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Community gathers for David Josiah Lawson vigil

Lawson’s homicide case is still open. Mother of David Josiah Lawson, Charmaine Lawson, drove eight hours to the Arcata Plaza to speak at her son’s vigil to remember, honor and celebrate his life. The African American Center for Academic Excellence

40-day anti-abortion protest begins in Eureka

In association with the global campaign 40 Days For Life, a group of people gathered in Eureka outside of Planned Parenthood to protest from Feb. 14 to March 25 in an effort to end abortion. Feb. 13 was the largest

City of Arcata plans for future student housing projects

City of Arcata’s planning commission met on Feb.13 to discuss construction projects that are in progress around town. Details of a future project located at the end of St. Louis Road and Eye Street, known as The Village Student Housing

Jacks men’s rugby dominates the turf

Adonnis Johnson is a junior majoring in art, and he has been playing for Humboldt State’s rugby team since his freshman year of college. Johnson is kicking the doors down this rugby season, as he has already scored eight times

Humboldt State celebrates the Lunar New Year

“The longer the night lasts, the more our dreams will be.” – Chinese Proverb This year’s Lunar New Year Festival landed on Feb. 16 and is also the year of the dog. The new year is determined by the first