Ten spooky shows for your Halloween night

Happy Halloween everyone! I’m sure most of you after a fruitful night of trick-or-treating are going to sit on the couch and watch some classy horror movies like “Pinnochio’s Revenge” or “The ABC’s of Death”, but if your interested in trying something a little different how about instead of a bunch of movies you binge watch some television.

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A pink filled October

LOCK HAVEN- October provides us with a beautiful array of colors year after year as we look above to the trees. The combination shades of oranges, yellows and reds never look as beautiful as they do when they cover a mountain in the crisp fall air. However this past weekend October looked a little different at Lock Haven University.

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Students crown homecoming royalty

Students had a memorable homecoming week this year, featuring fun events and triumphs for the football team, but it will be especially unforgettable for two students who were crowned during Saturday’s game. Rebecca Shortes and Godfred Anyang were just two of several hopefuls for the 2014 Homecoming King and Queen positions.

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Football wins second straight

Caleb Walton gashed the Millersville defense on a 37 yard run on Lock Haven’s third play from scrimmage. Things were looking good then. Things were looking bright. Lock Haven (2-6, 2-5 PSAC) took the ball down as far as the Millersville (0-8, 0-7 PSAC) 27 yard line, before being moved back 10 yards due to a holding penalty, and then Lock Haven was forced to punt.

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Halloween superstitions explained

All Hallow’s Eve, or Halloween, was gradually integrated into American culture through Irish and Scottish immigrants’ celebrations in the 1800s. Over the past 200 years, Halloween has evolved into the costume-covered, candy-grabbin’ holiday we’ve come to know and love today.


Follow your bliss, actively

We all have interests and passions. It’s part of what makes us individuals and interesting ones at that. There is something that deep down inside you are obsessed with. Maybe obsession is too strong a word for many people, but not with me. I have a rather unhealthy obsession with Edgar Allan Poe and anyone that knows me, whether they want to or not.

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University Players prepare for Ken Ludwig’s “Lend Me a Tenor”

For their mainstage production this semester, the University Players will be performing Ken Ludwig’s acclaimed play, ‘Lend Me A Tenor’. Shows will start on Thursday, Nov. 6 in Sloan. ‘Lend Me A Tenor’ is a farce that follows the madcap night of Saunders, the general manager of an opera company, as he prepares to welcome Tito Merelli, the greatest tenor of his generation.

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Sinking acceptance scores lead to greater examination of college applications

Freshman PASSHE students may not have as much to worry about when it comes to standardized test scores on application essays in the upcoming years. High school students study for standardized tests as if it is the only factor that colleges look at on student applications.


Sweet sounds of ‘1989’

Sweet sounds of ‘1989’

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.


Season of birth determines dopamine levels

Season of birth determines dopamine levels

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.


Corbett and Wolf plan to increase access to higher education

Corbett and Wolf plan to increase access to higher education

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.


Sexualization: Hollywood women suffer silently

Sexualization: Hollywood women suffer silently

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.


Hepburn gives LHU new life

Hepburn gives LHU new life

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.


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