Looking for a movie to watch over the Thanksgiving break this year? Well, even though these three have nothing to do with the holiday, here are some movies coming out in the next two weeks!
We love eating all of the amazing food but later we feel so guilty about it. Either way, eating so much food is tough on our bodies so here are a few tips on how to make it through Thanksgiving without going into a food coma.
President Michael Fiorentino recently visited a news reporting class to talk about what he does on a daily basis, the construction on campus, what he sees for LHU’s future and more.
It always seems as though I get stuck behind someone who is smoking a cigarette wherever I walk every day. Smoking should not be something that is allowed in public because of the adverse health effects it has on non-smokers. Pennsylvania has one of the highest youth smoking rates with Pennsylvanian youths making up about 18.4 percent. Smoking is a behavioral dependence caused by a nicotine addiction.
The ninth annual Play For Brian will be held on Friday, Nov. 20 at 7:45p.m. in the Student Rec center. Each team can have six to eight players and can participate in a dodgeball tournament, walleyball tournament, wheelchair races, rock climbing and silent auctions where you can win tickets to sporting events and win sporting memorabilia. The winner of each event will receive a Play For Brian T-shirt.
I love cartoons. I’m not talking humorous adult cartoons like “Bob’s Burgers” or “Rick and Morty” (although I love those too), I’m talking about “kids” cartoons like “Adventure Time”. There are so many amazing cartoons today that are on a whole new level than any other cartoon of the past. They often appeal to not only kids, but adults as well.
As a duel-majoring senior that went abroad who is also an athlete, I’ve had my share of scheduling woes. Scheduling is always stressful for me and now that I’m so close to graduating, albeit a semester late, I’ve never worried more. Here are some tips for underclassmen to help you with scheduling so your senior year might be a little less stressful.
During my study abroad experience to Rabat Morocco, we bid adieu from the city for 10 days and 9 nights. When the 12-hour bus ride finally came to a roaring halt at some 1,200 miles up, we knew we had arrived in Tighfest. Tighfest is a tiny indigenous mountain village in the north of Morocco. As expected, the people of Tighfest were relatively timid with interacting with a bus load of city kids and a handful of western women like myself.
The Lock Haven University boxing team showed the community what the team is made of at the second annual Fall Brawl at the LHU East Campus Gymnasium. The event featured seven teams, including the U.S. Military Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, Penn State University, Shippensburg University, Kutztown University, the University of Connecticut and Lock Haven.
During the whole month of November, it is Alzheimer’s awareness month and Sigma Kappa, one of the sororities on campus, is bringing awareness to it by holding a few events this month. According to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, it is estimated that about 5.1 million Americans may have Alzheimer’s. Also about half a million Americans whom are younger than 65 years old develop some form of dementia, including Alzheimer’s which is referred to as early onset.
The Parson Union Building is the next phase in the construction on campus, including a new entrance, more rooms being added, new furniture, flooring and more. There have been many changes on campus during the 2015/2016 school year: Russell Hall being torn down, Ulmer Hall being updated, new pavilions in place of Russell hall, the food business, Chick-fil-A in Lower Bentley and closing down the Eagle Wing Cafe.
Students opened a photography show with an international theme in the Lower Bentley Gallery on Monday Nov. 2.. The show will be open until Nov. 20. The exhibit is part of International Education Week sponsored by the Institute for International Studies, Phi Beta Delta International Honors Society and the Fine Arts Society.
There are over twenty submissions which feature landscapes, city scenes, portraits and more. The show was juried by LHU alumni Kurt Herrmann.
It has been a little over a year since Ariana Grande released a new album but it stayed in the public’s eye with different projects, but last Friday she released her new single, “Focus.” Grande has been teasing her fans since Sept. 15 when she announced the release date of her new single. When it got closer to the release date, she started sharing snippets of the song and music video on her Instagram. Let me say, it was worth the wait!
The impending release of “Fallout 4” on Nov. 10 will likely provide fans of the series with many hours of post-apocalyptic entertainment. If the marketing releases are to be believed, “Fallout 4” is the developer’s most ambitious title yet. As the company is known for its large scale, open world games, this is an exciting prospect for “Fallout” fans.