Within the dark recesses of the vault, behind all of the story driven games that are very popular today, is the excellence of “Zork”. “Zork” is a text adventure (basically an interactive novel) released in 1977 by Personal Software in full, and later, commercially in 1980 by Infocom and Activision, for the Personal Computer. When it was released commercially, it was split into three different games
The Lock Haven University baseball team dropped both games of a doubleheader to Bloomsburg on Monday at Harford Community College in Bel Air, Md. Both games were played at Harford Community College due to unplayable field conditions in Pa.
The No. 2 Lock Haven University women’s lacrosse team (4-0 overall, 2-0 PSAC) continued to show its dominance against the Fighting Scots of Edinboro (4-1 overall, 1-1 PSAC) with a 19-5 win at Charlotte E. Smith field. The win gives the lady eagles their 17th straight regular season win, which dates back to exactly a year ago on March 25th, 2014
Relay for Life is a time, once a year, where students, faculty and the community join forces in the battle against cancer. This year, Lock Haven University beat their Relay goal by raising $26,176.83, up by almost $2,000 from last year’s funds of $24,183.50. The event took place in the Student Rec Center on Friday, March 20.
Senior Zach Mains was named the 2014-15 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Men’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Year and became the first Lock Haven Bald Eagle to earn the award since Ryan Blood did so in 2005-06. Mains, who already received All-Region honors, was ranked No. 17 in all of Division II.
One-hundred and eighty-nine Lock Haven student-athletes recorded a GPA of 3.25 or higher during the fall 2014 semester. The 189 student-athletes who achieved 3.25 GPA represented 44 percent of the university’s student-athlete population.
Lately, I have felt completely out of my element. I didn’t wake up one morning and suddenly feel like less of an operative Sarah. It’s more like I woke up one morning and started misreading and misdoing things.
I often used to ask myself if college was really going to be worth all the studying, the debt and late night procrastinating. I also used to attend another college and in a mere six months, after being academically suspended I truly understood why college is worth it. It’s not just for a career and a better future, but for intellectual growth.
These days it is hard to come across respect when you are different. I look around and see people judging others for being who they are and this fact upsets me greatly. People go around saying it’s 2015 and asking why we don’t have flying cars or teleportation or whatever else the futuristic movies told us about 2015.
It really fires me up when professors think it’s a-okay to walk into their own class late. Not only does this make them look unprofessional and unreliable, but it sets a standard that it’s okay to come to class late. I can give the benefit of the doubt if an unforeseen event occurs such as car trouble, a sick child or an accident.