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The Eagle Eye’s top writers for the semester

This week marks the last issue of the fall semester for the Eagle Eye! And so to mark off the occasion we are revealing our top ten writers of the semester!
Congratulations to these amazing writers! Their rank was based on the number of views for the top fifty articles of this semester and how many articles in the top fifty they had.

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PASSHE tuition goes up with presidents’ salaries

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, or PASSHE, serves more than 110,000 students and employs more than 12,000 faculty and staff, making it a powerhouse in the world of higher education providers. Over the past few months, PASSHE has made several announcements concerning changes within the system. Here’s what you should pay attention to:

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Lock Haven Football: Season in review

The Lock Haven University football team concluded the 2014 season on Saturday at California University of Pa. with a 45-31 loss. It was a somewhat difficult season for the Bald Eagles, who finished with a 2-9 record and who went 2-8 in the PSAC. Lock Haven won their first game on Saturday, Oct. 18 at Cheyney, 28-0.

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ABC’s mid-season fillers are promisingly exciting

Winter break is here and many of our beloved shows are going into hibernation to make way for the movies and advertisements straight from a wet dream of a peppermint smoking Christmas crackhead. Besides preparing for the arrival of Santa and his reindeer crew, ABC is also ready to release two new series to tide over the absence of their beloved shows.

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Sales on Black Friday go digital

For nearly every need under the sun, software makers remark, “There’s an app for that.” Black Friday is no exception. Once upon a time, Black Friday was simply a hectic, one-day sales extravaganza. People listened for rumors of prized items that would be up for grabs and tried to spy through shop windows.

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This just in: Coats are cool

Tuesday morning, I phoned my mom from beneath a blanket sandwich—fleece blanket, down quilt, wool blanket—and listened to her lament that it was only 11 degrees with the wind chill back home. I decided I’d better check what Lock Haven had going on. The app on my iPhone mocked me: feels like 2 degrees. While I could have cried and quit right there, I decided . . .

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The Vault: Pac-Man

Within the dark recesses of the vault, behind the excellence that is Japanese games, is the amazing game that is known as “Pac-Man”. Originally released on May 22, 1980 in Japan, then in October of the same year in the United States, “Pac-Man” was published by Namco in Japan and Midway Games in the United States. “Pac-Man” started out . . .

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Family movies for after your feast

Family movies for after your feast

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and one thing some people are thankful for is family. With the digital age being so crazy, it’s sometimes very hard to find some quality time with the family but one of the best ways to spend time together is by settling down and watching a movie. Here’s a list of 5 the whole family might love!

Lifestyles

Club of the Week: Circle K

Club of the Week: Circle K

Circle K raises money for charities and participate in local community service events with Kiwanis. Circle K international is the largest student led collegiate organization in the world. “Service is a way of life here at Circle K, we are a service family.” President Jessica Tressa.

News

STD and HIV testing available at Glennon

STD and HIV testing available at Glennon

Glennon Health offers free on-campus STD and HIV testing every two weeks in association with the Pa Department of Health. According to Stanford University’s Sexual Health Peer Resource Center, one in four college students have an STD. LHU students can be tested for gonorrhea and chlamydia via urine and screened for HIV orally by a mouth swab.

Opinions

Alphabetical hierarchy

Alphabetical hierarchy

Here at Lock Haven University, many fortunate students have selected their courses for spring semester. Other students haven’t selected their spring courses yet. These other students may be procrastinating. Or the university might be at fault by hindering the students from proceeding with their academic careers.

Sports

Basketball drops home opener

Basketball drops home opener

The Lock Haven men’s basketball team (0-3, 0-1 PSAC) was defeated by No. 4 East Stroudsburg (2-1, 1-0 PSAC) 92-69 in the team’s home opener. Returning All-American senior Wali Hepburn lead the team with 29 (10-23 FG, 8-10 FT) points in the defeat. Twenty-two of those points came in the second half.

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