Grunge is back. Courtney Barnett, an Aussie-based songwriter, has released a debut album for the ages. “Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit,” released March 23rd, combines modern pop, hippie psych, and…grunge, a genre which has been dead since the 90’s made popular by bands such as Nirvana, Bush and Soundgarden.
I know what it’s like to be staring at a blank page, trying to start that essay. Or to be in the middle of a paragraph, only to completely forget what word you wanted to write. But there are several helpful sites to aid your journey.
As the semester nears its close, many seniors are learning what happens before they leave college. There are steps they must go through before they walk across that stage. The registrar’s office and other departments have held events, like their salute to the grads on March 17, to help inform seniors of the process.
Lately, I have felt completely out of my element. I didn’t wake up one morning and suddenly feel like less of an operative Sarah. It’s more like I woke up one morning and started misreading and misdoing things.
The Lock Haven University baseball team dropped both games of a doubleheader to Bloomsburg on Monday at Harford Community College in Bel Air, Md. Both games were played at Harford Community College due to unplayable field conditions in Pa.
The University Players’ will be performing two short plays, ‘Fourteen’ and ‘Cocaine’ for their Black box production, from March 18 to March 22 in Sloan 321, also known as the Countdown Theater.
The cast is all students at LHU, who have been rehearsing for over a month to perform this. It’s directed by Sean Temons, another student.
“Criminal Minds” has been a successful seasoned show, reaching the end of its 10th season. Fans have seen a few main characters come and go on the show and have always come to quickly love the new casting roles.The first member of the cast to leave the show was Elle Greenaway played by Lola Glaudini. Agent Greenaway was replaced by Emily Prentiss played by Paget Brewster.
“The Walking Dead” has been a show that kept people on their seats for the last few years, constantly coming up with different situations and scenarios that keep fans watching. “The Walking Dead”, which was originally created from the original comic series, has somewhat kept pace with the actual comic with many of the main characters and seasons having events that correspond with it.
Ever wanted to see Pac-Man eat San Francisco? Well due to some misunderstanding over some old arcade games aliens attack earth in the form of classic pixelated characters in the upcoming movie “Pixels”. “Pixels” is not the first movie based on video games, with movies like “Wreck-It Ralph”, “Resident Evil”, “Hitman” and it certainly isn’t the last. Here are five video game movies in production to keep your eye on.
The Lock Haven University boxing club showed their strength and brutality on Saturday, February 28 at the 36th annual LHU Collegiate Boxing Invitational at the Thomas Fieldhouse. At the preliminary card during the afternoon, Lock Haven’s Vito Aiello fell to Clinton McHenry from West Virginia University by a judge’s decision. The last Lock Haven boxer for the preliminary card . . .
Within the dark recesses of the vault, behind the retro video games you might remember, is the awesomeness of “Asteroids”. “Asteroids” is an arcade space shooter released by Atari, Inc. in 1979. The player controls a small triangle that represents a spaceship. This spaceship is set right in the middle of an asteroid field that flying saucers occasionally traverse.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clinton County is hosting their first 5K March 21, 2015. The 5K (The Lucky Leprechaun 5K run and walk) will take place on the levy near the university. The organization is looking to raise money to help with program activities and also get the local community and students at the university involved. Pre-registration is March 9, 2015, $20 and a guaranteed t-shirt.
ESPN has suspended Keith Olbermann after he replies to a tweet from a Penn State Alum with “…Pitiful.” After Penn State graduate tweeted at Olbermann “We Are!” with a link to THON, the dance marathon fundraiser hosted by Penn State. Olbermann replied “…Pitiful.”
The first time I pushed my mom in her wheelchair in public was about six years ago. We had to take my sister to Harrisburg International Airport at 3 o’clock in the morning and Mom was not up to relying on her cane to keep her upright. 11 years ago, after years of monthly trips to Johns Hopkins Hospital and a final nail-in-the-coffin ordeal fighting through some pretty traumatic medical negligence, my mom was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or MS.