Program creates opportunity for GED education

By Erica Smith esmith@lhup.edu May 9, 2013 The Development Center for Adults has been in the Clinton County area since they discovered the area needed a GED program in 1982. The center originally started out as just a basic GED program and to their success, 76 students showed up the first night of classes. The … Continue reading Program creates opportunity for GED education

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Oh, the places we go: English Club visits Massachusetts

By Spencer Myers Copy Editor May 9, 2013 There is an inspiration that emanates from inhabiting the same space in which a writer created his work that cannot be achieved through simply reading. The English Club got to experience the creation of American literature firsthand last weekend with a romp around New England. They saw … Continue reading Oh, the places we go: English Club visits Massachusetts

Track & Field looks to go the distance

By Tyler Rumsey Sports Information May 9, 2013 The Lock Haven University men’s and women’s outdoor track & field teams are set for the 2013 PSAC Championships. The three-day meet begins on Thursday, May 9 and runs through Saturday, May 11 at Millersville University’s Biemsderfer Stadium. The Bald Eagles finished fifth a year ago as … Continue reading Track & Field looks to go the distance

Top 5 ways to pass your finals

By Christian Perry Staff Writer cperry2@lhup.edu 1. Relax I know that finals are right around the corner and it's natural to stress, but don't forget to take some time and relax. I’m not saying spend all week hanging out doing nothing, but all work and no play is not good. 2. Study I think this … Continue reading Top 5 ways to pass your finals

Tasty therapy: Comfort found in the kitchen

By Sarah Eckrich Staff Writer May 9, 2013 As if the end of the semester isn’t bad enough, an accumulated backlog of bad Karma has come for me this spring. I got the flu, my car broke, and my laptop committed suicide in the middle of a term paper. When a lot of bad things … Continue reading Tasty therapy: Comfort found in the kitchen

Obituaries/Funerals

Disclaimer: The following obituary is entirely fictional. Its subject is, in fact, alive and kickin.’  May 9, 2013 Christopher Gill, more affectionately known to his friends as Gill, Gillie, Gilligan, and Gilladonna, has passed away this week. Gill, known to have a pension for dangerous activity such as naked chainsaw juggling, seems to have finally … Continue reading Obituaries/Funerals

Rewriting the American Left: The modern political climate

By Guest Writer May 9, 2013 There is no serious “liberal agenda” in America, because there is no mainstream American Left. This may come as a shock to those who see our sitting president as an ultra-socialist Muslim or Lenin follower, but the record high closing of the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Tuesday proves … Continue reading Rewriting the American Left: The modern political climate

Satisfy your book craving this summer

By Lisa Conner Staff Writer May 9, 2013 It’s safe to say that we are all looking forward to summer.  Beach trips, campfires, concerts and food from the grill are all things we have to look forward to. One of the things that should be on everyone's to-do list is catching up on their reading. … Continue reading Satisfy your book craving this summer

Softball returns to national stage

By Tyler Rumsey Sports Information May 9, 2013 The Lock Haven University softball team is set to make its 10th straight NCAA Tournament appearance as the Lady Eagles open Division II Atlantic Region 1 pool play on Friday, May 10 at California (Pa.) University. Lock Haven will play a familiar face in its opening round … Continue reading Softball returns to national stage