On Oct. 27 Taylor Swift released her fifth album entitled ‘1989.’ This album is a stark contrast from her last album ‘Red,’ but just as excellent. Instead of the rollercoaster ride of emotion that ‘Red’ was ‘1989’ is a smooth transition through a relationship.
There are many people, some you may know, that put a great deal of stock into Astrology or the idea that the movements of the stars and other celestial bodies can have an influence on our daily lives. Scientists for the most part, do not indulge in said belief and it has been relatively sidelined in the scientific world as hokum.
Increasing college access for Pennsylvania students has become a hot topic between Gov. Tom Corbett and opposing candidate, Tom Wolf for the upcoming gubernatorial election. Both candidates have distinct plans to help more Pennsylvanians attend college.
It’s no secret that the media has always been quick to sexualize women. It’s not uncommon to see a woman stripped down in advertisements regardless of what they’re selling—everything from fast food to perfumes seem to warrant a half-naked woman. This kind of sexualization is demeaning because it’s not a woman owning her own body.
When somebody enters Thomas Fieldhouse on the evening of a basketball game, the initial feeling is something different than it was ten years ago. There are plenty of reasons for the new feeling, including a winning program, a motivated fan base and attention from across the country.
Last week the Eagle Eye published a picture of a granite like stone that was egg shaped and ornate. It turns out that there is a very interesting and historical connection to the LHU campus and these large rounded stones. Joby Topper, the Director or Library and Information Services let me in on the history behind these sculptural details that are over 100 years old.
I’ve said this numerous times that Shonda Rhimes is by far one of the greatest television writers of all time. She’s amazing to say the least. Shonda Rhimes is an African-American screenwriter, director and producer. She’s best known as the creator of the infamous medical drama television series “Grey’s Anatomy”
If you like bands with cool indie vibes like Bastille or Fleet Foxes you need to check out the band Wolfgang. Wolfgang is a British alternative and symphonic rock band that started in 2009. Their first album Suego Faults, came out in 2011. This album broke them onto the scene in the best way. The album had incredibly strong melodies accompanied by Max McElligott’s strong vocals.
Who remembers the book series about Dust? About a little girl who grew up in a world, parallel to ours and had a huge destiny on her shoulders that she could only carry out without knowing of it? A book series about a young boy on a mission to find his father, and who had a responsibility much bigger than him thrust on his shoulders? A series about a nun-turned-scientist who finds her way into a new world?
The band performs at various campus and community events, including pep rallies, football games, athletic events and more. The band helps to create the atmosphere at the atltheic events and builds visibility for the university through numerous performances.
After living with an addict and feeling the agonizing pain of all the repercussions this has on a family, a Lock Haven University student hopes to bring awareness to the community about the growing drug problem. Jeannette Wennerholt, a junior who is majoring in communication, discovered five years ago her brother was a heroin user. His addictions led their family to ultimately losing their home.
Over half of high school graduates attend college, but not all make it through all four years of undergraduate education. At LHU, 61% of students that started college in 2009 graduated with the class of 2013. “Students drop out for many reasons—some legitimate, most not. Illness, a lack of funds and depression may be too much for anybody to handle, but many students cannot deal with day-to-day things such as normal relationships . . .”
Procrastination: a college student’s best friend and worst nightmare (best friend because you can go have fun with your friends and be carefree, but worst nightmare because you are stuck staying up until all hours of the night trying to write a paper you “forgot” about).
November is coming up and many recognize it as National Novel Writing Month. However, some disagree with the frenzy of trying to write 50,000 words and prefer to take things at a more sedate pace. Nothing is wrong with either technique, but there are tips for writing in either situation.
Known for their stubbornness and determination, Scorpios like to be in control. They are highly motivated individuals who don’t like to be kept out of the loop, which is where their high intuitive abilities can either help or hinder them. If they think secrets are being kept, they lose trust but it makes them very aware of others.