SITA visits Pittsburgh museums, holds mic-less nights

A vibrant community of artisans isn’tlimited to the cultural district of Pittsburgh. Seton Hill University has one right here, through the Students In the Arts (SITA) club. Art students use this medium to connect with others and explore their field with activities and events throughout the year. Recent events include trips to the Andy Warhol…

Everyman brings modern flare to medieval morality

Seton Hill University’s (SHU) uninterrupted performance of the 15th century Christian-themed play �Everyman� did nothing short of captivating patrons of Reeves Theatre. The entire plot was masterfully wrapped around the circular nature of life. Struggles with money and power were contrasted to goodness and holistic living. At the end of the play, the actors show…

Theatre students discuss life behind the scenes

The theatre program at Seton Hill University (SHU) gives talented hopefuls a chance to earn credentials by doing what they love most. Most students that choose theatre are so passionate about the art that they are willing to put incredible amounts of time into rehearsals. Terry Brino-Dean, director of the theatre program, said �Our rehearsals…