Police Reports

Date Rec Time Rec Responding  Officer Location Description 2/8/14 7:32:00 PM Getz Fairview Suites Drug Offense-report of an odor of marjuana.  No marijuana or paraphernalia found. 2/9/14 2:10:00 AM McCauley Fairview Suites Underage Drinking-RA warned people about being loud and overheard people talking about drinking.  Officers dould not detect any signs of alcohol consumption.  Incident … Continue reading Police Reports


How to prepare for the ‘Hannibal’ season premiere

By Kathleen Ellison A&E Editor kae742@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 Our beloved cannibal is finally coming back with plenty of knives, blood and suspense. The NBC show “Hannibal” will be starting its second season this Friday night at ten. Season one of the hit psychological thriller was filled with suspense and gore, and season two is … Continue reading How to prepare for the ‘Hannibal’ season premiere

New Marvel movie stirring excitement

Heather Treaster Staff Writer hlt5557@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 Marvel’s newest comic-to-movie conquest has been announced: “The Guardians of the Galaxy”. Why should you care? The movie is written and directed by James Gunn, who is responsible for works such as the remake of “Dawn of the Dead” and “Movie 43”. Don’t forget to include the … Continue reading New Marvel movie stirring excitement

Calendar of Events

Friday, March 7 Culture through Coffee: Destination Finland in Avenue 209 at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March 8 Make up for classes canceled on February 6. Speak to your professors to see if they are holding class. Sunday, March 9 Spring Choir Concert in Price Auditorium at 3:00 p.m. Monday, March 10 End of First Half … Continue reading Calendar of Events

Brighten up your winter wardrobe

Lisa Conner Staff Writer lconner@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 As these winter months drag on, I know that most of us are getting tired of our winter wardrobe.  Each day we wake up and put on boots, hats, scarves and heavy coats. The repetition of the same sweaters has become monotonous.  Everyone cannot wait for warmer … Continue reading Brighten up your winter wardrobe

Baseball falls in tournament

Doug Spatafore Sports Information dspatafo@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 The Lock Haven University baseball team (3-2) fell to Kutztown Sunday Feb. 23, 5-4 in the championship game of the Builder Invitational hosted by the Apprentice School. The Bald Eagles held a 4-1 advantage heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, but Kutztown rallied to score … Continue reading Baseball falls in tournament

‘Glee’ dancing back on to the screen

Alex Rago Staff Writer acr4144@lhup.edu February 27, 2013 Well Gleeks, Glee is back! After going on a three-month hiatus and showing a very provocative never-aired Christmas episode from 2012 before the break, writers Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan have brought back the show making sure it hits all the high notes. Who knew … Continue reading ‘Glee’ dancing back on to the screen

You know what really ruffles my feathers?

Chris Fravel Staff Writer cfravel@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 Religious nuts occupying the nicest part of campus. I like to think of myself as a rather open-minded guy. It does not matter your religion, your political affiliation or your way-of-life; as long as you do not negatively impact what I am doing, I will not judge you or what … Continue reading You know what really ruffles my feathers?

Speakers celebrate national women’s history month

Kyra Smith-Cullen News Editor ksmithcu@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 As part of National Women’s History Month, the Women and Gender Studies department will be hosting a series of four presentations recognizing women throughout the month. The first one, lead by Professor David Russell, is a discussion about Denise Kiernan’s book, “Girls of Atomic City: The Untold … Continue reading Speakers celebrate national women’s history month

Lady Eagles split doubleheader

Doug Spatafore Sports Information dspatafo@lhup.edu February 27, 2014 The LHU softball team (2-2) split a pair of games Sunday, Feb. 23 on the second day of the 2014 Shaw University Challenge. Lock Haven opened with an early-morning game against Claflin (3-2). The Lady Eagles lost 3-2 on a walk-off single in the bottom of the … Continue reading Lady Eagles split doubleheader