Seton Hill crowns 2017 Homecoming King and Queen

Luke Lewis and Madeleine Robbins were crowned Seton Hill University’s 2017 Homecoming King and Queen on Oct. 14 by SHU President Mary Finger and 2016 Homecoming Queen Emily Hutsko. The crowning took place before SHU’s football game against Gannon University. “It kind of felt like it was a daydream,” Robbins said. “It’s a huge honor.…

SHU PA program raises over $1,400 for Center for Courageous Kids

The physician assistant program’s soup sale resulted in 292 quarts of soup sold, which added up to 72 gallons and over $1,400 raised. According to Dylan Everett, a member of the PA program at Seton Hill University, they received good feedback this semester and are already thinking of other soup options for next semester. The…

Three fire alarms evacuate Admin

Late this afternoon Admin experienced three fire alarms. The first was due to a water flow leak in the sprinkler system, according to the chief of campus police. The local fire department came to find the cause. Shortly after they left, the head of campus security pulled the alarm due to a smoke smell in…

SHU presents the Defamation Experience

Seton Hill University presented “Defamation,” Sept. 27, a nationally acclaimed play that explores the issues of race, religion, gender and class in a judicial setting. The play, a creation of Canamac Productions, comes to SHU at a time when controversy is at an all time high in the country. Produced by playwright Todd Logan, the…

SHU soup sale benefits Center for Courageous Kids

“They are very good salespeople. They walked around the different offices asking people,” said Judy Underwood, administrative assistant of student engagement. “And who doesn’t like soup?” Seton Hill University is holding a soup sale until Friday, Oct. 13 and all profits go to The Center for Courageous Kids (CCK). Dylan Everett and Hallie Gilbert started…