Should we dump Trump?

For those of you who do not know who Donald Trump is, he is a billionaire real estate developer and a supposed extremely successful business owner. He owns Trump Organization, which includes Trump Tower in New York City. His company covers real estate development, sales and marketing and property management among other things. Trump also…

Political Edge: Marijuana

The topic of marijuana has come to debate on the floor of Congress in the past. It is not until the state of Colorado legalized marijuana that the media has been paying more attention to it, which has sparked what is known as the “Marijuana-Rights Movement.” According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, marijuana…

“I am woman; hear me roar!”

Women have been struggling for centuries to gain their independence and rights as individuals. Throughout history, we have won the right to vote, work the same jobs as men, and even are now able to make the decision of who we want to marry, at least in the United States. But is that it? Do…

Getting to know Ebola

Ebola emerged in 1976 in regions of Sudan and Zaire, but it has become a pressing issue in the United States due to the outbreak in Liberia and the small number of domestic cases. Ebola is a viral disease, which is fatal to humans. Ebola is transmitted through direct contact with an infected person’s bodily…

SHU students discuss financial aid

Financial aid at Seton Hill University (SHU) has always been a topic that affects all of its students, whether they have a full scholar- ship or are in a ton of debt. There are many full-tuition scholarships that SHU offers for students in each department. The departments are humanities, visual and performing arts, natural and…

Trees being preserved on the main driveway

Starting September 30, the trees along the main driveway began being preserved. This process included having more trees planted along with them. “Dr. [Joanne] Boyle commissioned this study to be done about a year ago. It was last October it was to be completed on the trees at Seton Hill,” Barbara Hinkle, the vice president…