Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

Kiara Carson Managing Editor One of the most popular celebrity couples has broken up and it was a shock to us all! Kylie Jenner recently broke off her relationship with Travis Scott, even though it seemed like everything was great leading up to inevitable demise. They recently featured in Playboy magazine together and looked … Continue reading Perfect couple become separate but, still doting parents

Judy’s goal, strong second half lift LHU over La Salle

Doug Spatafore Sports Information Director PHILADELPHIA – Tia Judy (East Prospect, Pa./Homeschooled) scored early in the second half and it proved to be difference in the outcome, as the Lock Haven University field hockey team (5-6, 3-1 A-10) downed La Salle (5-6, 2-1 A-10), 1-0, for an important Atlantic 10 Conference (A-10) road win. … Continue reading Judy’s goal, strong second half lift LHU over La Salle

Spooky Season Traditions

Kristin Turner Staff Writer We all have that one tradition that we do around Halloween time. Whether it be going on a haunted hayride, walking through a haunted house, or walking through a haunted corn maze. I have been on a haunted hayride and walked through a haunted corn maze, which seem like the … Continue reading Spooky Season Traditions

Embracing Forgiveness

Brooke Holben Staff Writer In September 6, 2018, Dallas Texas, Amber Guyger shot Botham Jean, her neighbor when she entered his apartment, thinking it was her own. She saw Botham as a threat, as an intruder, when in fact she had made a common mistake of navigation, that ended in an uncommon result and … Continue reading Embracing Forgiveness

Equal Rights

Kiara Carson Managing Editor This world is a menace when it comes to fighting for equal rights amongst all human beings. The truth is white men are favored in everything they do and everyone else struggles and work harder for the things they systematically kept from.The United States was hypocritical when writing documents such … Continue reading Equal Rights

How to keep being happy

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor We’re already about halfway through the semester. Midterms are on the horizon if they aren’t already here. Stress is running high with papers and assignments being due all at the same time. Staying mentaly sane let alone being happy seems all but impossible. Here's a few things to do to … Continue reading How to keep being happy

The Glass Menagerie Review

Cassandra Keller Managing editor The University Player showcased the play “The Glass Menagerie” from Feb. 26 until March 1.  “The Glass Menagerie” was originally written by Tennessee Williams and premiered in Chicago in 1944. Williams based “The Glass Menagerie” on his own life as well as another screenplay he wrote called “The Gentleman Caller”. … Continue reading The Glass Menagerie Review

Women’s Indoor Track & Field set for PSAC Championships

John Davern Student Intern LOCK HAVEN, Pa. - The Lock Haven University women’s indoor track & field team is ready to contend at the 2020 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Indoor Track and Field Championships.  After what has been a historic season for the Bald Eagles, the team qualified nine individuals for the Championship … Continue reading Women’s Indoor Track & Field set for PSAC Championships

Signs of an immature man

Kiara Carson Signs of an immature man When it comes to having an emotional conversation or acting your own age, females have the upper hand meaning they’re more mature than men. Studies have shown that every female has a brain that creates connections and condenses itself for processing faster than the male brain. Not … Continue reading Signs of an immature man

Midterm Tips

Krissy Turner Lifestyles manager We all get stressed over midterms.  Who doesn’t? Here are some tips for when midterms come around. Take a break when you’re studying for midterms because even your brain needs a break!  It can be overwhelming to try to cram all of the information you’re studying for in one sitting! … Continue reading Midterm Tips

“Courageous” review

Krissy Turner Lifestyles Editor “Courageous” is about four police officers who struggle with their faith and their roles as husbands and fathers after a tragedy strikes and they make a decision that changes all of their lives. This movie came out Sept. 30, 2011, with the cast of Alex Kendrick, Ken Bevel, Kevin Downes, … Continue reading “Courageous” review

Kelly named PSAC Defensive Athlete of the Week

Adam Kaylor Graduate Assistant LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Senior guard Christian Kelly (Phoenixville, Pa./Phoenixville) of the Lock Haven University men’s basketball team was named this week’s Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Defensive Athlete of the Week for the Eastern Division. The award marks back to back weeks Kelly has been honored by the PSAC … Continue reading Kelly named PSAC Defensive Athlete of the Week

Going to concerts help

Kristin Turner Lifestyle Editor There was a study done that showed that going to concerts can help you live longer and can increase your overall wellbeing. Seeing live music twice a month can extend your life expectancy by nine years. The study showed that concert attendance resulted in a 21 percent increase in feelings … Continue reading Going to concerts help

Town Hall Meeting

Managing Editor Town Hall meeting President Robert Pignatello told students, faculty, and staff that further budget cuts had to be made to the sustainability plan for LHU at the town hall meeting on Tuesday. “This is truly a call to action for us as an institution, as the family I think we are,” Pignatello … Continue reading Town Hall Meeting