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

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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

Using self care to help maintain your mental health

Bethany Barrett bcb8301@lockhaven.edu Staff Writer As most college students can understand, indulging in self care can be a difficult task when you’re struggling to balance your time, money, energy, social life, and basically everything else we have to do to survive. Because of this, and other factors, a large portion of students struggle with maintaining … Continue reading Using self care to help maintain your mental health

The world is crying

Mia Swales Mxs3279@lockhaven.edu Staff Writer There is so much tension in our world. Many people go around, day-to-day, walking on eggshells, waiting for the next crisis or disaster to happen. Don’t you think we've had enough of the hate and the fear? Everyone seems scared of the future and fearful of what may happen next. … Continue reading The world is crying

Movement that’s taking the nation: #metoo

Catherine Brown kvb5480@lockhaven.edu Staff Writer According to the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN) website, one in six American women will be the victim of a completed or attempted rape in her lifetime. Many of these women spoke out on social media beginning in October of 2017 using the hashtag #metoo, often shared with … Continue reading Movement that’s taking the nation: #metoo

Top 5 best sports movies

Jayson Moyer jpm362@lockhaven.edu Managing Editor Movies are awesome, especially sports movies.  If you are a sports fan, then you know what I’m talking about. Sports movies are such an important genre; whether they are based on true events or made up, the movie is bound to get you pumped up about athletics. I spent some … Continue reading Top 5 best sports movies

Fifty Shades freed

Kiara Carson Staff Writer knc9459@lockhaven.edu It’s official! Mr. and Mrs. Grey have made another appearance on the big screen for their epic climax. For the past few years, the Fifty Shades series has been a Valentine’s day favorite for people across the country and now we can see how it finally ends. Although the collection … Continue reading Fifty Shades freed

Black Panther: Movie review

Evannah Phan A/E Editor etp7162@lockhaven.edu A liberating Marvel film that fuses world-class technology and rich greenery from a rural grassland. “Black Panther” was directed by Ryan Coogler and produced by Marvel Studios. I myself am not a huge superhero movie fanatic, but I found this film to be special and unique in its own aspect. … Continue reading Black Panther: Movie review