Need-to-know tips for incoming freshmen

While there is a ton to learn during orientation, Griffin Days and other events Seton Hill holds, there are some tips that you have to learn through experience. Here are a few things some Seton Hill students and alumni suggested to help make your transition to college a little easier. Finding Food on Campus Located in…

Combining Empathy and Storytelling

This year marks the 25th anniversary for Westmoreland County’s YWCA International Women’s Group (IWG). In honor of the anniversary, Seton Hill students from Christine Cusick’s Empathy and Storytelling Class collaborated with members from the IWG to share their stories. The IWG was founded in 1991 by Hiroko Hirano, Kathy Henry and Esther Yant as a…

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…

SHU participates in Equal Pay Day rally

On April 4, a massive crowd of students and faculty from Seton Hill University congregated outside the Greensburg courthouse to demonstrate for Equal Pay Day. Commuters and spectators were met with chants and cheers brought forth from the picket sign-wielding congregation. Soon after the crowd began their protest, Karen Glass, assistant professor of theatre at…