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McKinley statue is no more

The Arcata City Council votes to remove the McKinley statue on Feb 23. amid strong support from the community. Footage by Stephanie McGeary and Garrett Goodnight. Edited by Stephanie McGeary. “Hey! Ho! McKinley’s got to go!” Humboldt State students shouted

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

The evolution of biology 105

Lab lessons elongated, curriculum reordered and software replaced. Why do science classes change so much and who makes these decisions? In a way, you do.

Man on Street: The McKinley statue

Humboldt State University students were asked a single question regarding a controversy surrounding the Arcata community: the presence of the McKinley statue. The results were rather polarizing: Video by Garrett Goodnight.

Gaining ground: marching for human rights

Video by Michelle Meyers. Protesters lined the streets of downtown Eureka on Jan. 21 to be part of the worldwide Women’s March. This year’s Women’s March occurred on the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration. It is now considered to

The truth is hard

By the students and for the people since 1929

The Ventura Thomas fires

By | Gilbert Martinez The Ventura County Thomas Fires, which started on Dec. 4, has grown to the the fifth largest fire in California’s recorded history. The video was captured among the hills of Ventura and Santa Barbara throughout the first

Surfing giants in Humboldt

Waves upwards of 20 feet tossed and turned against the Humboldt coastline this week

Living in a windowless room

Students call them the “dungeon rooms” while housing call them “Suite Modified Singles”

CCAT’s new hydroponics system

Video by Kyra Skylark. CCAT, the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology at HSU has installed a new hydroponics system at the house. The system was installed this semester and everyone at CCAT is excited to see how the project develops.

Ja’Quan Gardner best of HSU football

By | Keaundrey Clark Senior Running Back Ja’Quan Gardner will go down as one of the best football players to ever wear a Humboldt State Lumberjack football jersey. The respect he gets from the community, coaches and his teammates is what

Let the deceased rest in peace

The bodies in the Anatomy Lab on Humboldt State Universities campus are not allowed for the viewing of the public.

The celebration of Diwali at Humboldt State

Video by Sarahi Apaez. India’s most significant holiday of the year brought light and blessings to the Kate Buchanan Room and the Humboldt State community. Diwali Prakash, or more commonly known as the Festival of Lights transformed the KBR with

Día de los Muertos at the MCC

By | Ian Benjamin Finnegan Thompson Dancing, Mexican food and ephemeral art were all part of the celebration at the multicultural center of HSU last Thursday for the Mexican holiday of Día De Los Muertos. Food was provided free for

Thriller dance class

By | Ian Benjamin Finnegan Thompson Center Activities held a Thriller dance class last Thursday in preparation for Halloween. The participants will be holding a flash mob of the dance at 1pm on Halloween at the UC Quad.

The Freaks Lament – A Humboldt Circus Presentation

By Keaundrey Clark and Bryan Donoghue Humboldt State Circus is hosting The Freak’s Lament Circus Show from Oct. 26-28 in the Gist Hall Theatre “Come have some laughs,” said co-president Ashley Bowles. “Don’t take life too seriously.” HSU’s Circus Club

Pastels on the Plaza

Last Saturday was the 30th annual Pastels on the Plaza. Hundreds of people showed up to the event which happened at the same time as the weekly farmers market at the Arcata Plaza. Local businesses purchased squares around the plaza

Standing in solidarity with the Wiyot Tribe

By Sarahi Apaez Ownership of the 270-acre Tuluwat Island, also known as Indian Island is being compromised. More than 100 people gathered in front of Rob Arkley’s place of business in Eureka, to show their support toward the Wiyot tribe’s