You know what really ruffles my feathers?

Chris Fravel Staff Writer cfravel@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 When you and a friend have to go your separate ways. This is the final edition of the Eagle Eye for the spring of 2014 and the final edition ever for a few key staff members. While a lot of our own are moving on and I … Continue reading You know what really ruffles my feathers?

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Campus leaders disagree on safety information availability

Jane Spitnale Staff Writer jes6921@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 In the past 15 years since the Columbine High School shooting, America’s attitude towards the topic of mass violence on school campuses has become an area of concern. Many feel worried while others are practically used to seeing the attacks on schools, wondering, am I next? The … Continue reading Campus leaders disagree on safety information availability

White House task force tackles sexual assault on campus

Vicky Kramer Staff Writer vak1553@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 Across the U.S, colleges and universities deem their campuses safe environments for students. But how safe are they really? Almost daily there are stories on the news of shootings, bomb threats and assaults occurring on U.S college campuses. In recent news, The White House task force is … Continue reading White House task force tackles sexual assault on campus

Twitter posts pernicious, pornographic

Professor Gayatri Devi Guest Writer gdevi@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 Social media. Attention from the opposite sex. Fun. Innocent. Boost Self-esteem. Meet new people. The Unknown. The Mystery. Russian Roulette. Hobbies. Entertainment. Amuse.   These are some of the terms used to describe the LHU Crushes twitter feed in the Eagle Eye article entitled “Recent campus twitter trend … Continue reading Twitter posts pernicious, pornographic

LHU Crushes Twitter page is toxic

Alexa Weissert Guest Writer aweisser@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 Feminism is contagious, and our campus is no exception. The more professors, faculty or students who voice their opinions on issues, the more others want to join in. Unfortunately, this applies to both positive and negative attitudes. I get discouraged by the attitudes on campus about sexual … Continue reading LHU Crushes Twitter page is toxic

Track leaps over last hurdle

Bret Pallotto Staff Writer bmp6070@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 The Lock Haven men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams will compete in the 2014 PSAC Outdoor Championships at Shippensburg University. The men’s team will send 17 athletes that will participate in 23 individual events. The team placed fourth at last year’s PSAC Championships and will … Continue reading Track leaps over last hurdle

Sprinting to championships

Doug Spatafore Sports Information dspatafo@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 The Lock Haven University men’s and women’s outdoor track & field teams capped off the 2014 regular season with another fine showing on Sunday, April 27 at Cornell Big Red Invitational. Lock Haven will return to action on Thursday, May 1 at the 2014 Pennsylvania State Athletic … Continue reading Sprinting to championships

No Silver for Sterling

Chris Fravel Staff Writer cfravel@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 On the afternoon of Tuesday, April the 29th of 2014 a huge announcement was made that not only rocked the NBA, but the world of Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. NBA commissioner, Adam Silver, took the podium for to speak on the topic of … Continue reading No Silver for Sterling

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LAX to host PSAC Tournament

Erika White Sports Editor ewhite@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 The LHU lacrosse team (15-2) will be hosting the 2014 PSAC Tournament this Friday through Saturday. Lock Haven, who is currently ranked #1, will verse #5 West Chester on Friday at 1 p.m. #2 Mercyhurst will then play against #3 IUP at 4 p.m. Leading the team … Continue reading LAX to host PSAC Tournament

Create a fresh summer salad

Jaimee Kester Lifestyles Editor jlk7206@lhup.edu May 1, 2014 When summer comes along the last thing anyone wants to do is heat up an oven, let alone spend hours slaving away in the kitchen when you could be enjoying the outdoors. Quick summer salads are a great way to avoid heating up your home with an … Continue reading Create a fresh summer salad