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A joint opinion: spark it up!

Humboldt County’s reputation around the United States reeks of marijuana. As part of the Emerald Triangle, along with the counties Mendocino and Trinity, Humboldt makes most of its green from the seasonal crop. Rumor has it that the celebration of

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Life & Arts

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

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Life & Arts

Dog Expo has its day

Longtime dog owners in the community showed off their pooches to raise money for spay and neutering funds on March 4 at the Redwood Acres. The 31st annual fundraiser was organized by the Humboldt Dog Obedience Group, also known as

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News

Uncomfortable identities explored

An event is only defined by its memory or lack thereof. The two-day symposium (Un)Comfortable Identities: Representation of Persecution at Humboldt State University examined the effect of persecution on memory, identity and culture of ethnic groups. The convention held on

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Opinion

DVAM is now

From O.J. Simpson to Ray Rice, domestic violence in the United States is an issue that has been perpetuated for too long. It is often swept under the rug due to its complexity. In honor of recognizing October as Domestic

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Science

Rising Tides

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

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Word on the street: Free community college bill

Question: What do you think of Assembly Bill 19? Could it ever be implemented at a four-year university? “It could be counterproductive. The people who are already on the fence about college would have to keep paying after that first

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Diversity and inclusion through STEM

Humboldt State University was one of 24 institutions nationwide to be selected for a $1 million STEM grant by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. The grant is part of HHMI’s program, Inclusive Excellence, which is designed to cultivate inclusion and

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Open house with open arms

As an introduction to the new academic year, the MultiCultural Center held their Open House on Sept. 12 to promote cultural and academic student services on campus.

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Celebrating a multicultural campus

With the official beginning of the new school year, clubs and organizations on campus are off to a strong start, including the African American Center for Academic Excellence, also known as the AACAE. The Center hosted their first event of

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