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Josiah’s legacy

By Reza Sadeghzadeh and Curran C. Daly The Arcata Police Department is still investigating the homicide of Josiah Lawson, five months after his death. Charmaine Lawson, Josiah’s mom, has remained an ever constant presence in Humboldt County while living 14

HSU rolls past Simon Fraser 72-14

By | Diego Linares The football team has now scored 185 points over its first three games of the season after defeating Simon Fraser University, 72-14, in the Redwood Bowl on Saturday, Sept. 16. “It’s awesome. I love those guys,”

The enemy that sweats

Breathing in the Arcata air, you can feel the humidity invading your lungs. The usually crisp forest air has been exchanged for a hot, humid mugginess. The weather may be nice for weekend adventures, but trekking up the stairs to

Open house with open arms

As an introduction to the new academic year, the MultiCultural Center held their Open House on Sept. 12 to promote cultural and academic student services on campus.

Don’t be a creep

Grabbing or groping a person without their consent are desperate acts of perversion. The same goes for ogling at someone’s body for too long or texting unsolicited photos. While they may not seem like a big deal, you’re ruining someone’s

Tunes of HSU

By Andre Hascall Students often walk around, to-and-from campus with headphones on and music turned up. With all of us having our own musical tastes, the thought of what others were listening to was an intriguing thought. Regardless of their