Say his name

Demands for justice for David Josiah Lawson increase as the anniversary of his death arrives and his life is celebrated with family, friends and community members. Charmaine Lawson gave everything she had to make sure that her son David Josiah

International festival reels universal film into Humboldt

Student-run Humboldt International Film Festival hosts film from across the globe for 51 years. The longest running film festival entirely managed by students is hosted in the heart of Humboldt every spring. Humboldt International Film Fest is open to any

Warriors of Rainbow Ridge

In between the Humboldt Redwoods State Park and the King Range National Conservation Area lies Rainbow Ridge, a hidden treasure connecting the redwoods to the sea.  About an hour south from Humboldt State University lies Rainbow Ridge, a fairy tale

Auction raises over 200K

The who’s who of Humboldt County were in attendance for the 33rd Annual Celebrity Dinner and Sports Auction in Eureka, and they raised over $200,000 for the night. The auction is put together every year as a benefit for the

“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