The Oracular Beard With Jared Conti

By Jared Conti in Arts & Entertainment May 3, 2012 -------------- Future Histories Who knows what the future may hold. This being the last installment of The Beard (for the summer, at any rate) I’ve decided to take a trip down memory lane with Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler’s newest joint effort The Future of Us. … Continue reading The Oracular Beard With Jared Conti

Rec Management students go to camp

By Anna Cornog in News May 3, 2012 --------------- Students majoring in recreation management in the community/commercial track as well as the outdoors track are required to take RECR325: Camp Counseling and Administration. All semester long, Lock Haven recreation management members planned a three-day camp for the Central Mountain Middle School 6th grade students. The trip … Continue reading Rec Management students go to camp

Networking at the 2012 SEME Conference

By Adam Williams in Sports May 3, 2012 --------------- In late March, several Sports Administration majors along with other students from LHU, traveled down to Washington D.C. to the 2012 SEME Conference. The conference was hosted at the Washington Nationals Ballpark and featured many prominent speakers within the sports media profession. Representatives from the NCAA, NHL, … Continue reading Networking at the 2012 SEME Conference

Upsets continue to be story in round 2

By Adam Williams in Sports May 3, 2012 -------------- The second round of the NHL Playoffs are picking up right where the first ended, with surprising starts. The eighth seeded Los Angeles Kings have a  two games to none lead over the No. 2 seeded St. Louis Blues with strong, balanced offense headlined by Anze Kopitar. … Continue reading Upsets continue to be story in round 2

Outstanding Alumnus: Bryan Janke

By Katelyn Hibbard in News May 3, 2012 --------------- What do you think of when you envision all of the different applications, or apps, available for products such as iPods? Maybe the conveniences of having them, their interactivity, or the mass number of apps in existence now. What about the computer coding that goes into making … Continue reading Outstanding Alumnus: Bryan Janke

Jive with Josie

Got a question, need an answer or just plain nosy? Then send your questions in and jive with Josie. She’s here to help with all your life’s dilemmas, so drop her an e-mail at jivewithjosie@yahoo.com. It’s completely anonymous, so spill your guts and get some advice.   Dear Josie, I think I might have a … Continue reading Jive with Josie

Haven History: The Early Days

By Lou Bernard in Arts and Entertainment May 3, 2012 -------------- The year was 1833. Lock Haven didn’t exist yet. All that existed was a small community with a few shacks, a couple of cabins, and the hotel that would later become the Heisey Museum. Over the summer, the canal-building Irish and Germans had flared up … Continue reading Haven History: The Early Days

Goodbye 2011-12 staff, hello new editors

The Eagle Eye would like to extend a warm welcome to our staff members for the 2012-2013 academic year: Erin Tierney (Editor-in-Chief) Katelyn Hibbard (News Editor) Nico Salvatori (Opinions Editor) Angela Fries (Arts & Entertainment Editor) Kyra Smith-Cullen (Arts & Entertainment Editor) Brittany Valentine (Online/Social Media) Ariel Guerra (Advertising Team) Travis Deaver (Advertising Team) William … Continue reading Goodbye 2011-12 staff, hello new editors

The man behind the Sports Section: A Thank You to Doug Spatafore

By Adam Williams in Sports May 3, 2012 -------------- When one opens up the Eagle Eye’s Sports Section, they would assume to see Alex’s or my name or other writer’s names plastered throughout.  Instead, the publication relies heavily on the universities Sports Information Director, Doug Spatafore. Spatafore was a student here from the years 2002 to … Continue reading The man behind the Sports Section: A Thank You to Doug Spatafore