A senior’s thoughts upon approaching graduation

This is a graduating college senior calling. We have 16 days till we meet. Yeah, I’m pretty scared too. I’m graduating in May, and I’m kind of looking at this whole next chapter of my life as a new Tinder match. I was just in a 4-year-long relationship with college, and man was it great. Now I have a new relationship to start, and that relationship is te with the real (grown-up) world.


Thanks for the memories and the pizza

It has been an amazing adventure from eating candy, to building forts; from being a columnist to being Editor-in-Chief. The Eagle Eye has been my home away from home, and I wouldn’t change a moment. I’m so proud of the work my staff has accomplished, and I feel honored to have been a part of it. ’m so grateful for the late nights in the office, the conferences, the friends, and the fun.

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Title IX controversy: “The Lost Haven of Sharon Taylor”

tarting in 2006, an ugly gender war was being waged at Lock Haven University which inverted Title IX controversies as several male coaches argued that women in Lock Haven athletics were being treated better than the male teams. Joseph Patrick Guerriero, an assistant professor in the academic and counseling department, filed a suit against the university in 2006

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Lacrosse soars past No. 11 Limestone, 17-8

Charlotte Smith Field was alive and filled with energy on Sunday afternoon as the then No. 13 Lock Haven University lacrosse team hosted then No. 11 Limestone. It really was a playoff-like atmosphere for Lock Haven’s final home game of the 2016 season. They didn’t disappoint. The Bald Eagles put on an offensive and defensive clinic in the first half, outscoring Limestone 8-2.


LHU needs more counselors!

Lock Haven University’s lack of counseling availability is placing students at risk and putting university finances before the mental health and well-being of students. According to the LHU website, there are approximately 4,000 students who attend main campus; however, there is only one counselor to attend to the needs of all of those students.


Springsteen lights up Penn State

Out of the many times I’ve seen Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, none of the shows can even compare to Monday night’s show at the Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State. This wasn’t my first Bruce show, and I wasn’t even right up against the stage like I was at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, but Monday night was special. Here is a 66 year old man playing 33 songs for three and a half hours, and doing it like he is 20.


Film on 9-11 brings about great perspective

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lhup.edu The History Channel released a documentary called “15 Septembers Later” on Sept. 5.  The documentary includes interviews of over 40 people, sharing their never-before-told stories from the events on Sept. 11, 2001.  Among those interviewed are President Bush, Vice President Cheney, and the commissioners from both the New York Police and […]


Pick your parfume

James Murray Columnist jim9973@lhup.edu The sense of smell is one of the most powerful human senses. Take coffee shops and bakeries for example: People enjoy the ambience because it’s pleasant and inviting. Now think of places that are too overpowering… Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister come to mind. One walks in the entrance and the […]


The first Presidential squabble: A play-by-play

Derek Danneker Staff Writer ddd4907@lhup.edu The first presidential debate was Monday, September 27. The first 30 minutes were strong for Donald Trump, but his calm rhetoric soon gave way to attacks with blithe. Hillary Clinton negotiated the terrain carefully – as always – but brought up points with weight later in the debate. The Debate […]


Why I will support the faculty if they strike

Meghan Maustellar Staff Writer mlm6713@lhup.edu As most students know by now, faculty members in the 14 universities of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) have been working without a contract since Jun. 30, 2015.  The negotiations for a new and fair contract have been going on since August 2014 with little evidence of […]


Stuppy powering LHU Field Hockey’s hot start

Stuppy powering LHU Field Hockey’s hot start

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief jpm362@lhup.edu The 2015 Lock Haven University Field Hockey team finished a strong season with a 15-5 record last November.  In a loaded schedule that included a huge, program-win over Penn State, many would say that is a solid season. This year’s team has aspirations of taking that one step further.  Senior goalkeeper […]