Top five sports movies, continued

By John Sosnowski February 16, 2017 Last week, my colleague offered a list of his top 5 sports films. A quality list though it was, it left out several of my favorites, especially left-field selections outside of men’s stick-and-ball sports. So, I present 5 more sports films worth a watch. Little Giants “That’s no cheerleader, […]

Grammy awards wow the crowds

By Katharine Grubb February 16, 2017 On Sunday, Feb. 12 the 59th annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The event was hosted by James Cordon and there were hundreds of people in attendance, most of them nominees for one or more of the 30 fields and 83 categories […]

Beyonce slays, as usual

By Katharine Grubb February 16, 2017 Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter was born September 4, 1981 in Houston, Texas. She rose to fame in the 1990s as lead singer of Destiny’s Child, an R&B girl band, which quickly became one of the world’s best-selling groups of all time. Beyoncé released her solo debut album, Dangerously in Love […]

Top five Tony Hawk video games

By John Sosnowski March 2, 2017 Since the introduction of “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater” in 1999, the franchise it spawned has generated over $1 billion in revenue according to Yahoo Finance, and more importantly left its mark on a generation of gamers over the course of 19 installments (enhanced remakes and portable adaptations counted.) Tony […]

Top ten workout songs

By Tanner Meeker March 2, 2017 Complimenting your workout with some of your most motivating tunes is not extra or unnecessary – it can be essential to a successful and satisfying workout. Current research affirms that music and exercise make for a good team; and for some reason, listening to EDM music while I work […]

Countdown Theatre tackles tough issues

By Katharine Grubb March 2, 2017 Over the weekend I went to Sloan’s Countdown Theatre play “4th Graders Present: An Unnamed Love-Suicide,” which was student-directed by Rebecca Glincman, a sophomore English major. The show ran from Feb. 22 to Feb. 26 and admission was free, as is true for most LHU productions. The show dealt […]

Artist Spotlight: Danielle Sander

Name:  Danielle Sander Hometown:  Jersey Shore Age: 32 Fun fact about yourself:  I have a seven year old son and he looks exactly like me. He is my ‘mini me!’ When did you start creating your artwork?  Creativity runs on my mom’s side of my family.  My second cousin, who lives in Pittsburgh, was an […]

Top 10 banging Beatles songs

By Sophia Biddle February 23, 2017 Not many people can argue against it: The Beatles, or the Fab Four, are one of the greatest bands of all time. Once an acquaintance told me that they thought The Beatles were a highly overrated band. It was at that moment that I realized that that person could […]

“The Vagina Monologues” hits tough topics

By Katharine Grubb February 23, 2017 Let’s talk about vaginas. I know, what a way to start an article. But despite the countless immature people who have possibly cringed because of that word, this is an important topic that was recently brought to light when LHU’s HOPE Center hosted “The Vagina Monologue,s” a collection of […]

Top five sports movies of all time

By Jayson Moyer February 9, 2017 Movies are awesome, especially sports movies.  If you are a sports fan, then you know what I’m talking about. Sports movies are such an important genre; whether they are based on true events or made up, the movie is bound to get you pumped up about athletics. I spent […]