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Round of a-paws

Thirty-second annual dog expo was full of fur and excitement in the air

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So, this week did not have any marijuana-related incidents. Good job guys! However, there was a stuck raccoon in a sewer grate, some ghosts and a few incidents of actual crime on campus, one involving a man trying to break

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This past week had some serious crime. Someone was caught with a “weapon” while selling weed and a “casing” was found on the soccer field Sunday morning. Someone tried to fight somebody in the library and there may or may

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Weekly police blotter updates and the rolling count

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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

Something in the sauce: Humboldt Brews

Humbrews’ wings make students’ stomachs happy  Arcata can get fairly chilly once the sun goes down. In response, many flock to Humboldt Brews on Saturday nights for drinks, food and to hang with friends. Located on 856 10th St., Humboldt

The morals of Morla

Vetusta Morla’s Alavaro Baglietto gives the low down before the Latin Grammys on Nov. 15.

REVIEW: Humboldt State graced with talent and class

Five-time Grammy nominated pianist performs at HSU On Friday, Sept. 28, five time Grammy nominated pianist, Ursula Oppens, performed for Humboldt State University students. “This is my first time up in Northern California, the redwood forest is very beautiful,” Oppens

MOVIE REVIEW: Mandy

If you want a Nicolas Cage freak-out you get plenty, drowning in blood, cocaine and potent LSD.

Annie’s serves up excellence

Located on the 101 North headed out of Eureka, you can spot Annie’s Cambodian Cuisine nestled on the side of the road next to the Sizzlers. It doesn’t look like much from the outside but once you step inside your

“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

A Quiet Place

When the guy from “The Office” makes a horror movie. What makes a scary horror film is sound production. A jump scare doesn’t make you jump unless there’s a loud “DUN” at the right moment, but it has to be

A bite of the arts: HSU’s 5th annual 24 Hour Play Festival

March 24 marked HSU’s fifth annual 24 Hour Play Festival held in the Studio Theater. The 24 Hour Play Festival is an annual event produced by HSU students and faculty where students are given free reign and agency to direct,

“The Tenth Muse” moves audience to tears

Now playing at the North Coast Repertory Theatre, “The Tenth Muse” deals with issues of women’s rights, religion, racism, caste systems and the destruction of art. “This is a very different type of show,” actor Heather Roche-Waldo said. “It really

“Loaded” is packed with a kick

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz breaks down the Second Amendment and white supremacy in her new book “Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment.” Dunbar-Ortiz spoke at Humboldt State’s Van Duzer Theatre on March 20 about her recent book “Loaded,” which explores

“Thoroughbreds” is a richly dark comedy

People are terrible and horses will take over the world. “Thoroughbreds” is the debut film of writer and director Cory Finley. It is about two rich girls plotting their stepfather’s murder, but there’s more to it. It’s less a murder

Queso is king in Loleta

Nobody is re-imagining one of America’s classic foods as deliciously as the Queso Kings. Now and then, life gets hard. Our jobs, our studies, hell, even our passions can wear us out. When it comes to getting away from it