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Campus groups work to raise awareness

Colleges Against Cancer and Zeta Tau Alpha hosted their annual Pink Week events to raise awareness of Breast Cancer during Oct 6 through 11. Pink Week is held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and is done every year on campus.

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Ship sinks Haven

The Lock Haven University football team fell to Shippensburg University 42-24 on Saturday at Hubert Jack Stadium. To open up the game, Lock Haven (0-6, 0-5 PSAC) drove 59 yards down the field in 10 plays, which ended in an Alex Boumerhi 26-yard field goal, to put Lock Haven up 3-0 early.

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“Super Smash Brothers” explodes on to the 3DS

Gamers everywhere have enjoyed the classics such as “Super Mario Brothers,” “The Legends of Zelda,” other Nintendo games and this masterpiece is known as “Super Smash Brothers.” The new Super Smash Brothers for 3DS and 2DS offers so much more than the other games have had the opportunity to. In this version, you can play as over 40 unique characters.

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The Wasco Clown

How would you feel if you randomly saw clowns invading the city of Lock Haven at night? And I don’t mean Ronald McDonald clowns—I’m talking like sharp teeth and scary eye make-up clowns. Most people, including myself, would be terrified to see such a sight. Though this seems like an unfathomable movie plot, it is in fact real life to the folks of Wasco, California.

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Fade: New hit or passing trend?

Just when you think one social media site is dying out, another one is quick to be released and trending. Students all around different campuses are being introduced to the newest app called Fade—the social media app where nothing last forever. This is a free app for students that allows you to share your moments through a picture that is temporarily posted.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month: ‘No one ever deserves abuse’

October, for many of us signifies fall weather, pumpkins, Halloween, hayrides and many other fall festivities. However, October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Each year, more than 7 million people fall victim to domestic violence, men and women alike. Domestic violence is one of the least reported incidents to the police and it is also the second most common thing that’s fatal to women (the first is heart disease.)

A&E

The Vault: RoboCop VS The Terminator

The Vault: RoboCop VS The Terminator

Within the dark recesses of the vault behind many movies that made us questions artificial intelligence is the little cross over gem that is “RoboCop VS The Terminator”. With its roots in the two well known movies, and loosely based off the 1992 four-issue comic book of the same name, this game was released across multiple game platforms between the years of 1991 and 1995.

Lifestyles

Club of the Week: British Television Club

Club of the Week: British Television Club

Each week, the club introduces and discusses culture through different television shows, as voted on by the club. “It’s a friendly, laid back group of people. We’re all passionate about British TV and Culture and BTC is a great place to watch different shows.” –Co-Vice President Grace Harrison.

News

Lock Haven baseball team lends a helping hand to Salvation Army

Lock Haven baseball team lends a helping hand to Salvation Army

Members of the LHU Baseball team aided the local branch of the Salvation Army in an after school program for kids on Wed Oct. 1. The Salvation Army runs an after school program for kids every Monday and Wednesday. This program is a huge need to the community.

Opinions

Growing old in your youth

Growing old in your youth

This week it was my birthday. I am a birthday enthusiast. I believe everyone should get a free pass to have it their way on their birthday. It’s the one day a year that everyone should get to be selfish and narcissistic and picky and childish if they want to be.

Sports

PSU’s Franklin needs to improve

PSU’s Franklin needs to improve

James Franklin appeared out of the south endzone tunnel at Beaver Stadium at Penn State’s Blue and White game in April, stepping onto the Beaver Stadium grass in front of Nittany Lion fans for the first time. Things were good then. Things were fresh. It was a new, exciting perspective presented by a community-welcoming coach in Franklin.

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