methinks it’s time to prune some branches on the Facebook tree.

April 12, 2011

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I was on Facebook today (about 30 minutes ago, actually), when I saw this pop up in my news feed: Salary of the US President…$400,000. Salary of retired US Presidents…$180,000. Salary of House/Senate…$174,000. Salary of Speaker of House…$223,500….Salary of Majority/Minority Leaders…$193,400…..Average US Salary…$33,000 to $77,000.HELLO! I think we found where the cuts should be made! […]

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Hi Everyone

March 10, 2011

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I know I haven’t blogged in forever and I’m really really sorry and all I can tell you is that I’m just trying to do really well in school and I’m taking 2 300 level classes which are meant for juniors and I’m only a sophomore and the expectations are higher than for any other […]

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You Probably Don’t Want to Read This

December 15, 2010

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as it’s seven pages of hardcore politicsy business. I thought it was pretty terrible, but my teacher gave me full points, so I guess it’s not as terrible as my 4:00 in the morning post-writing evaluation suggested. That, or my teacher has never heard of PolitiFact.com. “Let it be told to the future world…that in […]

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Budget Uncertainty Puts Collegiate Hopes on the Line

December 8, 2010

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The coffee table is covered with physics and calculus textbooks, crumpled sheets of binder paper, mechanical pencils in various states of operation, a TI 84 graphing calculator.  What appears to be a dingy mop topped with a dingy brown beanie hunches over a notebook, scribbling furiously. The call for dinner comes from the kitchen, and […]

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Halloween

November 1, 2010

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Halloween last night. I had fun, thanks. Kyle and I had some badass costumes planned, but they kinda fell through, so we went like this: It was pretty awesome. The day started with a trip to CVS to get shower curtains, then we watched Power Rangers while putting our costumes together. The J had a […]

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