“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…

Seton Hill celebrates 100 years of music with centennial concert

In 1919, Seton Hill University conferred its first two degrees, both in music. A century later, the university celebrated 100 years of music history with its centennial concert, “Connecting the Generations,” on Sept. 30. The concert honored the Sisters of Charity for their “enduring support of the arts,” and featured music that was composed and…

Seton Hill hosts centennial concert Sunday

Seton Hill University is celebrating 100 years of music with its centennial concert on Sunday, Sept. 30. “Connecting the Generations” will begin at 2 p.m. in the Carol Reichgut Concert Hall in the SHU Performing Arts Center. The concert will feature performances by the Westmoreland Symphonic Winds, Setonia (women’s chorale), Sinfonia at Seton Hill, Una…

Artwork of SHU professors and students featured in Westmoreland Museum galleries

“Coordinating 58 artists is not easy,” said Bonnie West, the curatorial assistant of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art. “But it was well worth the effort.” This figure refers to the “Artists Who Teach” exhibit, which features the artwork of college professors all across Southwestern Pennsylvania. “I hope that (viewers) will get an understanding of…