Haley Carnahan, Co-Editor-in-Chief
I absolutely cannot believe I’m graduating from Seton Hill. It feels like just yesterday I was graduating from high school. It certainly wasn’t easy, but I am blessed with such a wonderful support system of friends and family. I’ve not only become a stronger journalist, but a stronger person. Being a part of the Setonian has connected me with some of my best friends, improved my leadership and writing skills and given me some of the greatest college memories.
One of the biggest things I’m looking forward to is taking my first trip on a plane to London, England with the criminal justice program after graduation. I’m also excited to sleep again after finals and summer adventures with my favorite people. I hope one day you’ll see me on television as an investigative journalist.
On top of my professors, I would also like to thank my mom, God and my dogs for being there for me throughout it all.
Paige Parise, Co-Editor-in-Chief
When I first came to Seton Hill, all I knew was that I wanted to be a writer. After joining the Setonian staff my first semester, I have only fallen in love with writing even more. My passion eventually influenced me to add journalism as my second major, and I take great pride in graduating with degrees in both communication and journalism.
Throughout my four years at Seton Hill, I have accomplished more than I ever thought was possible and created friendships that will last a lifetime. I’ll never forget the memories I made here, from the late nights in our publications office to drumming at football games with the marching band.
After graduation, I plan to find a full-time job in the communication or journalism field. I don’t know exactly what the future holds, but I’m excited for this next chapter of my life, and grateful for all of the opportunities Seton Hill has given me to make me the person I am today.
Hannah Zunic, Staff Writer
These past four years have held a lot of ups and downs, but I wouldn’t change my time here at SHU whatsoever. Being a part of the Setonian staff has truly helped me to hone my writing, and while I may not have done much writing for the publication, I’m extremely proud of what I’ve done as each article has pushed me to do better.
My plans for after graduation are to sleep for the next year and cry until someone gives me a job. Wait, what? I can’t do that! Sorry, I’ve just been told those aren’t actual plans and I can’t do that. All jokes aside, my current plans are to find a job in the publishing field, ideally in New York. Other future plans include being financially stable enough to provide a good life for my future dogs.