Lorna Bryant

Office Manager, KHSU Magazine Host, Thursday Night Talk Host

707-826-4807

Lorna has been involved in public radio for a decade. She was general manager at KRFH prior to her work with KHSU.  Lorna runs KHSU's office for her day job - and exchanges the desk for the mic as L Boogie, setting the mood for your late night rendezvous spinning R&B slow jams.

Lorna received her B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Humboldt State University, with an emphasis on Broadcast News and Music Arts.

Ways to Connect

HSU

Dr. Rossbacher highlights Clara Bingham's book, "Witness to the Revolution: Radicals, Resisters, Vets, Hippies and the Year America Lost Its Mind and Found Its Soul" and the author's first-person reflection of the period between August 1969 and September 1970. Bingham creates a musical playlist for each chapter to reflect the time period and the activism of that era.

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HSU

President Rossbacher highlights what new students who will be living on campus should pack before arriving this fall.

  

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Three Black men navigating the world here in Humboldt:

  • A police officer.
  • A cultural anthropologist and journalist.
  • A millennial from South L.A.

 Arcata resident Mikey Mathews, HSU professor Kirby Moss and Sgt. John Packer of the University Police Department joined Lorna Bryant to discuss being Black men in Humboldt.

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CNN correspondent, Dream Corps president and environmental advocate Van Jones speaks with KHSU's Lorna Bryant. Jones presented a lecture at Humboldt State University Sunday, April 24th. 

Note: in the interview, Jones briefly mentions musician Prince, who passed away suddenly April 21st. This interview was recorded just 24 hours before the announcement of his death.


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