Dayna Bloch Managing Editor email@example.com April 24, 2014 Clearly, not everyone you date will lead you to happily ever after, but some may meet these standards of “the one.” If he matches up with some of Cosmo’s rules, you may have found yourself a keeper. 1. You actually want to tell your parents about him. … Continue reading Is he a keeper?
Kayla Marsh A&E Editor firstname.lastname@example.org April 24, 2014 Orange is the New Black is the Internet sensation that has taken the nation by storm. Everyone logged on to Netflix to watch Piper Chapman, played by Taylor Schilling, struggle to accept her place amongst a group of women who just “took a wrong turn on the … Continue reading Back behind bars with ‘Orange is the New Black’
Chris Fravel Staff Writer email@example.com April 24, 2014 The kid in class that always has something to say. I can appreciate somebody contributing to discussions and being an active student so as to enrich the classroom experience, but there is a limit. Just because the topic is interesting and perhaps even controversial does not mean you have … Continue reading You know what really ruffles my feathers?
Spencer McCoy Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org April 24, 2014 After nothing but singles for the past four years, Hip-Hop artist, Asher Roth finally released his second studio album, “Retro Hash,” which oddly enough is an anagram of his name. The album officially dropped April 22. I feel torn when trying to review this album. The album … Continue reading The Album Arena: Asher Roth’s ‘Retro Hash’ a bit harsh
Sarah Eckrich Opinion Editor email@example.com April 24, 2014 Four students have combined ambition with luck to record and release an album, their first, on Wednesday, April 23. Abe Williams, a senior majoring in Business Administration, Gregory Snook, a senior majoring in History, Kiefer Hart, a junior majoring in History and Chris Welker, a senior majoring … Continue reading Student band releases album
Bret Pallotto Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org April 24, 2014 The No. 7 Lock Haven Lady Eagles lacrosse team (14-2, 10-1 PSAC) defeated the Kutztown Golden Bears (4-11, 2-9 PSAC) by a final score of 17-0 for their twelfth consecutive victory. This was the first shut out for the women’s lacrosse team since April 12, 1995. Chrissy … Continue reading Lacrosse shuts out Kutztown
Ariel Guerra Design Editor email@example.com April 24, 2014 It’s been a repeated metaphorical phrase that you should “never judge a book by its cover” but many of today’s tech savvy singles are doing just that on the highly popular dating app, Tinder. With over 48,000 recommendations on Google Plus alone, it’s not shocking to see … Continue reading It’s going down, I’m yelling Tinder
Alexa Weissert Guest Writer firstname.lastname@example.org April 24, 2014 Why do people seem to become uncomfortable when they hear the phrase “STD testing?” Throughout my years of college, I have never understood why those words are taboo nor why people seem to get so embarrassed about it. We are all adults and this is a serious … Continue reading STD tests: Exams worth taking
Lisa Conner Staff Writer email@example.com April 24, 2014 It is hard to believe that next week is the last week of classes. There is no doubt that everyone is very excited to see the semester end. Although we are all happy about the coming end of this school year, it is also hard to say … Continue reading Stay in touch with LHU friends this summer
Kyra Smith-Cullen News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org April 24, 2014 An equal rights organization named LHU and nine other Pennsylvania state universities in a complaint alleging that the athletic departments have failed to provide opportunities for women. The Women’s Law Project, a group that aims to advance equal rights, filed the complaint with the Department of Education’s … Continue reading LHU named in equal rights complaint