Student views veganism as lifestyle, not diet

By Gina Melasecca Staff Writer gmelasec@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 “Where do you get your protein?” is usually the first question people ask vegans. Devon Cataldi explains, “The general outlook on vegans is that we are malnourished, restricting our life experiences, and that we think we are better than everyone else.” Cataldi is a senior athletic … Continue reading Student views veganism as lifestyle, not diet

Reporting on the Run

Is homophobia an issue in LHU athletics?   “We seem to have a pretty accepting community throughout the school, but I’m not a part of any sports, so I don’t really know,” - Thomas Oerther, a junior majoring in math.     “I don’t really know because I’m not in any sports, but I would hope … Continue reading Reporting on the Run

Held hostage by new action packed CBS show

By Heather Treaster Staff Writer hlt5557@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 The fall season is characterized by many things: colored leaves, apple cider, and of course, the kickoff of fall television. One of the most anticipated shows for me has been the premiere of CBS’s “Hostages”, starring Dylan McDermott (also seen in “An American Horror Story”) and … Continue reading Held hostage by new action packed CBS show

Visiting biologist does bugs, brains and Darwinism

By Devon Wiser Guest Writer dmw5758@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 LHU hosted guest speaker Jay Hosler, a biology professor at Juniata College, on Sept. 23, to talk about his published graphic novels relating to honeybees, the eye, evolution and Darwin. When Hosler was young and on a family trip, he came across his first comic book: … Continue reading Visiting biologist does bugs, brains and Darwinism

Professor’s poetry shines light on everyday life

By Jane Spitnale Staff Writer jes6921@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 “Local News from Someplace Else”, the newly released collection of poetry written by Lock Haven University’s own Professor Marjorie Maddox Hafer is perhaps the most intriguing form of poetry students could come across. “Local News from Someplace Else” is not your typical poetry collection of say, … Continue reading Professor’s poetry shines light on everyday life

Incorporate exercise into everyday activities

Lisa Conner Staff Writer lconner@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 With school work getting more heavy by the day, you might find it more difficult to make it to the gym. Here are some tips to add some additional exercise into your hectic daily routine of classes and activities. LHU is full of stairs, but if you’re … Continue reading Incorporate exercise into everyday activities

Wrestle against homophobia

By Chris Gill Staff Writer cjg9648@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 What happens when an all American wrestler wears an LGBTQ rights sticker on his headgear during matches?  Along with turning heads, he spawns a movement in the athletic community with the goal of the equal acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer athletes. Upcoming speaker … Continue reading Wrestle against homophobia

Volleyball kills opponents

William Cowley Guest Writer wcowley@lhup.edu September 26, 2013 After two dominating performances the previous day at Thomas Field House, the Lady Eagles women’s volleyball team looked to continue their streak on Saturday against the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots. Once again, victory ensued. Lock Haven shutout Ohio Valley 3-0, the second game outscoring the Fighting Scots … Continue reading Volleyball kills opponents