Students, faculty and community members “will work for equality”

Despite poor weather, students, faculty and community members marched for equality on April 12. With signs reading “Will Work for Equality,” approximately 50 protestors marched to the Greensburg Courthouse to raise awareness about the inequality in salaries between men and women in Westmoreland County. Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Feminist Collective Club planned the Equal Pay…

Elevator pitch competition ups the ante

By Giannina Gonzalez Staff Writer The Elevator Pitch Competition sponsored by the Wukvich Center for Entrepreneurial Studies was held on March 15. The competition featured about fifty participants. Participants had 90 seconds to present, or pitch, their idea to a panel of judges. By the end of the event 12 competitors were chosen as finalists.…

Students search for ways to help victims in Japan

By Chelsea Oliver and Steph Wilson Senior Staff Writer and Contributor On Friday, March 11 an 8.9 magnitude earthquake shook Japan and caused a tsunami to hit Japan’s Northeast coast, Hawaii, California and Oregon. This was the fifth largest earthquake in recorded history since 1900 and Seton Hill University (SHU) is wondering where and how…

Spot this winter’s newest fashions

France is about a year ahead of America as far as fashion trends go. While these six up-and-coming fashions are becoming current and popular on our side of the world, they are beginning to look a little tired oversees. However, if you’re looking to stay current this side of the Atlantic, be sure to invest…