SHU PA program raises over $1,400 for Center for Courageous Kids

The physician assistant program’s soup sale resulted in 292 quarts of soup sold, which added up to 72 gallons and over $1,400 raised. According to Dylan Everett, a member of the PA program at Seton Hill University, they received good feedback this semester and are already thinking of other soup options for next semester. The…

SHU soup sale benefits Center for Courageous Kids

“They are very good salespeople. They walked around the different offices asking people,” said Judy Underwood, administrative assistant of student engagement. “And who doesn’t like soup?” Seton Hill University is holding a soup sale until Friday, Oct. 13 and all profits go to The Center for Courageous Kids (CCK). Dylan Everett and Hallie Gilbert started…

SHU students travel to present phages research

Seton Hill University’s Natalie Frydryck, a sophomore double major in forensics and biology, and Jordan McCready, a medical technology major, will be travelling down to the Janelia Research Campus located in Ashburn, Va. June 9-11 to present a poster and talk about the work of the BL 100 Foundations of Scientific Inquiry courses taught at…

Nature Club hosts seed planting event

The Nature Club will be handing out cups and seeds today directly after the junior class tree planting ceremony, which begins at 1:45 p.m. this afternoon. The event will be held on the front lawn of the Administration Building. “Originally we planned a trash pick-up walk to combat litter, but fortunately our campus doesn’t have…

Seton Hill University introduces MySHU

Seton Hill University’s Griffin’s Lair was updated on March 13. The change to the intranet, which is used by students and faculty daily, was a necessary change for the MySHU development team to continue growing as a university. It still has the same applications, links and content that are familiar to faculty and students, but…