“Setonians Say No More” program promotes campus discussion

“We knew they were going to talk about how the university could better handle sexual assault, and better teach about it because of the grant they got for the state,” said Kaitlin Raidna, a sophomore orientation leader in the physician’s assistant. Seton Hill University received the Department of Education grant, and with this, the SHU…

SHU20 Summit paves the way for student leadership

Seton Hill University students are invited to the first-ever SHU20 Summit, a leadership program designed for students to enhance their leadership skills on campus and in the future. The two-day program, April 6-7, will incorporate a range of leadership topics from time management and communication skills to event planning and understanding biases. The idea to…

SHU students promote fair trade events across campus

Communication professor Jen Jones’ Writing in Public Relations class will have three different fair trade events the week of Nov. 14–16 across Seton Hill University’s campus. Fair for the World is a fair trade holiday sale that will include items provided by Ten Thousand Villages. It will be held Nov. 14 in Maura Solarium from…

Peggy Outon speaks at Seton Hill about wage inequality

Peggy Outon, the founding executive director of the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University, spoke at Seton Hill University last night in honor of Women’s History Month. Outon, who was also named to the national Nonprofit Times Top 50 for Power and Influence, gave a presentation about the 74% Project. The project…

SHU community discusses social justice at MLK program

On Feb. 2, students and faculty flowed into Cecilian Hall for the Martin Luther King Jr. Educational Day program. To begin the event, a group of students walked down the aisles and performed an act discussing the change they want to see in the world. As the group of students disappeared, Michael Jackson and his…