Current LHU Student & former student at school of the Florida Shooting Speaks Out

Mark Matthews Staff Writer mjm2923@lockhaven.edu Every year on Feb. 14th, we celebrate our love with each other through Valentine’s Day. Sadly, in this year’s edition of the celebration, our country was informed with the news of the mass shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School at Parkland, Florida, which took the innocent lives of 17 … Continue reading Current LHU Student & former student at school of the Florida Shooting Speaks Out

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Rodney Hanley, first prospective president to visit, holds open forum

Derek Danneker ddd4907@lockhaven.edu Editor-in-Chief The first of four candidates for the new president at Lock Haven University said at an open forum attended by 20 students, yesterday, that he is “humbled to be considered for the presidency” at an institution where he sees a success story. Rodney Hanley has a background in biology and taught … Continue reading Rodney Hanley, first prospective president to visit, holds open forum

Movie review: Step Sisters

Kiara Carson knc9459@lockhaven.edu Staff Writer Netflix released a comedic racially versed movie in January called “Step Sisters” and it is phenomenal! This film is about a black college senior, Jamilah Bishop, that seems to have everything she needs to move on with her life after graduating, but it all turns upside down when she has … Continue reading Movie review: Step Sisters

Talent at the Haven: Rebecca Glincman

Evannah Phan etp7162@lockhaven.edu A&E Editor I was very fortunate to be able to meet with “Henry’s Law” play director, Rebecca Glincman. Rebecca is a current sophomore English major at Lock Haven University who is originally from Randolph, New Jersey. She was gregarious and totally at ease as we started to talk about her long running … Continue reading Talent at the Haven: Rebecca Glincman

Eagle Eye Staff: Spring Break plans

Eagle Eye Staff lockhaveneagleeye@gmail.com We all know how it is. The first week of the semester comes, but its chillibus week. Who does work then? Next comes week two, and you’re still not feeling it. But hey, third week is the charm but that passes faster than the first two. Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, all pass … Continue reading Eagle Eye Staff: Spring Break plans

Twenty-first annual steel city step show

Kiara Tinnin kct 4127 Lifestyles Editor In a captivating display of step, dance and Greek culture, the 21st annual Steel City Step Show thrilled a large audience in Pittsburgh last Saturday.  The sororities and fraternities of the University of Pittsburgh gathered together to showcase their style, new moves and unity for all to see. LHU’s … Continue reading Twenty-first annual steel city step show

Student Government revitalization: Overcoming past sins

Derek Danneker Editor-in-chief ddd4907@lockhaven.edu Nearly 10 years now separate LHU from the scandal that led to the dissolution of legitimate student authority, a yawning chasm for students whose short tenures lead to a short sighted embrace of the status quo. Between 1981 and 2011 the majority of responsibilities currently provided by Student Auxiliary Services, a … Continue reading Student Government revitalization: Overcoming past sins

Commencement Controversy: Students denied exceptions

Ben Ronemus News Editor bjr1324@lockhaven.edu Since eliminating Winter commencements, students graduating after the completion of the Fall semester must come back to walk in the Spring, or they can petition to walk the previous spring under extenuating circumstances,however, not many circumstances are being approved by the provost “There are fixed costs that goes on with … Continue reading Commencement Controversy: Students denied exceptions

LHU Physician’s Assistant Program reaccredited

Ben Ronemus bjr1324@lockhaven.edu News Editor The Lock Haven University Physician Assistant Program was recently granted Accreditation-Continued status for another decade of educating Physician Assistants. The decision to grant Accreditation-Continued Status to Lock Haven’s PA program came from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). The ARC-PA is responsible for inspecting and … Continue reading LHU Physician’s Assistant Program reaccredited

No. 23, lacrosse wins opener over Georgian Court

Jayson Moyer jpm362@lockhaven.edu Managing Editor The Lock Haven University lacrosse team, ranked No. 23 in the nation, defeated Georgian Court University 16-10 on Tuesday afternoon at Charlotte Smith Field. According to the Lock Haven University Sports Information Department, the season-opening win was the 44th home win over the past five seasons.  They have only lost … Continue reading No. 23, lacrosse wins opener over Georgian Court