It’s hard to take your eyes off this art

By Sarahi Apaez Sarah Arias, a senior art studio major and business administration minor is in a process of creating a piece for her advanced painting class. Arias has created a series piece of gay lovers eyes. Eyes who belong

The Shadow Gallery

Opening a video store in 2017 may seem like a joke, but a new video store, Shadow Gallery, opened in Old Town Eureka on April 1. After the recent closing of the Eureka Figueiredo’s and the Arcata Spotlight, it is

Sexland: Garden of Hedon

By Sarahi Apaez Sexland is a yearly event at HSU hosted by the Peer Health Education Program. On April 22 at the Kate Buchanan Room, the HSU community gathered at the sexual health event. This years theme was Garden of

Great hall becomes prospective renter center

By Curran Daly Todd Larsen, associate director of Housing and Residence admits there is not enough housing on campus for every student who wants to live on campus. “This year we have a record number of returners and transfers,” Larsen

Food review: Kebab Cafe

By Bryan Donoghue To me, there’s nothing compared to a greeting full of warmth. Whether it be the humid sun of the Mediterranean or the staff of Kebab Cafe, genuine warmth is the type of feeling that makes someone feel

 Enough talking, time for action

By | The Lumberjack Editorial Board It should not have taken the murder of David Josiah Lawson for the City of Arcata and the HSU community to take the threats of safety to our students of color seriously. City of Arcata,

A procrastinators guide to research

Mastering research papers By|Domanique Crawford We are about two weeks from finals and despite your major, I know you have a research paper of some sort due. Your professor has been warning you for weeks now that the paper is

Perception, bias, division and expression  

By|Joe DeVoogd Hippy.  Redneck.  Sheltered.  Blow-hard.  Egg-headed.  Bat-shit.  One word can say it all:  Perception: how one views itself in relation to the other.  Labels inform our reality and that fact all too often goes unconsidered in our day to

LumberJack Elite

By Andre Hascall There are many noteworthy student athletes at Humboldt State University. This week we highlight track star and future graduate student, Alyssabeth DeJerez. A fourth year Psychology Major on her way to graduate from Humboldt State, and continue

Humboldt’s hidden hate

By Alexandria Hasenstab Humboldt State University has not had a reported incident of blatant racism on campus in the past few years, however, the same cannot be said for the surrounding areas of Humboldt County. Several incidents of racist attacks,

New Academic Center Scholars Without Borders

By Sarahi Apaez April 11 marked the opening of a new center for undocumented students called Scholars Without Borders Center for Academic Excellence located at the MultiCultural Center. The students of the club F.R.E.E (Finding Resources and Empowerment through Education)

Consent Culture

By Andre Hascall Consent culture has been a vital part of Humboldt State University since Check It, as student led movement to prevent sexual assault, arrived in 2014. That culture is growing further with the new themed dorms in Creekview.

NBA Playoffs

By Danny Dunn The 2017 NBA playoffs tip off with history on the line, as the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors look to be the first teams ever to meet in the finals three years in a row. The

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

This week in news (April 19 to April 25)

Local -New housing development in Arcata A new housing development is in the works that will house around 800 students. The new 11 acres housing called ‘The Village’ will be located on St. Louis Road in Arcata. ‘The Village’ is

HSU Pitcher Madison Williams, threw a no-hitter Monday versus Cal State East Bay | HSU Website

Jacks Pass

By Jacks Pass Softball – Humboldt State Softball Is in the Top 5 of the Division II National Fastpitch Softball Rankings. Sitting in third place of the California Collegiate Athletic Association. The Jacks split day two’s doubleheader with Sonoma State

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

Trump watch (April 19 to April 25)

President Donald Trump would like to reduce corporate tax from 35 percent to 15 percent. The president ordered White House aides to draft a tax plan that slashes the corporate tax rate on Monday. President Trump and the first lady

Humboldt cuts child care services

By Charlotte Rutigliano For the past three years, the university has been operating two different child care centers, one located on campus at the corner of 14th and B streets and the other at the end of 10th street. According

Border Battle 2017 – “Chumboldt” Versus Oregon

By Andre Hascall Oregon and California clash at Humboldt State University. It is called the Border Battle due to the participating schools from Humboldt, Chico, Southern Oregon and Oregon Tech. Humboldt State and CSU Chico teamed up to represent California,