Student Government revitalization: Overcoming past sins

Derek Danneker Editor-in-chief Nearly 10 years now separate LHU from the scandal that led to the dissolution of legitimate student authority, a yawning chasm for students whose short tenures lead to a short sighted embrace of the status quo. Between 1981 and 2011 the majority of responsibilities currently provided by Student Auxiliary Services, a … Continue reading Student Government revitalization: Overcoming past sins


Commencement Controversy: Students denied exceptions

Ben Ronemus News Editor Since eliminating Winter commencements, students graduating after the completion of the Fall semester must come back to walk in the Spring, or they can petition to walk the previous spring under extenuating circumstances,however, not many circumstances are being approved by the provost “There are fixed costs that goes on with … Continue reading Commencement Controversy: Students denied exceptions

LHU Physician’s Assistant Program reaccredited

Ben Ronemus News Editor The Lock Haven University Physician Assistant Program was recently granted Accreditation-Continued status for another decade of educating Physician Assistants. The decision to grant Accreditation-Continued Status to Lock Haven’s PA program came from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). The ARC-PA is responsible for inspecting and … Continue reading LHU Physician’s Assistant Program reaccredited

Sloan Fine Arts Center opens new gallery

Derek Danneker Editor-in-Chief  “I have begun to think about how objects, the space itself and even the viewers of the work, might lend themselves as collage in the overall image.” said the artist whose work opened in Sloan Fine Arts Center gallery on Oct. 23. Natalie Lanese graduated from Xavier university in Cincinnati, Ohio … Continue reading Sloan Fine Arts Center opens new gallery

A very creepy campus: Lock Haven University ghost stories

Derek Danneker Editor-in-Chief “I’m not here to tell you what to believe, but I think you will find some of these stories interesting,” said The Director of the Stevenson Library on Oct. 23 to a circled up audience of about 30 in Fairview Suites. Lock Haven University’s own Jody Topper led a discussion titled … Continue reading A very creepy campus: Lock Haven University ghost stories

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 … Continue reading O’Reilly bites the dust

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 … Continue reading Eatery in the works

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 … Continue reading Sigma Kappa participates in Inherit the Earth

Students and faculty present at Celebration of Scholarship

Ben Ronemus Staff Writer April 20, 2017   It was a gloomy day outside but a busy day inside for the presenters and organizers of Lock Haven University’s Ninth Annual Celebration of Scholarship on Wednesday. Celebration of Scholarship occurs at both the Lock Haven and Clearfield campuses, and highlights the work done by students … Continue reading Students and faculty present at Celebration of Scholarship

Crucible now available

Derek Danneker Opinions Editor April 20, 2017   The new 2016-17 edition of The Crucible, a literary magazine written and edited by students, for students, has been released. The book, however, seems to be badly advertised know one knows where or how to find it.   Even among people who should be aware of … Continue reading Crucible now available