Harlan Gallery

In the back gallery of Seton Hill University’s Harlan Gallery there is a room dedicated to the stories of local women and men who were involved in the women’s movement. Their photos hang on the walls accompanied by their personal stories while a movie is projected onto the wall showing their interviews. It is an…

Debate panel focuses on financial issues

Fiscal concerns and economic plans were subjects of much discussion at a debate forum in Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Reeves Memorial Library on October 20. The panel consisted of Republican and Democratic students and faculty. One question posed by the moderator that resonated with the crowd of college students was what plans each candidate has…

Why Sarah Palin is not a feminist

When it comes to Sarah Palin, the media is wrought with misinformation. The LA Times says, “Sarah Palin’s ‘new feminism’ is hailed”, “A Feminist Dream at the GOP” reads The New York Post, and National Public Radio (NPR) asks, “Sarah Palin: New Face of Feminism?” The answer, NPR, is: absolutely not. They say she’s broken…

SHU aesthetics in question

When it comes to the aesthetic beauty of Seton Hill University (SHU), how can we move forward, while at the same time, preserve our unique history? The Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation would like to help answer that question with their draft report, which, according to Eugene Matta, the director of real estate and special…

LECOM opens location at SHU

Seton Hill University (SHU) and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), a private, graduate school of medicine and pharmacy, based in Erie, released their plans to open an additional location of LECOM at SHU during a press conference on June 17 held at SHU. According to Michele Ridge, chair of the Board of Trustees…

Powers, Yeargers assist in apprehending fellow student

On March 28 Seton Hill University (SHU) student Jeremy Spisak was jailed after allegedly taking a Greensburg police officer’s Taser gun and using the weapon on her. “I’ve spoken to Jeremy a few times and he always seemed like a nice person,” said Daryle Gracey, a junior. “However, you never can tell these things.”

Sisters of Charity sponsor immigration speaker

The number of people crossing borders has risen steadily in the past 15 years. In 2005, almost 200 million people lived outside their country of birth. “In today’s world, none of us can afford to be ignorant of world problems,” said Wilda Kaylor, associate director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education. “Even in…

August softball field vandalism still haunts team

The Seton Hill University (SHU) women’s softball team started off their year on a depressing note. The weekend before school started in August, the team’s wooden benches were stolen from their dugouts and thrown over the hill by the railroad tracks, which broke them into pieces. “I definitely think it stinks and I think it’s…