MBB off to best start in 23 years

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lhup.edu Lock Haven University men’s basketball coach Mike Nestor certainly has a young group this year.  With 10 new players on the roster, eight being freshman, the challenge of beginning a new season from nearly scratch would seem daunting. However, that’s not the way that this season has begun with Nestor’s latest […]


The equal and opposite reaction

Derek Danneker Staff Writer ddd4907@lhup.edu The election of Donald Trump is unprecedented within United States politics. He has obtained the role of President despite being distinctly unqualified in nearly every aspect. The man has 75 pending lawsuits including those of unpaid workers, deceived Trump University pupils and women who say they have been touched and groped […]


Dear Trump. Sincerely, a Latina, LGBT female

Diosanny Rivera Guest Writer dkr6862@lhup.edu Hey Trump supporters, how are you feeling? You feeling pretty good? Are you celebrating your “victory” over “crooked Hillary?” Yeah? That’s good. I’m happy for you. I’m happy that your voice as an American people was heard and things are going your way. Just do me a favor please. Let […]


Sports funds spring a leak

Derek Danneker Staff Writer ddd4907@lhup.edu The women’s swim team’s annual trip to Deerfield Beach, Florida has been going on longer than any swimmer can now remember. This trip has been used as a tool to entice new swimmers to join their ranks. The trip has recently been “postponed” as team captains Jackie Bingham, a senior […]


Artist Spotlight: Colin Harvey

Name: Colin Harvey Hometown: Holland, PA Age: 22 Fun fact about yourself: My girlfriend and I are planning a volunteer trip to Ghana for a month this summer to help build school libraries and work on farms. We are going with the NGO Thrive Africa, and are currently fundraising. When did you start playing/performing? I […]


Surviving finals week: A few tips

Jasmine Howard Staff Writer jah4470@lhup.edu Finals are coming up and I find myself asking people what number they’re on in relation to emotional breakdowns. I’m on seven so far.  Yes, finals week can be stressful and I can already see the flames surrounding us and life falling apart as we say, “I’m fine,” with a smile. […]


Protests on North Dakota Pipe Line continue

Analee Gentzel News Editor agg7563@lhup.edu In 2014, Dakota Access LLC submitted an application that would allow them to build a 358-mile pipeline from Bakken and Three Forks oil formations. The application was accepted and in January 2016, the project was approved. What started out as a 358-mile pipeline soon changed to a $3.7 billion project […]


Super-Senior says it’s going to be okay

Amanda Thomas Lifestyles Editor act6730@lhup.edu No one wants to stay in college longer than the promised four years, but sometimes it’s necessary. Maybe you changed your major a dozen times, maybe you failed a class or two and need to retake them and it set you back, maybe you took on a second major or […]


Football finishes strong, falls to Lakers

Football finishes strong, falls to Lakers

Alex Wahl Sports Editor ajw7885@lhup.edu The Lock Haven University Football team capped off a season for the ages on the road to take on the Mercyhurst University Lakers last Saturday (November 12th). After an anticipated matchup in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC), the Lakers (3-8) walked out victorious over the bald eagles (4-7) with […]