Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The History Channel released a documentary called “15 Septembers Later” on Sept. 5. The documentary includes interviews of over 40 people, sharing their never-before-told stories from the events on Sept. 11, 2001. Among those interviewed are President Bush, Vice President Cheney, and the commissioners from both the New York Police and […]
James Murray Columnist email@example.com The sense of smell is one of the most powerful human senses. Take coffee shops and bakeries for example: People enjoy the ambience because it’s pleasant and inviting. Now think of places that are too overpowering… Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister come to mind. One walks in the entrance and the […]
Derek Danneker Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The first presidential debate was Monday, September 27. The first 30 minutes were strong for Donald Trump, but his calm rhetoric soon gave way to attacks with blithe. Hillary Clinton negotiated the terrain carefully – as always – but brought up points with weight later in the debate. The Debate […]
Meghan Maustellar Staff Writer email@example.com As most students know by now, faculty members in the 14 universities of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) have been working without a contract since Jun. 30, 2015. The negotiations for a new and fair contract have been going on since August 2014 with little evidence of […]
Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The 2015 Lock Haven University Field Hockey team finished a strong season with a 15-5 record last November. In a loaded schedule that included a huge, program-win over Penn State, many would say that is a solid season. This year’s team has aspirations of taking that one step further. Senior goalkeeper […]
Head coach Dave Taynor’s offense continued to round into form as the 2016 Crimson and White game marked the end of the spring season. Taynor, who was hired on April 12th of last year, enters his first full offseason at the helm of the Bald Eagles. The offense took the spring game by a score of 78-40 over the defense.
The Lock Haven University baseball team (17-22 overall, 6-14 PSAC) definitely had some upset victories in mind, but it wasn’t enough as the team lost three out of four games to East Stroudsburg University (30-10 overall, 13-7 PSAC) last weekend. The ESU warriors are currently ranked No. 14 in the nation.
The Lock Haven University women’s basketball team had a very good campaign this season as they made the PSAC playoffs for the second year in a row, a feat not achieved by the program since 1991.
With the primaries upon us, it is nearly impossible to go a day without hearing about the latest dumb thing that Trump has said, the next point on Bernie’s socialist agenda, or another reason why Clinton isn’t ‘hip.’
There are the occasional incidents of cheating in high school where if a student gets caught, they will either get a warning or detention. College, though, is a different story. It is much more serious. According to standford.edu, “Academic cheating is defined as representing someone else’s work as your own. It can take many forms, including sharing another’s work
The HOPE Center hosted its annual Take Back the Night rally on Wednesday, April 12 on the steps of Price Auditorium. The event started with a speech from Professor Lisette Schillig, the HOPE Center director and Advisory Board chair. Amanda Frayeh from sports studies spoke about sports and sexual assault.
Monday night, Donald Trump’s ex wife Marla Maples was eliminated from season 22 of Dancing with the Stars. Maples and her partner Tony Dovolani had a total score of 28 with their waltz to “Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid” as a part of Disney night. The elimination of Maples and Dovolani gave relief to “Fuller House” star Jodie Sweetin, who was also unsafe on Monday’s episode.
Heading into Tuesday’s PSAC lacrosse game against Bloomsburg, Lock Haven was down 12 players. Five of those 12 have had their names regularly penciled into the starting lineup.
Waking up to a string of text messages and alerts of someone dying is not the best way to wake up. Flyers founder and owner Ed Snider died early Monday morning at age 83 after a two-year battle with cancer. Reading those texts and alerts of Snider’s passing put my day in a depressed state before I even stepped one foot out of my bed. I knew Snider had been battling cancer, but I didn’t realize it had been this bad.
4/1/16 W Church St/4th Street: Intoxicated males transported by LHUPD to off-campus residence due to intoxication levels. 4/1/16 Outside Sullivan Hall: Bicycle found and placed in storage. 4/1/16 400 N Fairview Street: Complaint of erratic driver on a motorcycle. Officer made contact with driver and issued traffic citation.