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Visit Centralia to Get a Fine

By Analee Gentzel March 9, 2017 The famous “Graffiti Highway” on Route 61 in Centralia has been known to attract visitors far and wide since it became a popular touring spot due to an underground fire that is still burning today. The ghost town has gained even more attention since being the influence of the […]

CIA hacking documents exposed

By Analee Gentzel March 9, 2017 WikiLeaks published on Tuesday thousands of the Central Intelligence Agency’s or better known as the C.I.A, hacking software and documents. Entitled “Vault 7: CIA Hacking Tools Revealed,” the site exposes 8,761 documents in total. These documents were described as secret files about the hacking tools used to break into […]

Sigma Sigma Sigma to host Kid’s Carnival

By Sierra Aichner March 2, 2017 Have you ever had a desire to help kids in the Lock Haven community? Do you know the statistics for at risk students in surrounding schools? With the help of a little support and the lot of passion to see children grow and succeed in the future, we can […]

President Trump’s public address to Congress

By Analee Gentzel March 2, 2017 President Donald Trump made his first address to Congress on Tuesday, February 28 to go over what he has accomplished his first month in office and the promises he upheld during his campaign. Before he went into the heart of his speech, Trump noted the conclusion of Black History […]

Week in Review: Senator Bob Casey visits with Judge Gorsuch

By Bret Pallotto February 23, 2017 Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey sat down with Judge Neil Gorsuch to discuss the judge’s judicial philosophy. “I appreciated the opportunity to meet with Judge Gorsuch today. I discussed with him some real concerns I have about his judicial philosophy and some of his opinions as a 10th Circuit Judge […]

Week in Review: Trump replaces Flynn, broadens deportation rules

By John Sosnowski February 23, 2017 President Trump appointed Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster as National Security Adviser, replacing resigned predecessor Michael Flynn. A veteran of the Gulf War and Iraqi Freedom, McMaster also wrote the book “Dereliction of Duty” on the Johnson administration and the Vietnam War. The Deparment of Homeland Security under Trump has […]

John Tamney on President Trump’s economic policies

By Derek Danneker February 23, 2017 Mr. John Tamny; Editor for Forbes Magazine and RealClearMarkets, Economic Advisor to Toreador Research & Trading as well as Author of Popular Economics, lectured a room of 75 students and community members Monday on President Trump’s Economic Policies. Tamny, brought by the University’s own Sociology club and Young Americans […]

Ten million plus for the kids

By Analee Gentzel February 23, 2017 It was a big weekend for Penn State University as they raised over $10 million for childhood cancer at THON. THON is the largest student-run philanthropy in the world where thousands of students and families gather at the Bryce Jordan Center to dance for a consecutive 46 hours without […]

Trump sets plans to revise transgender policy

By Analee Gentzel February 23, 2017 The Trump administration is ready to repeal the anti-discrimination policy for transgender students set up by the Obama administration. The anti-discrimination policy allows transgender students the right to use the restroom of their gender identity. According to the New York Times, Education Secretary, Betsy Devos, infamously known for her […]

NASA discovers seven planets similar to Earth

By Analee Gentzel February 23, 2017 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or better known as NASA, hosted a news conference Wednesday, February 22 on a discovery of a new solar system of planets that orbit stars other than the sun called exoplanets. Astronomers have called this new system the Trappist-1 system. The NASA Spitzer […]