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The Rolling Count: This week in drug-related activity was pretty chill. Nobody was charged with possession and nobody was caught in the act of smoking weed. However, we do have to salute a fallen soldier. On Wednesday Feb. 6 in

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Me Too comes to Humboldt

Tarana Burke, civil rights leader and Me Too icon, gives a lecture to HSU

The search is on

Demands listed for CSU Board of Trustees to consider for new HSU President

No more opioid deaths

Lifesaving drug, Narcan will be given out for free starting this semester

From watercolors to surrealism

April Abbot’s art pops into life with bold colors and intricate colors April Abbott fills the details on a new painting in the Art B building. | Photo by Freddy Brewster Sunlight casts through the windows of the Art B

Marijuana a no-go on CSU campuses

40 adults charged with weed possession since legalization From Nov. 30, 2016 to Nov. 29, 2018 University Police issued 81 citations for marijuana possession, according to a public records request. Five of those citations were issued to minors, 36 were

MLK march in Eureka

Diverse groups of Humboldt County gather and march for justice for victims of violence

Mass shooting threat at CSUN

California State University, Northridge face mass shooting threats during finals week

A budding industry

A look at students who work in the marijuana industry

Midterm 2018: Races to Watch

Election Day is upon us, here are some of the important measures on the ballot Today is Election Day for the Midterm 2018 session. A number of measures are up for vote locally but two of them have been hotly