Setonians unite for campus cleanup

“The mission is we want to have people get out in nature,” said Mike Atherton, philosophy professor at Seton Hill University and advisor of the Nature Club. “What we are out to do is get people outdoors and maybe they’ll enjoy it, and if they enjoy it, then they can protect it.” SHU’s Nature Club…

Feeling a Bit Drowsy: Seton Hill theater department performs “The Drowsy Chaperone”

Seton Hill University’s theater department closed out their two weekends of “The Drowsy Chaperone” with their final show last Saturday in the William Granger Ryan Theatre at SHU’s Performing Arts Center. “The Drowsy Chaperone,” which portrays a “show within a show,” is a 2006 Broadway musical that won five Tony awards and is a parody…

Faiths and communities come together at Kristallnacht remembrance service

The Seton Hill University community and holocaust survivors came together to commemorate “The Night of Broken Glass” with an interfaith remembrance service. SHU’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education held its 30th annual Kristallnacht interfaith remembrance service last night. The service is a commemoration of Kristallnacht, an anti-Jewish riot, which took place Nov. 9-10 in…

Thanksgiving: Does everyone around the world celebrate?

Students from 19 different countries around the world attend Seton Hill University. So that brings up the question, how does another country celebrate Thanksgiving, if they celebrate it at all? The countries SHU has international students from are Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Cyprus, Ghana, India, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea (the Republic…