Town Hall Meeting

Managing Editor Town Hall meeting President Robert Pignatello told students, faculty, and staff that further budget cuts had to be made to the sustainability plan for LHU at the town hall meeting on Tuesday. “This is truly a call to action for us as an institution, as the family I think we are,” Pignatello … Continue reading Town Hall Meeting

Dean publishes 27th book

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor John Nauright, dean of the Stephen Poorman College of Business, Information Systems and Human Services at LHU, published his 27th book, Routledge Handbook of Global Sport, on Jan. 20 of this year. The book was published with Sarah Zipp, a professor at Stirling University in Scotland. Nauright met Zipp through … Continue reading Dean publishes 27th book

Letter to the Editor

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor Re “How #MeToo Is Smashing the Casting Couch (The New York Times, Jan 30) I agree with you that the #MeToo movement has brought a lot of awareness to the problems in Hollywood and the entertainment industry, but your article leaves out a lot of the other contributions that the … Continue reading Letter to the Editor

50 year at the library

Cassandra Keller Managing Editor The Stevenson Library at Lock Haven University celebrated its 50th anniversary on Nov. 18. To celebrate this milestone, the library staff held an open house event with a scavenger hunt for 49 silver tickets and one golden ticket. Prizes were given to winners that found the tickets. The scavenger hunt … Continue reading 50 year at the library

LHU to celebrate 150th anniversary

Cassandra Keller & Tess English Managing Editor & Online Editor & LHU will be hosting a year-long celebration as of Feb. 14, 2020 in honor of it’s charter date back in 1870. Now it is up to the students of LHU to make it even better. Joby Topper, director of library and information … Continue reading LHU to celebrate 150th anniversary

 Haven Cupboard open for business

Mia Swales Sports Editor The Haven Cupboard had its grand open on Oct. 16th. The Cupboard will be open every Wednesday for the rest of the fall semester from 7-9 pm. The cupboard is currently located across from the East Campus Science Center at the synagogue. The Haven Cupboard has been in the works … Continue reading  Haven Cupboard open for business

Chinese Moon Festival

Cassandra Kellerv Managing Editor The Asian Student Association (ASA) held their annual Chinese Moon Festival on Friday, Sept. 13 in the international dorm hall, Woolridge. Students had the opportunity to play a traditional Chinese dice game called Bo Bing to win prizes from Chinese candies to ancient Chinese good luck coins. In the Chinese … Continue reading Chinese Moon Festival

A Dios de los Muertos musical for all to see!

Heather Longley Guest Writer UNIVERSITY PARK (Tuesday, Sept. 3)—In its first visit to State College, New York City’s Mexico Beyond Mariachi will perform “Sugar Skull!, A Dia de los Muertos Musical Adventure” for youngsters and their families, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29, in Eisenhower Auditorium. The show, on stage during National Hispanic Heritage … Continue reading A Dios de los Muertos musical for all to see!