Although people all across America are suffering from the economic stresses of today, Pittsburgh’s Post-Gazette Pavilion (PPGP) has put together a summer music line up that’s bursting with talent and energy.
After the Spring semester came to an end, on May 14 I took off in a jet plane heading east. My final destination: London, England. In short it was a once and a lifetime opportunity, and Seton Hill University (SHU) helped get me there.
In honor of their four years at Seton Hill University (SHU), graduating art program seniors are showcasing their most inspired works in Harlan Gallery April 29 thru May 2. Every year, senior art students have the opportunity to show off their talent to peers, professors, family and friends as they graduate and say goodbye.
When Darren Achtzehn, the director of food services, first announced the cafeteria was going tray-less on April 2nd, Seton Hill University (SHU) students buzzed, voicing their confusions and frustrations.
Seton Hill University’s (SHU) men’s lacrosse team started their season off with a jolt of confidence as they beat the top-ten team, Belmont Abbey with a score of 15-14.
SHU-A-THON’s first 24-hour Dance-A-Thon takes place, on Friday, April 3 and continues Saturday April 4 in McKenna Gymnasium at Seton Hill University (SHU). The doors will open at 6 p.m. on Friday and will conclude on Saturday around 7:30 p.m.
The Seton Hill University’s (SHU) men’s basketball team traveled to Erie, Pennsylvania to compete in Gannon University’s 35th annual Porreco Cup tournament, and I was there to catch the Griffins in action.
Eugene Ionesco’s “The Bald Soprano” and “The Lesson” both opened on November 14th and ran until November 22nd in Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Reeves Theatre. According to the SHU Communicator Staff, the play “takes a jaunt to Jolly Old England via Romanian-born French absurdist Eugene Ionesco.” Both shows are examples of early absurd theatre and…
From Jimmy Buffett to Journey the Seton Hill Univeristy (SHU) Idol contestants performed beyond expectations! Through nerves and fears SHU students competed in a singing contest that ended in the crowd roaring with applause.
According to E! online’s Marcus Errico, Chicago authorities recovered a body of a seven-year-old boy that fit the description of Jennifer Hudson’s missing nephew, Julian King. On October 27 the investigation ended when the Cook County medical examiner ruled the death of Hudson’s nephew to be a homicide.