#FeelTheBern might make a comeback in 2020

Alexis Gallagher Opinions Editor aag9585@lockhaven.edu Democrats won control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday and continue to ride the ‘Blue Wave’. They ride a wave of energy in opposition towards Trump, which generated during his first days in office. Although Trump boasted of “tremendous successes” after the election, it was clear that Democrats had … Continue reading #FeelTheBern might make a comeback in 2020

Moyer leads All Conference Trio as LHU places 5th at PSAC Championship

Doug Spatafore Sports Information Director dspatofo@lockhaven.edu EDINBORO, Pa. – For the first time in school history the Bald Eagles crowned three All-Conference runners, as the Lock Haven University women’s cross country team soared to a fifth-place showing today at the 2018 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships. Laurel Moyer (Lock Haven, Pa./Central Mountain), Cadie Kiser … Continue reading Moyer leads All Conference Trio as LHU places 5th at PSAC Championship

Intramural Basketball Kicks Off Playoffs

Lucus Lenze Guest Writer lwl5866@lockhaven.edu Intramural basketball playoffs began Monday, with four quarter final games, played at the REC center. There were two games played at 6 p.m., one at 7 p.m., and one game at 8 p.m. The top eight teams in the league made the playoffs. The first game of the night saw … Continue reading Intramural Basketball Kicks Off Playoffs

Athletes of the week

Kyle Shoop s was named PSAC Wrestler of the Week after he finished the weekend with three wins and four consecutive wins. The weekly GoLHU.com Athletes of the Week are presented by Susquehanna Trailways, the official Motorcoach Company of LHU Athletics. Visit http://www.susquehannabus.com/ for more. Raechel Rodriguez led the Bald Eagles in the 100-yard backstroke the … Continue reading Athletes of the week

Millennials and their obsession with astrology

Alexis Gallagher Opinions Editor aag9585@lockhaven.edu We’re a generation that largely resists labels and refuses to be categorised, so it’s curious that so many millennials obsessively read their horoscopes.       According to a study, 58 percent of 18-24 year olds believe astrology is scientific. The study also revealed that skepticism of astrology is decreasing, … Continue reading Millennials and their obsession with astrology

Yappy Hour Halloween

Staff Reports Robert Pignatello, President of Lock Haven University, invited students, community members and staff on Oct. 30. for the second Yappy Hour dog walk and social. The specially themed “Yappy Halloween” event featured a dog costume contest judged by Clinton County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Board President Mary Jo Williamson. … Continue reading Yappy Hour Halloween

All About Corrective Eye Surgery

Ben Ronemus Staff Writer Bjr1324@lockhaven.edu If you are tired of wearing contacts or glasses, having your vision corrected surgically may be something to consider. There are many pros and cons to electing to undergo vision corrective surgery. The first thing to consider however, is which surgery to undergo. There are a couple surgeries to consider, … Continue reading All About Corrective Eye Surgery

North Hall to become pet-friendly

Staff Reports When Lock Haven University welcomes students back to campus in spring 2019, some may have their four-legged companions in tow. The university will be the first in the Pennsylvania’s State System to introduce a pet-friendly residence hall. LHU North Hall Residence Hall Director, Emmy Borst, has fronted the university’s initiative to allow students … Continue reading North Hall to become pet-friendly

Ariana Grande releases new song: “Thank U, Next”

Kiara Carson Arts & Entertainment Editor knc9459@lockhaven.edu Ariana Grande has had an up and down kind of year. Between dropping her new album, which continues to get rave reviews to this day, and having two heartbreaks weeks from each other, she still manages to bounce back by doing what she does best: releasing a new … Continue reading Ariana Grande releases new song: “Thank U, Next”

LHU University Players to present Mainstage Theatre Production, “Almost, Maine”

Staff Reports University Players, the student theater organization, will present the Mainstage Theatre Production, “Almost, Maine,” at 7:30 p.m. November 8, 10, 15 and 17 and at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, in the Sloan Fine Arts Center. “Almost, Maine” is a play by John Cariani, comprising nine short plays that explore love and loss … Continue reading LHU University Players to present Mainstage Theatre Production, “Almost, Maine”