Setonian Study Tips

“Knowing that the final exam week is both close and still far away, you can do it, you will survive, and you can thrive if you can figure out what your motivation is to keep going,” states Meredith Weber, assistant director at Seton Hill’s Academic Achievement Center. Weber, as well as Lynda Sukolzky, assistant dean…

The Arts Live On: Theatre and Dance Department Students Adapt to Physical Distanced Studio Spaces

Virtual Zoom meetings have become a norm over the last few months for university classroom learning, but also for studio settings in the arts. As students return to campus this fall for in-person learning, the Seton Hill University Theatre and Dance Department have thought creatively about the adaptation to accommodate social distancing guidelines for courses…

SHGA hosts new officer orientation

The Seton Hill Government Association (SHGA) executive board hosted their first ever Club Officer Orientation on Sunday, Sept. 15. A collection of student officers gathered in Admin. 206 to review the important how-to’s of club leadership. This marked one of many steps the SHGA has taken this semester to increase club officer involvement. One of…

Chemistry outreach engages homeschooled students

The Seton Hill University (SHU) Chemistry Club held an outreach program in affiliation with the American Chemical Society on May 7. Homeschooled students were invited to the SHU campus where the Chemistry Club guided them in activities throughout the day.  The homeschooled students participating in the outreach event ranged from middle school age to high…

A night for the ages

Do you love seeing talented students? Do you love hearing nerdy, science jokes? Then the LECOM talent show is right up your alley! Held on campus in Reeves Theater, the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) students put on an unforgettable night of singing, dancing and performing for their fellow students. Hosting the show…

iTeach SHU Gallery presents advantages of technology

The iTeach SHU Gallery was held on April 19 in Cecilian Hall. Faculty and staff who participated in the university’s ELITE Professional Development program presented during the gallery. Participants in the ELITE program consisted of faculty and teaching staff whom were required to train in interactive and assistive technology and assessment development for a year.…

Students develop program to befriend Sisters

What connects Wii bowling, the Sisters of Charity and Seton Hill University (SHU) students? The Sister Friendship Program, hosted by a group of students from assistant professor of communications John Ciak’s class “Organizational Communications,” allowed SHU students to interact with Sisters from Caritas Christi during the last three Fridays in April. “The idea for the…