International Literacy Perspectives

International Literacy Day was first recognized by the United Nations in 1966. This celebration takes place annually on September 8 to recognize the importance of literacy within communities, societies and individuals across the globe. This year, the United Nations has declared their theme as, “Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.” This…

Seton Hill student reflects on PCA conference experiences and future endeavors

During the last weekend of September, SHU senior Communication major Brittaney Pietrangelo presented at the 80th annual Pennsylvania Communication Association (PCA) conference at the Penn State Berks campus in Reading, Pa.  This conference is hosted annually to promote philosophy, research, service, teaching and development in all areas of interpersonal communication. It also provides undergraduate students…

Homecoming Cup comes to SHU

Homecoming is a time when students have the chance to fully embody their school spirit. Students, alumni, friends and family are all invited to participate in these events and take  in the welcoming community of our university. This year, Seton Hill is stirring up the excitement of this week-long celebration with the introduction of the…

Top five books to read this summer

Summer is a busy time for everyone, whether it be school and work or catching up with friends. Everyone needs a break now and then. The following is a list of the top five best books to sit down and relax with over the summer. “Falling Awake: How to Practice Mindfulness in Everyday Life” by…