Land of green meets the city

A full week has already passed in my semester abroad and it is going unbelievably fast! Even being here for a short amount of time I have found countless differences between the culture, the food and definitely the weather from Greensburg, PA. I can promise that the one thing people think of when hearing “Ireland”…

Center Spread Blurbs

Olivia Goudy to Registrar’s Office: Thank you Registrar’s Office, For my past three years here at Seton Hill, I’ve worked with some of the most wonderful, caring people on campus. It might be biased because I call Sharon Mills my boss, but she never hesitates to ask how I’m doing, help me with my problems…

Fall fashion styles and colors brighten outfits for “pop”

Preparing for a new season is easy–if you have the right look. When searching for new items to include in your closet, you might want to start by updating your wardrobe for this upcoming fall season.  As trends change and adapt to the temperatures for fall, so do the clothes.  The runways are producing a…

Career center reinvented; service gains new director, vision

CareerWorks recently acquired a new director, Renee Starek, for employment and Seton Hill University (SHU) this year.  This new position aims to aid students in career planning by enhancing job skills and boosting resume writing. Starek, and the rest of the CareerWorks team, plan on reinventing the program for SHU students. This change is separated…

Staff speaks out on ‘Hunger Games’

Staff speaks out on “Hunger Games”   Sarah Last “The Hunger Games” movie was incredibly good. It held many of the same emotions, character developments and beautifully crafted details as the book. There were some parts of the book that I thought could have been better explained, like why the Mockingjay was such a vital…