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

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

“After Hours” review

Tiana Gair A&E Editor Canadian R&B singer and songwriter The Weeknd is back to his old ways with a new single “After Hours” and an album release date for his fans. The Weeknd, also known as Abel Tesfaye, has been teasing fans with the new album for months. On Feb. 13, he announced the … Continue reading “After Hours” review

Gift ideas for Valentine’s Day

Tess English Online Manager  There is one big question on people’s minds at the beginning of February: what do I get my significant other for Valentine’s Day? Couples that have been together for a while may have already run through the standard teddy bear, chocolates and are looking for something outside of the box … Continue reading Gift ideas for Valentine’s Day

5 things to avoid on a date

Kiara Carson Managing Editor Valentine’s Day is the day that’s supposed to be about love and romancing that one special person in your life that makes your heart beat so fast it could burst! Unfortunately, not everyone has the same experience because most people aren’t even into the whole idea of love or know … Continue reading 5 things to avoid on a date

Dean publishes 27th book

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor John Nauright, dean of the Stephen Poorman College of Business, Information Systems and Human Services at LHU, published his 27th book, Routledge Handbook of Global Sport, on Jan. 20 of this year. The book was published with Sarah Zipp, a professor at Stirling University in Scotland. Nauright met Zipp through … Continue reading Dean publishes 27th book

Bentley dessert hack

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor If you’ve ever been to upper Bentley, you know that the food isn’t always the best that it can be, but there are a few things you can try to make your desserts just a little bit better. Here’s a list of Bentley dessert hacks: 1) Ice cream floats- It … Continue reading Bentley dessert hack

Kobe Bryant Death Reaction

Mark Matthews Opinions Editor On January 26, the whole world was in shock and disbelief as reports came out that Kobe Bryant lost his life in a helicopter crash in California. In addition, the eight other passengers with Bryant succumbed in the crash, including Kobe’s 13 year old daughter, Gianna who was a  basketball … Continue reading Kobe Bryant Death Reaction

Superbowl Halftime Performance

Kiara Carson Managing Editor The 54th Superbowl was featured this past Sunday, February 2nd, and had Shakira and Jennifer Lopez grace the stage for the halftime show. Let’s just say they did an excellent job and really brought the house down with their amazing singing and dancing, beautiful outfits, and great representation of Latin … Continue reading Superbowl Halftime Performance