Police Blotter: November 2016

Nov. 1 at 12:39 “A male (not a student) was given a trespassing warning.” Nov. 1 at 20:46 “A smoke detector activated on 3rd floor Havey. Cause was burnt food.” Nov. 2 at 12:34 “The chain link fence in the alley behind the Arts Building was damaged.” Nov. 3 at 11:13 “A commuter student was…

Internship opportunities start with you

With winter break within reach, it’s also time to start looking at your future schedules. This is an opportune time to start an internship in your future field of work. Many students opt to take an internship position during the spring and summer season because they have more time and it is less stressful. Internships…

The best & the worst: Recapping 2016

“As in any year, there have been ups and downs for all of us,” said Emily Wierszewski, associate professor of English and composition at Seton Hill University (SHU). “I would probably describe it as a year that taught me a lot, both about myself and the world.” As the last month of 2016 begins, Wierszewski…