Celebrating 100 Years of the Setonian

In December 1919, The Setonian published its first-ever newspaper. 100 years later, the Setonian is still going strong. The 2018-2019 academic year marked the 100th volume of the Setonian. Throughout the year, we have featured highlights from each decade of the Setonian’s newspapers from 1919 all the way up until 2019. To wrap up the…

Police Blotter: May 2019

Apr. 12 at 15:20 “A harassing note was discovered on a vehicle parked in Lot C. Video footage will be reviewed.” Apr. 12 at 23:50 “A waste bin on the soccer field sideline was discovered on fire, fire extinguished. Video footage is being reviewed.” Apr. 15 at 22:21 “Steam from a shower activated a smoke…

Live-Action Disney Films: Yea or Nay?

The House of Mouse is a staple of many childhoods all around the world, myself included. In recent years, Disney has decided to remake many of their famous animated movies and also tell the stories of some famous secondary characters like Maleficent. These films have received the praise of some Disney fans, but they have…

Seton Hill theatre will soon be soaring with “The Seagull”

Seton Hill University is presenting Anton Chekhov’s 1895 play “The Seagull” the weekends of April 5-13 at the Performing Arts Center. The play is about famous actress Irina Arkadina (Christina Trocchio) and her celebrated lover, writer Boris Trigorin (Noah Telford), spending the summer on the country estate of Arkadina’s brother Sorin (Malcolm McGraw). Her son,…