Seton Hill Plans Crimson and Gold Week in lieu of Homecoming

Seton Hill has introduced a new way to honor the spirit of Homecoming through planning Crimson and Gold Days Oct. 12-18. Physical distancing and the limitations on gatherings have posed challenges to athletic activities and events of tradition, including a new outlook on Homecoming. Director of New Student and Transition Programs Matt Zielinski discussed the…

Networking During a Pandemic: Expanding Social Capital While Social Distancing

As a result of the recent on-going pandemic, many people continue to adapt to new lifestyle changes. As students, it is especially important to continue to advance in your careers despite the challenges of facing the new normal.   Remote work has been the new alternative to face-to-face jobs and internships. With this comes the importance…

No matter how different, we’re all people: Seton Hill and the transgender community

Everyone who does not identify as cisgender (one whose gender identity aligns with the gender they were assigned at birth) is faced with their own unique challenges and difficulty as we live in a world built for cisgender individuals.  Still there are many unifying struggles which most trans individuals face daily. Things like housing, bathrooms,…