Education club promotes Early Intervention

Seton Hill University (SHU) had been chosen to host the Second Annual Week of the Young Child Student Affiliate Dinner April 24.Cecilian Hall was nearly filled to the max as 200 students and board members from surrounding campuses gathered in fellowship for the betterment of education majors and professionals.“It’s great! I love being a part…

Education club hosts dinner for local students

Seton Hill University (SHU) had been chosen to host the Second Annual Week of the Young Child Student Affiliate Dinner April 24. Cecilian Hall was nearly filled to the max as 200 students and board members from surrounding campuses gathered in fellowship for the betterment of education majors and professionals.“It’s great! I love be- ing…

Distinguished Holocaust scholar visits SHU: Alan Rosen presents ‘Broken Hearts, Broken Homes: The Holocaust and Its Languages’

“As the world is imploding, the preservation of language is essential,” said Alan Rosen, world-renowned Holocaust scholar in his seminar “Broken Hearts, Broken Home: The Holocaust and Its Languages”.  Approximately 50 people met in Reeves Theater on February 29 to hear him speak. “Dr. Rosen’s visit was illuminating. He somehow made his work and himself…

SHU community connects past, present and future

It’s hard sometimes to imagine Seton Hill University (SHU) before we all arrived. The Setonian staff spans from freshmen to seniors, so none of us were around before SHU was a university or before it was coed. It is clear, however, that SHU has a rich history. We can’t make it through our education without…

SHU president and students converse

State of the Hill coffee talk sponsored a late night conversation with JoAnne Boyle, president of Seton Hill University (SHU).  The event featured discussion topics from the construction of new buildings and mission trips to Greek life and downtown Greensburg, and approximately 30 members of the SHU community expressed suggestions, memories and discontent. “I don’t…

‘Coffee Talk’ sparks alternate abortion disussion

Seton Hill University students were invited to discuss abortion during a Coffee Talk on Nov. 1 hosted by the Respect Life Club. The event, titled ‘Is God Pro-Life or Pro-Choice?’ addressed the controversial topic in more ways than one. Dr. Maryellen Schroeder, a physician at Penn Plum Family Medicine in Pittsburgh and mother of four,…

A Week Without Violence floats to start

Monday, Oct. 17 kicked off the start of AWeek Without Violence. The entire week was dedicated to promoting tolerance and peace on Seton Hill University’s (SHU) campus.The first event planned for the week was Peace Release. A small gathering of students and faculty members gathered on Sullivan Lawn to sign a peace pledge together. After…

Junior class celebrates dedicated staff

  The class of 2012 held a dedication tree ceremony to commemorate the work of Seton Hill University’s [SHU] custodial and maintenance staff on April 28. Students, teachers, custodians and maintenance men gathered by Lowe Dining Hall. Each year the junior class dedicates a tree to an individual or group they find deserving. Ethen Barnett,…

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…