SHU20 Summit paves the way for student leadership

Seton Hill University students are invited to the first-ever SHU20 Summit, a leadership program designed for students to enhance their leadership skills on campus and in the future. The two-day program, April 6-7, will incorporate a range of leadership topics from time management and communication skills to event planning and understanding biases. The idea to…

Seton Hill participates in national school walkout

Seton Hill University students, faculty and staff participated in yesterday’s national school walkout. The walkout started at 10 a.m. on the Admin front lawn and lasted for 17 minutes to honor each of the 17 lives lost in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. on Feb. 14. SHU was one…

Meet your 2018 Mr. Seton Hill

Arun Thalody, a junior biology major at Seton Hill University, was crowned the 2018 Mr. Seton Hill on Feb. 13 in Cecilian Hall. The competition, hosted by the Griffin Guides, is in its second year and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. “Winning wasn’t really on my mind, it was just to put on…

White Rabbit reopens after renovations

The White Rabbit Café and Pâtisserie reopened on March 1 after closing Feb. 5 for renovations. The hardwood floor, bathroom and front doors were replaced, and the countertop was also redone. “Structurally, it needed to happen,” said co-owner Tommy Medley. “It’s going to be a surprise for everyone. It’s a lot more functional, a lot…

SHU College Democrats Club hosts congressional candidate Conor Lamb

As Pennsylvania’s special election draws closer, congressional Democratic candidate Conor Lamb took a break from campaigning to speak at Seton Hill University on Feb. 6. Lamb was invited to speak at a meeting for the SHU Young Advocates for Progress – College Democrats Club, which was open to the entire campus. Lamb is campaigning against…

100 Years in the Making: Seton Hill

When students returned to Seton Hill after winter break, the Centennial Timeline, a chart marking 100 years of Seton Hill University, was created for the Administration Building. The timeline was designed and donated by Barbara Kerestes-Martin, CEO of KMA Design and a SHU class of 1980 graduate, with the help of her son, the centennial…

Griff’s Food Locker opens its doors

According to The National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, 20 percent of students at four-year schools experience low food insecurity. Griff’s Food Locker is meant to aid students who are experiencing food insecurity. Food insecurity, defined by USDA, is “lack of access by all people at all times to enough food for an active,…

Seton Hill launches new global studies major

In a world constantly growing more connected, Seton Hill University has expanded its academic offerings to include a new major in global studies. According to SHU’s official website, global studies majors will study how “a network of organizations that include government agencies, intergovernmental groups, nonprofit agencies and multinational corporations… can best interact, honing the political,…