What does your student activity fee do for you?
By Kyra Smith-Cullen
Students paid over $200 this school year for activities like the spring concert, weekend movies and lecturers, all as part of their Student Activity Fee.
“Some of the time, [I think it’s money well spent] but some of the events, like the Regurgitater, I don’t know who would want to go see it,” said Ashley Lane, a sophomore majoring in early childhood special education.
“If you think about it, it’s cheaper than if we had to pay for each event individually,” said psychology major K’la Sigler, a sophomore.
Because of the fee, many events offered are held at no charge to students or at lower costs. This process is evidenced in bus rides to New York City or the Hershey Park trip taking place this weekend...(read more)
By Kyra Smith-Cullen
Students remaining in Lock Haven over the summer will have the chance to hear an award winning artist perform at Avenue 209 on May 29.
Christina Martin, whose album “Sleeping With A Stranger” recently won the Music 2012 Nova Scotia award for Female Artist Recording of the Year, decided to start her United States Tour in Lock Haven after her assistant was researching locations and happened upon the small town.
“We don’t know a whole lot about the area, but we hope people will come out and we can make it a place to return to on future tours,” said Martin in an email interview…(read more)
By Jaimee Kester
Summer is finally only days away, and with that comes ample free time for those who don’t have jobs or internships. It’s great to sleep in and lounge around for the first couple of weeks, but after awhile it gets boring. With the activities listed below, you’ll make plenty of fun summer memories.
Pitch a tent. Roughing it for a few days in the woods is a great and inexpensive vacation. Pack a car with your closest friends and a tent and set out for an adventure you’re sure to never forget!
Rock out at a concert. The greatest part about summer is outdoor concerts! Many venues have outdoor lawn seats available that are much more affordable than stadium seats. There are also free concerts series all over the country…(read more)
By Tyler Rumsey
The No. 6 Lock Haven University lacrosse team is set for the 2013 NCAA Division II Lacrosse Championships.
The 2013 tournament opens on Saturday, May 11 when the Lady Eagles travel to Winter Park, Fla. to take on No. 3 Rollins College (Fl.) in a Quarterfinal matchup.
The Lady Eagles enter the tournament 15-2 overall and are ranked No. 3 in the South Region. Rollins enters the weekend 15-1 overall and are ranked No. 2 in the South Region.
LHU will be making its sixth NCAA appearance in school history and its fourth in the last five seasons…(read more)