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Umoja Center hosts Black History Month Art Exhibit

by Lex Valtenbergs Student-made poster boards detailing the lives and legacies of Black artists and activists filled the Gold and Green Room in Founders Hall during the Black History Month Art Exhibit hosted by the Umoja Center on Feb. 17.

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Food sovereignty lab hosts indigenous film series

by Krisanne Keiser In 2019, Cal Poly Humboldt students envisioned a project that would re-indigenize the campus by creating the Rou Dalagurr Food Sovereignty Lab & Cultural Workspace. According to the summer 2021 FSL Progress Report, this new indigenized space

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Hunt for new police chief continues despite adversity

by Carlos Pedraza Cal Poly Humboldt is struggling to find a new police chief in the wake of yet another resignation For the last two years, Cal Poly Humboldt’s University Police Department has been plagued with resignations at the very

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Campus Community Remembers Local Legend

by Kris Nagel and Morgan Hancock Ricky Smith, a longtime Arcata community member, was the victim of a deadly assault Wednesday, February 2. The community has spent the last week remembering Smith’s legacy. Known for his big smiles and peace-loving

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Defining Black History Month

by August Linton To Zephie Harvey, Black History Month is an acknowledgment of the depth and value of Black heritage and culture. “Black History month means looking back at my heritage and knowing where we came from,” said Harvey. However,

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Justice for Josiah

Anyone with information regarding the David Josiah Lawson case is encouraged to call the APD’s 24-hour confidential tip-line at (707) 825-2590 or the APD Dispatch Center at (707) 822-2424 On April 15, 2017, Humboldt student David Josiah Lawson was fatally

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Students support community on MLK Day of Service

MLK Day is more then simply a day off, it holds an important message “These are revolutionary times. All over the globe men are revolting against old systems of exploitation and oppression, and out of the wounds of a frail

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The HSU Library is finally open

For the first time since 2017, the HSU library is fully open to students. The HSU library reopened on Jan. 18th after the completion of the Seismic Retrofit project. This project was undertaken to reduce structural damage from seismic activity.

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