SHU graduates Centennial Class of 2018

325 students graduated from Seton Hill University’s Centennial commencement ceremony on May 12. Graduates hailed from around the world and earned degrees in various fields of study, from the humanities to the sciences. “Your Seton Hill education has prepared you to become the architects of your own futures, and to make a proud difference in…

SHU Model United Nations wins delegation award

The Seton Hill University Model United Nations team won an Honorable Mention Delegation Award for their work at the Model United Nations conference in March. SHU students Matthew Comito, Carrie Ellis, Mark Nealon, Paris Szalla, Rodrigo Contreras, Matthew Alexander, Ariana Venero-Rodriguez and Gina Scarsellato traveled to New York City with advisor Roni O’Dell to represent…

Prepare ye the way of “Godspell”

Seton Hill’s Student Theatre Activities Council will take the stage this spring to perform playwright John-Michael Tebelak’s “Godspell.” The production is entirely student-run, including some graduate students, and is directed by senior theatre performance major James Scharer, alongside music director and senior music education major Sam Burns and choreographer and junior musical theatre major Taylor…

Celebrating SHU history: “Lunch with Liz”

Seton Hill University’s “Lunch with Liz” was held in Cecilian Hall on March 20. The play featured SHU theatre performance majors as prominent figures in SHU history for students, staff and Sisters of Charity. The program was conducted to revisit some of SHU’s founding story and meet some of the people who were influential in…