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

Women thrive in the Mathematical Contest in Modeling

Seven groups for a total of 20 students from Humboldt State competed in the International Mathematical Contest in Modeling in February. This year’s competition had the largest proportion of female competitors from HSU.

Chico brings their brooms to HSU

The Lumberjacks softball team concluded their four-game series with No. 3 ranked Chico State University on April 21 by taking a pair of losses to complete Chico’s sweep. Video by Bailey Tennery. The Jacks were shut out in the first

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

“Divergence” dancers amaze audience

The audience at the John Van Duzer Theatre were fortunate enough to witness a cacophony of kinetic expression in the form of HSU’s annual spring dance concert on April 15, this year titled “Divergence.” Students of intermediate and advanced levels

Goodbye to last round of Intensive English students

One staff member was let go from their position, two more members soon to follow. Kotaro Kawakubo​ is an international student from Tokyo, Japan who will lose his friend when a second language program shuts down in July. “A friend

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

Salmon and us, tied to the health of the Klamath River

The We Are the River: Connecting River Health to Community Health panel met to discuss the state of the Klamath River, and the communities whose lives are tied to the health of the river. The discussion was held in the

Jacks top Western Oregon

By | Keaundrey Clark Football was alive and well Saturday night as the Humboldt State Lumberjacks defeated Western Oregon 42-32. It was the arm of Senior Quarterback Robert Webber and the legs of all-American running back that helped lead the

Show Spirit, Support Awareness

HSU Cheer invites all students/faculty to participate in their Breast Cancer awareness dance at Halftime on the 21st. Practice days the 16th, the 19th and the 20th.

Rising Tides

Humboldt State University expected to launch a third science place-based learning community.

Jacks split weekend at College Creek Field

By | Keaundrey Clark Humboldt State’s women’s soccer team had an up and down weekend at home, as the team split a pair of conference games. Humboldt State’s women’s soccer team captured its first victory and points against Chico State

Jacks Pass

By Keaundrey Clark Women’s Soccer Humboldt State improved its record to 4-3-1 with a dominant victory in Sunday’s 4-0 win over Benedictine at Mesa. “I think that Benedictine was well-organized and came out high energy, and our girls did a