Women’s lacrosse advances to postseason

The Seton Hill women’s lacrosse team finished their season with some important PSAC wins under their belt, along with a few losses that impacted their playoff run. However, their “middle-of-the-pack” performance set them up nicely to make a run in the tournament. The Griffins played in the first round of the PSAC Tournament against Mercyhurst…

Seton Hill athletes grant wish to local teenager

At first it seemed like just a fundraiser for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, but 15-year-old Brady Hunker had no idea that Seton Hill University had a much larger surprise for him. Between the baseball team’s doubleheader on April 22, the SHU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) told Hunker that his wish to travel to Aruba was granted.…

Senior Staff Speak-Out: Bridget Malley

They told me I should write about my plan for the future but I read the words ‘plan’ and ‘future’ and kind of panicked, which isn’t really conducive to writing a good article. Tell you what, reader — why don’t you figure out my life for me? No pressure, it’s just for now. You can…

Senior Staff Speak-Out: Christian Strong

As my time as Editor-in-Chief of the Setonian is approaching an end, I am happy with all the accomplishments that I have gained from being a part of the student newspaper for Seton Hill University. Often times being a journalism new-media major, I hear about the constant issues that this field brings and how difficult…

Police Blotter: March and April 2017

March 17 at 03:25 “A male (not a student) was issued a non-traffic citation for disorderly conduct. (Filed with District Justice).” March 28 at 16:20 “A two vehicle accident occurred in parking lot A. There were no injuries.” March 30 at 16:10 “A smoke detector activated in Havey basement. Burnt food was the cause.” March 31 at 00:05 “Graffiti was found in the 2nd…

Springing into Summer: Plans for the upcoming break

“Instead of going home for the summer, I’m working as a summer RA at Seton Hill and as a farm hard at Palmer’s, a family farm in Greensburg. I’m excited to spend time this summer reading, writing and exploring western PA.” -Madeleine Robbins       “This summer, I’m going to Transylvania with Dr. Arnzen…

Poems and Paintings

Difficult Women my every song was in that key you always hated because it was too difficult to learn   Unabridged they loved to hear me ring singsong bells of my story only listening but you wanted to read the unabridged version savored on delicate lips and the tip of your tongue your gentle fingers…