Need-to-know tips for incoming freshmen

While there is a ton to learn during orientation, Griffin Days and other events Seton Hill holds, there are some tips that you have to learn through experience. Here are a few things some Seton Hill students and alumni suggested to help make your transition to college a little easier. Finding Food on Campus Located in…

Combining Empathy and Storytelling

This year marks the 25th anniversary for Westmoreland County’s YWCA International Women’s Group (IWG). In honor of the anniversary, Seton Hill students from Christine Cusick’s Empathy and Storytelling Class collaborated with members from the IWG to share their stories. The IWG was founded in 1991 by Hiroko Hirano, Kathy Henry and Esther Yant as a…

SHU students participate in writing conferences

The Celebration of Writing was held April 26 from 3:30-5 p.m. in the Reeves Learning Commons. Students from Composition and Culture classes had presentations set up in the Reeves Learning Commons for faculty, staff and students to walk around observe. Students had snacks, handouts and games involved in their presentations, which ranged from the amount…

SHU walks a mile in her shoes

Seton Hill University students and faculty joined the Greensburg community and Blackburn Center for the seventh annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes on April 22. The walk began at 10 a.m. in St. Clair Park, located a few blocks away from SHU. Walk a Mile is the Blackburn Center’s signature event, which coincides with…

Trump budget proposes to eliminate funding for the NEA and NEH

On March 16, 2017 President Donald Trump released his proposed 2018 federal budget plan. The proposed plan is titled “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again,” reflecting the president’s previous campaign rhetoric. The proposed budget includes drastic changes to many departments including defense, education, environmental protection agency and health and human services.…

Recapping the Oscars

The 89th Oscars, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on Feb. 26, were full of many firsts, surprises and of course, politically charged statements. Viola Davis won her first Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in “Fences,” making her the first black woman to win an Oscar, Emmy and Tony. “I became an artist and…

Recapping the Oscars

The 89th Oscars, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on Feb. 26, were full of many firsts, surprises and of course, politically charged statements. Viola Davis won her first Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in “Fences,” making her the first black woman to win an Oscar, Emmy and Tony. “I became an artist and…