This is one staff curious and ready for change

When news of a new visual arts and science building spread through Seton Hill University’s (SHU’s) campus, most students were left in awe of the changes coming to campus.  President JoAnne Boyle announced campus expansion and rebuilding during Fall Workshop 2012.  Since then, news has boomed over large donations and unique innovations for both of…

Straight to the Head with Sr. Susan Yochum

Straight to the Head with Sr. Susan Yochum According to Sr. Susan Yochum, chairperson of the division of natural and health sciences, the division has a lot to offer in terms of news this semester. From a government funded research project to the new exercise science major and potential building projects, big things are happening…

SHU President of 25 years announces retirement

Since before Seton Hill University (SHU) had male students, the Griffin or iPads, the university was lead by President JoAnne Boyle. Boyle, SHU’s longest serving president, announced that she plans to retire by June 30, 2013. Students received letters and a campus wide email on January 17, 2013 notifying them of the announcement. “The University…

Millennial generation’s feature prominent role in the 2012 presidential election

Talk from news sources has spurred comments that the current generation of eighteen to twenty-nine year olds—called “Millennials”—will determine the future President of the United States for the next four years. ‘This Presidential Election is the most important election of our generation,” said Frank Klapak, professor of communication, in a recent class. But, truly, how…

Homecoming 2012 provides a celebration of red and gold

Homecoming is a time for celebration, a time for family, a time for remembrance.  This year’s Homecoming and Family Weekend has outdone its self. It has grown from a three-day weekend to an entire week affair. From campus to community, this weekend will rock the town of Greensburg. Let’s start by painting the town red…

SHU and LECOM unite for heart health

Seton Hill University (SHU) and the American Heart Association (AHA) hosted a heart walk that raised $3,266 in donations. On Saturday, SHU and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) students gathered with community members and walked around the campus to raise awareness for heart related illnesses. “Walking is one of the best exercises. You…

Seton Hill University transforms over time

Seton Hill University’s (SHU) campus has an incredibly rich history. Many of the buildings on campus have corner blocks with the year they were built. Almost all the buildings were built during the 20th century with a few exceptions such as Salvetti gymnasium, McKenna Center, DeChantal Hall, Farrell Hall and the Performing Arts Center. A…