“Setonians Say No More” program promotes campus discussion

“We knew they were going to talk about how the university could better handle sexual assault, and better teach about it because of the grant they got for the state,” said Kaitlin Raidna, a sophomore orientation leader in the physician’s assistant. Seton Hill University received the Department of Education grant, and with this, the SHU…

Seton Hill kicks off homecoming festivities

2018 Homecoming and Family Weekend is fast approaching at Seton Hill, and with so many festivities leading up to homecoming, no Griffin is excused from the fun. The weekend festivities will run Sept. 26-30. “The Polynesian Island Magic entertainers group is very entertaining and have been performing traditional Polynesian dances since the 1970s,” said director…

Centennial classes serve SHU community

Seton Hill University’s 100th senior graduating class is wrapping up their senior year. With graduation close, different senior seminar classes took part in projects to give back to the Greensburg and SHU community. Two projects included were the 100 SHU boxes and Greensburg block party. “We wanted to make it so everyone felt involved, and you…

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…

Planting the way to a campus-wide Nature Club

On April 21, after the Junior Class Tree Planting Ceremony, the Nature Club held a seed planting event on the front lawn of the Administration Building to promote plant growth on campus. After the planting of the crimson maple tree for the junior class, dedicated to the first 100 classes of Seton Hill, the Nature…