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 […]
Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The Philadelphia Eagles are 2-0 to start the season. Let me rephrase that: The Philadelphia Eagles have opened up the season 2-0 with two drama-free, simple wins. The keywords in that sentence: Drama-free, simple. For the past three years, all Eagles fans have been around is drama. Drama surrounding the organization. […]
Alex Sklar Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The Lock Haven University football team is now (0-4) to start the season. The Haven fell in there first PSAC East Division game of the year to preseason favorite West Chester (2-2) this past Saturday 37-7. West Chester got on the board first with a 20 yard field goal […]
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.
Charlotte Smith Field was alive and filled with energy on Sunday afternoon as the then No. 13 Lock Haven University lacrosse team hosted then No. 11 Limestone. It really was a playoff-like atmosphere for Lock Haven’s final home game of the 2016 season. They didn’t disappoint. The Bald Eagles put on an offensive and defensive clinic in the first half, outscoring Limestone 8-2.
4/8/16 Durrwachter: Traffic stop for tail light partially out. Driver and passenger were both under influence of narcotics. Driver taken into custody for DUI and transported for testing. Criminal complaints to be filed. 4/8/16 Susquehanna Ave: Traffic stop for modified exhaust. Verbal warning given. 4/9/16 Off campus: Traffic stop initiated for failure to stop at posted stop sign. Citation issued.
College, for most of us, marks a large milestone in our lives, preparing us for the next big thing. I went into college with my own set of expectations promising endless opportunities and new life experiences.. Oh boy, could I have been anymore wrong. Not being in a school setting for quite some time (I am not a tradition freshman), I figured it would have a similar structure of high school with just a larger work load. To me, this included not having to study and being able to procrastinate, and I could pass with no problem.
Sometimes you can say something so small and simple to someone and never realize how deeply your words may affect them. The communications professor at Rowan University definitely didn’t think he would change my life simply by giving me, a random student taking a tour of campus, curriculum advice.
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.