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The fight for sanctuary

By | Charlotte Rutigliano A rally led by Centro del Pueblo (CDP) will be held on Tuesday, September 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in front of the Humboldt County Correctional Facility in Eureka. According to César Abarca, faculty

Fire two miles from HSU

  By | Iridian Casarez and Curran C. Daly Updated Thursday 3:30 A fire started at 12:24 p.m. on private property 200 feet away from the Arcata Community Forrest. Cal fire responded from Mad River Station, according to Captain Alex

Oh my butterflies

The Humboldt Botanical Garden aims to create a more abundant butterfly community.

Being in the know about D.A.C.A.

By | Charlotte Rutigliano After an emotional rally for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Programs held in the UC Quad on Tuesday, September 5, students and staff piled into a small conference room in Nelson Hell East, most

121st Humboldt County Fair

The Humboldt County Fair is celebrating it’s 121st Fair this summer in Ferndale, CA.

First annual kids plunge

By| Iridian Casarez The Discovery Museum held their First Annual Kids Plunge at Freshwater park. Unlike their annual Perilous Plunge, a fundraiser that’s held in the winter only for adults, this plunge was kid friendly. According to Redwood Discovery Museum

Welcome to Arcata

By|Ian Benjamin Finnegan Thompson Welcome back students and staff. For those who are new to HSU here are photos of some cool spots in Humboldt County. There’s photos of places to savor the sunset and immerse yourself in nature, photos

Humboldt’s hidden hate

By Alexandria Hasenstab Humboldt State University has not had a reported incident of blatant racism on campus in the past few years, however, the same cannot be said for the surrounding areas of Humboldt County. Several incidents of racist attacks,

Remembering David Josiah Lawson

By Iridian Casarez Family, friends, students, faculty and community members filled the KBR to remember David Josiah Lawson. Lawson, a second year criminology major and president of Brothers United was stabbed and killed on the early morning of Saturday April 15.

Illustration. | Joe DeVoogd

This week in news (April 12 to April 18)

By Iridian Casarez Local -Collision on 299 One person died and eight others were injured in a car collision on Highway 299 Monday afternoon. Source: News Channel 3 -Myers Flat burglary and shooting Three people have been detained after a

College of the Redwoods Iranian student suing school

By Morgan Brizee Amir Maleki, a 21-year-old College of the Redwoods student, is suing the school after he was unable to join his classes late in the semester. Maleki was unable to join his classes because some of the deans

Editorial: Politically vocal on the local level

By | The Lumberjack Editorial Board Civic engagement doesn’t just end with the presidential election. ‘We the people’ have a duty to stay engaged in politics year round. The beautiful thing about a democracy is the citizens somewhat have a voice.