Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

Kiara Carson Managing Editor One of the most popular celebrity couples has broken up and it was a shock to us all! Kylie Jenner recently broke off her relationship with Travis Scott, even though it seemed like everything was great leading up to inevitable demise. They recently featured in Playboy magazine together and looked … Continue reading Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

Judy’s goal, strong second half lift LHU over La Salle

Doug Spatafore Sports Information Director PHILADELPHIA – Tia Judy (East Prospect, Pa./Homeschooled) scored early in the second half and it proved to be difference in the outcome, as the Lock Haven University field hockey team (5-6, 3-1 A-10) downed La Salle (5-6, 2-1 A-10), 1-0, for an important Atlantic 10 Conference (A-10) road win. … Continue reading Judy’s goal, strong second half lift LHU over La Salle

Spooky Season Traditions

Kristin Turner Staff Writer We all have that one tradition that we do around Halloween time. Whether it be going on a haunted hayride, walking through a haunted house, or walking through a haunted corn maze. I have been on a haunted hayride and walked through a haunted corn maze, which seem like the … Continue reading Spooky Season Traditions

Embracing Forgiveness

Brooke Holben Staff Writer In September 6, 2018, Dallas Texas, Amber Guyger shot Botham Jean, her neighbor when she entered his apartment, thinking it was her own. She saw Botham as a threat, as an intruder, when in fact she had made a common mistake of navigation, that ended in an uncommon result and … Continue reading Embracing Forgiveness

The Best Things About Fall

Eagle Eye Autumn is absolutely one of the best times of the year. We can argue all day about it but instead, let’s just list the ways on why it can lift spirits almost instantly: The weather- The cooler temperature is setting in for the fall season gives us a much needed break from … Continue reading The Best Things About Fall

Fall Fashion

Tess EnglishOnline The turn of seasons is upon us. You know what this means? The leaves will change color, it will start getting chilly, and pumpkin spice everything will be aggressively marketed to all. To get in the mood for these weather and aesthetic changes make sure your wardrobe is up to date too! … Continue reading Fall Fashion

Britt’s Top Streaming Shows for October

Brittany RobinsonStaff There are a few new shows coming to everyone’s favorite streaming services this month. From traveling to a galaxy far, far away, to seeing how the Roses are fairing in the small of Schitt’s Creek, to seeing how a loveable snowman came to be, there is a show for everyone. Here are … Continue reading Britt’s Top Streaming Shows for October

APSCUF Retrenchment Meeting

Kiara CarsonEditor in Chiefkcm9459@lockhaven.du Recently, the APSCUF held a meeting for young journalists from seven out of the 14 schools that were selected for retrenchment. These schools include: Edinboro, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mansfield, Clarion, California University of Pennsylvania, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, and Lock Haven. This meeting was designed to give out any helpful … Continue reading APSCUF Retrenchment Meeting

Normalizing curse words

Kiara CarsonEditor in When we think about curse words, we often associate them as being “bad” or“inappropriate” because that’s what we were told as children by our parents/guardians. I’ve even heard certain parents say to their kids that they’re not allowed to use those type of words until we’re older. But, at what age … Continue reading Normalizing curse words

Trick-or-Treat: Null and Void?

Kerri HooverAd/Design With the start of October right around the corner, many children and adults are wondering what Halloween celebrations are going to look like this fall due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Despite the CDC releasing guidelines on Sept. 21 that discourages participation in traditional Halloween activities because they are considered “high-risk,” some local … Continue reading Trick-or-Treat: Null and Void?

LHU receives Bald Eagle Statue

Cassandra KellerNews LHU alumni gifted LHU with a grand Bald Eagle statue. President Robert Pignatello tweeted about the statue’s arrival at the Lock Haven campus on Sept. 18 The statue will commemorate LHU’s 150th anniversary. LHU alumni, majorily class of ‘66, financed the statue now located in the Poorman Commons. An unveiling and dedication … Continue reading LHU receives Bald Eagle Statue

Remembering Gayle “Kansas Comet” Sayers

Brittany RobertsonStaff The Chicago Bears announced Wednesday the passing of Gayle Sayers. Gayle Sayers was a member of the Chicago Bears football team from 1965 to 1971. He was a halfback and kick return specialist during his career with the Bears. He was born in Wichita Kansas and attended the University of Kansas. During … Continue reading Remembering Gayle “Kansas Comet” Sayers

LeBron James holds All-NBA team selection record

Tianna GairA&E LeBron James earned himself the National Basketball Association (NBA) record for the most All-NBA team selections with 16, surpassing basketball legends Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant, and Tim Duncan who all had 15 All-NBA selections. James All-NBA repertoire consists of 13 first team selections, two second team selections,and one third team selection. James … Continue reading LeBron James holds All-NBA team selection record

PlayStation 5 release

Brittany Robertsonbnr888@lockhaven.eduStaff Writer Sony Interactive Entertainment has recentlyannounced the much-anticipated PlayStation 5 console that will be available for purchase beginning on November 12, 2020. This console has been improved in all aspects of gaming. The system itself has a faster processing system in terms of loading screens for games and also poweringup the system. The … Continue reading PlayStation 5 release