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90s albums you may have missed

John Sosnowski Copy Editor April 20, 2017 It seems nostalgia for the pop culture of the Nineties is at an all-time high. With the twenty and thirty-somethings who grew up with it now plodding through in a poor economy, can you blame them for feeling sentimental about Nicktoons and “Space Jam?” The reminiscence extends […]

An Insider’s View of One Slight Hitch

Katharine Grubb Staff Writer April 20, 2017   An insider’s view of one slight hitch These past two weekends, instead of sleeping or hanging with friends, I spent my evenings performing in “One Slight Hitch” LHU’s main-stage spring semester play. While being in the show prohibits me from writing an accurate and unbiased article […]

Your rad summer road trip playlist

Katharine Grubb Staff Writer April 20, 2017   Your summer road trip playlist Because this is the last issue of The Eagle Eye before spring semester is officially over and summer break begins, I thought it would be appropriate to create a summer-vacationer playlist to enjoy on the road in celebration of this rejuvenating […]

Upgrade your style

John Sosnowski Copy Editor April 20, 2017   Some guys might think that style is something you either have or don’t, or that improving yours requires spending hundreds apiece for shirts you saw in fashion magazines. I used to live in graphic tees and shabby jeans, partly due to personal preference in younger years […]

Lock Haven set to sponsor Earth Day Recycling Event

Bret Pallotto Managing Editor April 20, 2017   The Facilities and Maintenance Department at Lock Haven University will be sponsoring an Earth Day Recycling Event on Saturday, April 22 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Hursh-Nevel building. The event, which is open to faculty, staff and students, is attempting to aid in […]

The Eagle Eye: Our favorite on-campus studying locations

Eagle Eye Staff Special to the Eagle Eye April 20, 2017   The Eagle Eye continues with our series where we put all of our minds together to come up with a list of our favorite items from various topics. This week, we are going to talk about our favorite on-campus studying locations. If […]

The five best ways to ensure that your finals week is successful

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2017   It is insane to think that finals week is right around the corner.  This semester, and this entire year, have gone by incredibly fast. That being said, finals week are often regarded as being the most important (and stressful) week-long stretch you will face throughout college, which […]

O’Reilly bites the dust

Derek Danneker Opinions Editor April 20, 2017   The Bill O’Reilly Show will not be returning to the Fox News Channel amid sexual misconduct accusations. The top-ranked, primetime show would have entered its 21st season. The Show has been hemorrhaging advertisers, the number has risen to over 50, since The New York Times revealed […]

Eatery in the works

Jayson Moyer Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2017   With the additions of Odd Fella’s and the Main Street Grill, Lock Haven could be seeing a new restaurant in the coming months, too. The proposed location will be on the corner of Bellefonte Avenue and North Jones Street in Lock Haven.  In other words, the proposed […]

Sigma Kappa participates in Inherit the Earth

Bret Pallotto Managing Editor April 20, 2017   Sigma Kappa participated in a national service project called Inherit the Earth which is aimed at helping better the planet. The event took place at Shaver’s Creek and members of the sorority helped maintain trails by removing dead leaves, cutting back brush, removing fallen trees, building […]