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The Village is back

Student housing that brought controversy gets another attempt in Arcata

They mean business

Two former Humboldt State students run their own companies

Something in the sauce: Humboldt Brews

Humbrews’ wings make students’ stomachs happy  Arcata can get fairly chilly once the sun goes down. In response, many flock to Humboldt Brews on Saturday nights for drinks, food and to hang with friends. Located on 856 10th St., Humboldt

Lumberjacks lose heartbreaker at home

Threes don’t fall for the Jacks as they drop first game of the season.  Lumberjacks forward Isa Conde scored 26 in a comeback effort by the Jacks versus the Concordia (Ore.) Cavaliers but fell just short in the game’s final

New coaches, same support system

Failure is not an option for coach Mason Mitchell. He plans on pushing the football program in the right direction with the continuous support of the community and the Humboldt State University student body. “It is more than just being

Q-Fest celebrates queer and trans people of color in the arts

Humboldt State senior Jonathan Salinas is no stranger to discrimination in this community. Salinas was even told once to move out of Humboldt by a community member. Though moments like this dishearten Salinas, helping organize events like Q-Fest inspires him.

Celebrating five years of El Leñador

El Leñador has been publishing monthly bilingual stories for Humboldt State University since 2013. El Leñador has given a voice for the people whose voices are never heard, and its staff has been carrying on that drive to serve the

Upset mothers march to Arcata City Hall

Angry mothers, students and community members all marched in solidarity with Charmaine Lawson from Humboldt State’s Library Circle to Arcata City Hall demanding Justice for Josiah on April 18. Just a few days after the one-year anniversary of the death

Records rule again

The tables have turned in favor of vinyl records. While CDs and cassettes reigned king in the 1980s and 1990s, it was the rise of digital downloads and online streaming services in the 2000s that inexplicably aided in the resurgence

Trust in police weakens as Chapman resigns

As students, we have reasonable expectations of safety so we can focus on academic success without fear. This is not the reality for Humboldt State University students of color, both on campus and in the community. Both the Arcata Police

Out of the darkness comes light

Survivors of sexual violence share their experiences through the events of Take Back the Night Take Back the Night delivers the message that domestic partner violence, intimate partner violence and other types of violence will not be tolerated. Xochitl Cabrera

Letter to the editor

New Student Housing Community in the Works for Lumberjacks! Dear Editor: I’m pleased to announce that The Village, a new housing choice, is in the works for students attending Humboldt State University. As you probably know, HSU currently has room

A labor of love

Humboldt Homebrew Festival Kristina Watson served a lot more than just beer at the eighth Humboldt Homebrew Festival on April 7 at the Arcata Community Center. Watson was one of seven brewers from Triple Junction Brewing, who were one of

Justice for Josiah rally

On April 5 at 1:30 p.m., students at Humboldt State left class to attend a rally on the UC quad in remembrance of David Josiah Lawson, a student who was stabbed to death at a party in Arcata almost a

Lumberjack editors meet with Rossbacher, part II

The Lumberjack editors met with the president of Humboldt State University, Lisa Rossbacher, on March 23. The Q&A was largely centered around budget cuts and social issues that impact the local community, especially HSU students. This is part II of

“If you can’t be rational, at least be real”

A conversation with science and beer. Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher and mathematician, died from an angry mob because he refused to cross a field of beans. Followers of his cult, the Pythagoraeans, believed all numbers were either whole or ratios

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