Historic nature trail gets make-over for official dedication

By Kate Hibbard

A new nature trail will open up on campus just in time for families to enjoy during this spring.

The Environmental Focus Group and Environmental Club brought this trail to the public’s eye with the help of professor Bob Myers, director of environmental studies and chair of the Environmental Focus Group.

The project went underway last spring when Myers took the Environmental Focus Group for a hike. From there, they sought and gained administrative approval.

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GSA invited to award winning poetry reading

By Kayla Marsh

The Lock Haven GSA was invited to a poetry reading on Wednesday April 16 at Bloomsburg university.

The poetry was being read by acclaimed slam poet Andrea Gibson. Gibson is an award winning poet whose poetry focuses on the fight against patriarchy and preaches against the prejudices of the LGBTQ community.

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Eleven things only well endowed women understand

By Dayna Bloch

With big power comes big responsibility; such as constantly pulling up your top or struggling to find a blouse that buttons how it’s supposed to. To some it may seem like a gift from the gods but being ‘busty’ isn’t always as glorious as it’s made out to be.

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LHU thrives at Bucknell Bison Classic

The Lock Haven University men’s and women’s outdoor track & field teams wrapped up the two-day Bucknell Bison Outdoor Classic on Sunday, April 13 with another strong day of competition.

Leading the way was mid-distance standout Jack Felt (Warminster, Pa./Council Rock North), who was sensational in the 800 meter run. He finished 18th out of 101 athletes with a two-second personal best time of 1:54.98 (#PSAC). As of press time, it ranks as the second-fastest time run this year in the PSAC.

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Summer school is cool

By Gregory Snook

As the summer begins to near and classes start to fade into their final work phase, many of us begin to daydream of long strolls on the beach or hiking. Many of us have trips that we have planned long ago; others dream of a school-free summer. One choice we all share is whether or not to take summer classes.

I’ve taken part in a summer school vacation, which is what summer becomes when you’re participating in vigorous summer courses.

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