SHU celebrates end of school year Texas-style

Seton Hill University celebrated its third annual Griffin’s Community Day, an end of year celebration, on May 3. “This is meant for our community to come together, enjoy some good food and kind of say farewell to another school year on the Hill,” said Elise Michaux, director of student involvement at SHU. Michaux had high…

SHU centennial brings in major grants and recognition

As seniors countdown the days until graduation, they will be counting down the days for a very historic moment at Seton Hill University. On May 12, graduating members from the Class of 2018 will walk across the stage, accepting their diplomas and looking toward their futures as the 100th graduating class at SHU. Two students…

Community members join March for Our Lives rally in Greensburg

The Voice of Westmoreland hosted one of the hundreds of registered March for Our Lives demonstrations taking place this weekend throughout the country. Students, parents, teachers and community members gathered outside of the Westmoreland County Courthouse on Friday to demonstrate common sense gun laws among other concerns in light of mass shootings in America, particularly…

SHU20 Summit paves the way for student leadership

Seton Hill University students are invited to the first-ever SHU20 Summit, a leadership program designed for students to enhance their leadership skills on campus and in the future. The two-day program, April 6-7, will incorporate a range of leadership topics from time management and communication skills to event planning and understanding biases. The idea to…

Meet your 2018 Mr. Seton Hill

Arun Thalody, a junior biology major at Seton Hill University, was crowned the 2018 Mr. Seton Hill on Feb. 13 in Cecilian Hall. The competition, hosted by the Griffin Guides, is in its second year and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. “Winning wasn’t really on my mind, it was just to put on…