Anti-Asian violence on the rise

Levi DietzCopy The aftermath of the March 16 shooting which took the lives of eight people, six ofwhom were Asian, has sparked many conversations on the rise in violence and racism directedtowards Asian people during the pandemic.In the days following the shooting, protestsdenouncing anti-Asian sentiment were held in large cities across the country, such … Continue reading Anti-Asian violence on the rise

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FBI Investigates Brett Kavanaugh

Cassie KellerNews Editor Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse alleged in a letter to Attorney General, Merrick Garland, that the FBI’s background investigation of Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh, was fake. In the letter, Whitehouse said “in this matter the shutters were closed, the bridge drawn up, and there was no point of entry by which members of … Continue reading FBI Investigates Brett Kavanaugh

Women’s History Month

Ian MacGregorStaff Did you know that every year in March we celebrate Women’s History Month in the UnitedStates? The purpose of this important month-long celebration of women is to reflect on theefforts, contributions, and accomplishments of women in history but to also ensure we continueto create an equitable and inclusive world for all people. … Continue reading Women’s History Month

Sarah McBride first elected openly transgender state senator

History will be made in January 2021 when Sarah McBride gets sworn in as a state senator of Delaware. McBride will become the first transgender state senator. McBride came out as a transgender woman in her college’s student newspaper, The Eagle in 2011. She went on to intern at the white house in 2012, becoming … Continue reading Sarah McBride first elected openly transgender state senator

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

Easter Playlist

Kerri HooverAd/Design Editor and News Holy Week is upon us. This week in history, Christians believe that the son of God, Jesus Christ, died on a cross as an act of salvation for the world and miraculously rose from the grave three days later. In honor of the Easter season, I have compiled a … Continue reading Easter Playlist

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Kerri HooverAd/Design Editor and News Marvel Studios’s television miniseries, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, debuted exclusively on Disney+ beginning March 19. The season will consist of six episodes with each one premiering every Friday through April 23.  Following the debut of WandaVision on Jan. 15, this is the second new Marvel TV series … Continue reading The Falcon and The Winter Soldier

Should Children Read Dr. Seuss

Kristin Turnerkat5346@lockhaven.eduOpinions Editor Six of Dr. Seuss’s books aren’t being published anymore because they have racist images.  Those books are “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” “If I Ran the Zoo,” “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” and “The Cat’s Quizzer.” An example of what the imagery contains can … Continue reading Should Children Read Dr. Seuss

Trump: Only President in US history to have two impeachments and acquittals

Kerri HooverAd/Design Manager & News Former President Donald Trump made history on Feb. 13 by becoming the first and only president in American history to be impeached and acquitted twice. Trump’s second acquisition concluded his second impeachment trial that began on Feb. 9, in which he was charged with inciting an insurrection for the … Continue reading Trump: Only President in US history to have two impeachments and acquittals

NCAA Basketball starts conference tournament play

Brittany RobertsonLifestyle The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball tournament has a “preview’’ before the show begins in mid-March. Conference tournaments are starting next week across 30 different event sites throughout the US. The winners of the conference tournament then build the bracket for the infamous NCAA tournament that is being hosted in Indianapolis. The … Continue reading NCAA Basketball starts conference tournament play

Spring Cleaning Tips

Tess EnglishOnline Spring cleaning is a time-honored tradition that might be even more important this year than previous ones. Since the COVID-19 outbreak people have been spending a lot more time in the home than any other. Cleaning up your workspace and living space can be a great boost for mental health. Besides who … Continue reading Spring Cleaning Tips

LHU students watch live otter feeding during virtual visit of the Monterey Bay Aquarium

Kerri HooverAd/Design Manager & News Lock Haven University (LHU) students and TRIO Student Support Service members explored various aquatic exhibits via Zoom during a virtual tour of the Monterey Bay Aquarium on Feb. 22. Social Work and Counseling professors, Carl Sell and Rachel Epstein, helped facilitate the event Monday afternoon. “Dr. Epstein and I … Continue reading LHU students watch live otter feeding during virtual visit of the Monterey Bay Aquarium