LHU's President's Commission on LGBTQ Affairs and Student Activities Office is hosting speaker Mr. Sinclair Sexsmith in "Identities in a Label Free World" on Wednesday Apr. 6 from 6:30-8:00 in PUB #2. Sexsmith will be discussing the difference between labels and identities and the liberation that can come from words.
This year’s NCAA March Madness Tournament was full of upsets and did not yield on the excitement. With the Final Four containing only one number one seed, many brackets were busted. The University of North Carolina (UNC) has remained strong throughout the tournament winning by double digits in every victory. The Tar Heels will be playing Syracuse, a tenth seed, who has shocked its way into the final four with victory after victory.
This year, the Lock Haven University softball team has gotten off to a hot start, posting a 19-9 record so far. A big reason for that is because of the excellent play from freshman pitcher Bekah Slattery. Slattery is leading the team in ERA, with wins and strikeouts, and has been a major reason behind the team’s success this season.
During spring break, a group of students from LHU took a trip down to North Carolina through MountainServe to build a house for a single mother and her five children. Thirteen students gathered together and took an eight hour drive down to Newport, North Carolina at 4:30 in the morning.
Transferring from a Division-I school to a Division-II school obviously comes with its differences--especially when it’s from Rutgers to Lock Haven. Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. is home to 40,000-plus students. Lock Haven is home to a mere 5,000. Rutgers in New Brunswick has a train station. People in Lock Haven may be hard-pressed to know what an electric train is.
The Lock Haven University baseball team took one of two games last Saturday at Foundation Fields against rival Shippensburg. After splitting two games the day before at Shippensburg, the four-game series concluded with another two-game split at the Haven.
3/18/16 Off Campus Assist LHPD with intoxicated individuals. Individuals left scene prior to officers arrival. 3/18/16 Jack Stadium Report of Suspicious Person. Person excercising on track. 3/19/16 Off Campus Traffic Stop initiated for failure to stop at posted stop sign and headlight out. Citation issued for stop sign violation and verbal warning given for headlight out.
On Wednesday, Mar. 23, the North Carolina governor signed a bill that will prevent transgender individuals from using bathrooms and changing rooms that align with their gender identity. House Bill 2, The Public Facilities and Security Act, states that it will “provide for single-sex multiple occupancy bathroom and changing facilities in schools and public agencies and to create statewide consistency in regulation of employment and public accommodations.”
Since the advent of writing, libraries have served as a repository and commons of knowledge, providing information access to those who could not afford vast personal collections and hard-to-find archival materials to those who would use them for research and scholarship. Whereas library access was restricted to exclusive groups of elites and intellectuals for much of history
We are addicted to our technology. We depend on it for almost everything, especially our phones. Do you think you’re capable of spending a day technology free? We can jokingly say yes, one day won’t kill us and it’s totally possible. But really think about it. How many times a day do you use technology? TV? Phones? Computers? Tablets? Nooks? Kindles? They’re everywhere. How about we try to cut back just a little so we can actually see the world around us and enjoy it a little bit more?