An Awkward Girl’s Guide to Quarter Life Crises

  Mostly everyone has heard of a midlife crisis, but until recently I thought realizing that you were almost halfway through your life was the only named crisis-worthy life event. As I get closer and closer to graduation, I’ve started feeling more and more panicked and less and less like ever getting out of bed.…

Independent TEDx Talk visits Seton Hill campus

David Sweeney, associate professor of sports management, occasionally uses TED talks in his classes because they are short and impactful. One day after watching a couple, he realized that Seton Hill University (SHU) should have an independent TED event (called a TEDx). The culmination of this moment of inspiration, was TEDx Seton Hill where 15…

Project H.O.P.E. sponsors dating violence awareness event

Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everywhere), Seton Hill University’s (SHU) social work club is hosting Gary Cuccia Feb. 6 from 4- 6 p.m. in Cecillian Hall.  Cuccia has been speaking out against dating violence since his daughter was brutally murdered by an ex-boyfriend in 2007, right after her 16th birthday. “Our biggest hope is to…

Awkward Girl’s Guide: Surviving Winter Break

I don’t know about you, but this awkward girl is totally excited for winter break. I can’t wait until it’s time to take a step back from classes, writing and studying so that I breathe. I’m going to bake, eat delicious food, watch heartwarming movies and mostly just enjoy some relaxation. Break can come with…

Awkward Girl’s Guide: Surviving Winter Break

I don’t know about you, but this awkward girl is totally excited for winter break. I can’t wait until it’s time to take a step back from classes, writing and studying so that I breathe. I’m going to bake, eat delicious food, watch heartwarming movies and mostly just enjoy some relaxation. Break can come with…

Seton Hill remembers beloved president

  Around noon today, students received an email from the office of Interim President Bibiana Boerio announcing the death of President Emerita JoAnne Boyle. “It is with great sadness that I write to inform you of the death of our beloved President Emerita JoAnne Boyle,” the email said. “Please keep the Boyle family and the…

Visit scholar focuses on Catholic Social Teaching and Vatican II anniversary

Visiting scholar Father John Pawlikowski was scheduled to arrive Wednesday as a collaborative effort of National Catholic Center of Holocaust Education (NCCHE) and Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Mission and Identity Committee. Pawlikowski visited classes, worked with SHU staff and will present a public lecture tonight at 7 p.m. “The Committee wanted to sponsor a program…

An Awkward Girl’s Guide to Living with Roommates

Whether you are moving in with a best friend, or you’ve just been randomly matched by a survey, living with someone who is not your family comes with a special kind of awkwardness. Luckily, I am the awkward expert. Welcome to Awkward Girl’s Guides. Sometimes I feel unbearably awkward. I don’t hate people… I’m not…

Students develop program to befriend Sisters

What connects Wii bowling, the Sisters of Charity and Seton Hill University (SHU) students? The Sister Friendship Program, hosted by a group of students from assistant professor of communications John Ciak’s class “Organizational Communications,” allowed SHU students to interact with Sisters from Caritas Christi during the last three Fridays in April. “The idea for the…