This Tuesday, the Latino Student Association (LSA) hosted award-winning American slam poet Joaquin Zihuatanejo. Zihuatanejo competed in the 2004 National Poetry Slam, as well as starring on HBO’s Def Poetry in 2005. Zihuatanejo’s poems give insight into his experiences as a public school teacher, a father, a son and a Mexican-American man growing up in Texas. Zihuatanejo’s capturing performance echoed through Ulmer Planetarium.
It’s that time of year again – sexual assault season. Otherwise known as the Red Zone, the period between the start of a college year up until Thanksgiving break tends to have the highest rates of sexual assault on college campuses, according to studies by the Journal of American College Health, the Department of Justice and others.
The Lock Haven Lady Eagles field hockey team has rolled to an impressive 5-1 start with contributions coming from both the offense and the defense. Sophomore, Lydia George has spearheaded the offense at this point with six goals in just as many games. George has already begun to receive recognition for her stellar play this season as she was named the Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Week for the week of September 1.
Members of the Public Relations Club gain extended knowledge and experience about the practice of creating relationships between organizations and their publics. They learn how to use strategy and creativity to build corporate image, and to use the unique communication tools available to public relations practitioners.
The Lock Haven football team returns for their first home game this season, looking to get into the win column against Seton Hill this Saturday, September 13th at 3:00 p.m. Seton Hill will be trying earn their first win this season as they were defeated by Shippensburg with a score of 55-30 on September 4.
Students in Mrs. Bonnie Williams’ SPEC212 Low Incidence Disabilities class came into contact with a major challenge the first week of class: a simulation wheelchair project. The project required students to spend ten or more hours in a wheelchair; whether on campus, in their dorm or apartment, or maneuvering around town.
Recently, Glennon Health Services has begun setting up clinics to test for STDs. The Department of Health Services and Aids Resource will come in once a month and let students come in for testing.
Quanya Myers Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Let me start off with a disclaimer that I am an active member of the Bey Hive and I fully accept Beysus as my savior. With that being said, the 2014 VMAs were not the VMAs. They were the BeyMAs. Because that 16-minute performance was the central focus of the […]
With fall quickly approaching there are many things we can look forward too: pumpkin spiced everything, warm sweaters and all of your favorite shows returning. With the changing weather, we can also expect to return to our favorite times and worlds for an hour a week.
Band members rely on the bass player’s subtle yet powerful presence. They link harmonies together, and also keep the groove going for the rest of the band. Everyone thinks the drummer is the only person to keep time, but the bass player actually keeps the song’s tempo.
The Haven Activity Council (HAC) held their annual PUB Fest today in the Parsons Union Building from 11:00-3:00. As part of their weekly Hump Day extravaganza, the event provided students free dry erase boards, a photo booth and an opportunity to create their own stuffed animals.
Chris Fravel Staff Writer email@example.com May 1, 2014 When you and a friend have to go your separate ways. This is the final edition of the Eagle Eye for the spring of 2014 and the final edition ever for a few key staff members. While a lot of our own are moving on and I […]
Jane Spitnale Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org May 1, 2014 In the past 15 years since the Columbine High School shooting, America’s attitude towards the topic of mass violence on school campuses has become an area of concern. Many feel worried while others are practically used to seeing the attacks on schools, wondering, am I next? The […]