Pittsburgh Penguins try for a three-peat

“Penguins playoff hockey is one of the best times of year in sports,” said Andrew Chuba, a junior member of the Seton Hill University baseball team. “Every year the team makes it exciting and new.” Entering the 2018 playoff season, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished second in the Metropolitan Division, fifth in the Eastern conference and…

SHU celebrates end of school year Texas-style

Seton Hill University celebrated its third annual Griffin’s Community Day, an end of year celebration, on May 3. “This is meant for our community to come together, enjoy some good food and kind of say farewell to another school year on the Hill,” said Elise Michaux, director of student involvement at SHU. Michaux had high…

Centennial classes serve SHU community

Seton Hill University’s 100th senior graduating class is wrapping up their senior year. With graduation close, different senior seminar classes took part in projects to give back to the Greensburg and SHU community. Two projects included were the 100 SHU boxes and Greensburg block party. “We wanted to make it so everyone felt involved, and you…

SHU Model United Nations wins delegation award

The Seton Hill University Model United Nations team won an Honorable Mention Delegation Award for their work at the Model United Nations conference in March. SHU students Matthew Comito, Carrie Ellis, Mark Nealon, Paris Szalla, Rodrigo Contreras, Matthew Alexander, Ariana Venero-Rodriguez and Gina Scarsellato traveled to New York City with advisor Roni O’Dell to represent…

SHU centennial brings in major grants and recognition

As seniors countdown the days until graduation, they will be counting down the days for a very historic moment at Seton Hill University. On May 12, graduating members from the Class of 2018 will walk across the stage, accepting their diplomas and looking toward their futures as the 100th graduating class at SHU. Two students…

Prepare ye the way of “Godspell”

Seton Hill’s Student Theatre Activities Council will take the stage this spring to perform playwright John-Michael Tebelak’s “Godspell.” The production is entirely student-run, including some graduate students, and is directed by senior theatre performance major James Scharer, alongside music director and senior music education major Sam Burns and choreographer and junior musical theatre major Taylor…