Love is all you need

During my time in Northern Ireland, I’ve been on a quest to open the massive, padlocked gate behind which happiness seems to reside. I’ve lately caught myself reading further into situations in an attempt to uncover the next key. Most interactions with strangers, taxi drivers, and clerks result in the initial question, “Where are you…

Discovering the key to happiness

During my first few days in Northern Ireland, the kindness I encountered daily impressed me.  Addressing cab drivers by name and chatting with clerks in shops became commonplace.  As the weeks drift on, I feel myself slipping into a comfort I’ve never known in the States. A week into my time abroad, I depleted my…

Draw a map, find a path, take a breath and run

Few feelings top the sensation of flying through the clouds.  Despite mild turbulence and occasional PA announcements, the fluffy white sky outside the airplane’s windows morphs human limitations into endless possibilities. Blocking out nausea and some serious psychological doubts, I boarded a plane from Newark, New Jersey to Belfast, Northern Ireland last week.  The couple…

Fall Out Boy bursts back into music scene with album and tour

After a hiatus spanning over four years in length, Fall Out Boy has blazed back into the public eye.  Rumors circulated earlier this year via social media sites like Twitter and Facebook that the boys were working on a reunion.  After confirmation of a comeback, news of a brand new album shortly followed. That album,…

Q&A with the “Mikey’s Run” team

Harris Stolzenberg, with the assistance of his brother Michael Stolzenberg and future MIT classmate Corey Walsh, have set up Mikey’s Run in an effort to aid the Boston Marathon bombing victims.  The organization hopes to sponsor Harris as he runs in the 2014 Boston Marathon.  All donations will go to providing prosthesis and other support…

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…

October Viral Vids

Dads sing “Part of Your World” from THE LITTLE MERMAID– Life of Dad MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS- SAME LOVE feat. MARY LAMBERT (OFFICIAL VIDEO)- Ryan Lewis A Small Gesture Can Mean A Lot– Portreem Conan O’ Brien & Alex Morgan Review “Just Dance 4”- CONAN on TBS-teamcoco Why Are Things Cute?– Vsauce Amanda Tood- My…

Advice to First Year Students

“Don’t stress over what you can’t change. Take your time. Cherish every day whether it’s an exam or a recital…each day can only happen once. Make it count and live it up. These are words of advice a friend gave to me when I was a freshie.” Olivia Goudy, Junior “Well. Actually go to class…

Pittsburgh Ballet dances its way into sleazy modernity

Adrienne Brack, Arts and Entertainment Editor Fellow friend and editor-in-chief Katelyn Snyder and I attended the Pittsburgh Ballet at the Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center (SHUPAC) Sunday.  We were filled with anticipation, as the last ballet, A Gershwin Fantasy, had been a fabulous success.  Our seats were directly centered behind the orchestra pit, and…