Top five Broadway Shows

By Kathleen Ellison A&E Editor March 14, 2013 During my recent trip to New York City, I was reminded of all the amazing musicals I have seen on Broadway. There is something about musicals that seem to capture the raw energy of life and kick us in the heart with it. I thought I would … Continue reading Top five Broadway Shows

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Date ideas for spring break

By Jaimee Kester Staff Writer March 14, 2013 Spring Break is a glorious time for college students. The weather is just beginning to get warm again, it marks the halfway point of the semester and it’s a full 9 days without classes. While this leaves plenty of time for sleeping in and catching up with friends and … Continue reading Date ideas for spring break

Greeks give back to community

By Wendy Walsh Student Life Coordinator March 14, 2013 The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the governing body overseeing the Social Fraternities on campus (Phi Mu Delta, Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Chi Rho, and Kappa Delta Rho). Fraternities host many activities around campus; the Belonging workshops in the residence halls, campus cleanups, Greek Week, open recreation … Continue reading Greeks give back to community

Get pumped to pump iron

Dayna Bloch Lifestyles Editor March 14, 2013 We’ve all been there, you make plans to start going to the gym on a regular basis, whether it be because you want to lose weight, stay healthy, or just want a little muscle, but when the time comes there always seems to be an excuse not to … Continue reading Get pumped to pump iron

Fantasy novel offers a touch of potential

By Kyra Smith-Cullen A&E Editor March 14, 2013 With some books, all it takes is a look at the summary to know it will be something that you’ll enjoy. “Touch of Power” by Maria Snyder looks good at face value, but ultimately fails. At first, the story has true potential, presenting a fantasy world where … Continue reading Fantasy novel offers a touch of potential

Top 5 things to do over Spring break

By Christian Perry Staff Writer cperry2@lhup.edu March 14, 2013 1. Go on vacation After all the ups and downs of Lock Haven’s weather this season, I think its safe to say we all need a vacation to a warmer location. I wouldn’t mind spending my week partying on a beach somewhere down in Florida. For … Continue reading Top 5 things to do over Spring break

Obituaries/Funerals

Disclaimer: The following obituary is entirely fictional. Its subject is, in fact, alive and kickin.’ March 14, 2013 Kyra Smith-Cullen, LHU Sophomore and the A&E editor for the widely-read Lock Haven Eagle Eye, went permanently out of print on Wednesday, March 13, after being trapped beneath a mountain of books, suffering several blows to the … Continue reading Obituaries/Funerals

Film Box Retrospective: ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane’ with Kathleen Ellison

March 14, 2013 I watched this classic recently and I just couldn’t help myself, I had to write a review. I’m sure you might have heard of this crazy story, but you really need to see it. Who doesn’t love movies filled with insanity, torture, murder, and weird dolls. This 1962 thriller is directed by … Continue reading Film Box Retrospective: ‘Whatever Happened to Baby Jane’ with Kathleen Ellison

Club spotlight: Alpha Kappa Psi

By Bill Whale Staff Writer March 14, 2013 On October 5, 1904, Alpha Kappa Psi was founded by four New York University students, Frederic R. Leach, Nathan Lane Jr., Howard M. Jefferson, and George L. Bergen. Even though it was originally a strictly male fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi opened its doors to women in 1976. … Continue reading Club spotlight: Alpha Kappa Psi

Smartphone plus hard times equals poor choice

By Spencer Myers Copy Editor March 14, 2013 A smartphone is a luxury. When times are tough, say, during a recession, then the general population is forced to give up luxuries If you are a 19-year-old mother raising a child on your own, you should not own a smartphone. If you are just out of … Continue reading Smartphone plus hard times equals poor choice