Victims of tragedy live on at Seton Hill

December 21 will mark the 25th anniversary of the Pam Am flight 103 plane crash that killed all 243 pas- sengers and 16 crew members. Two Seton Hill University Students (SHU), Elyse Saraceni, 20, and Beth Ann Johnson, 21, were among those killed. Lois Sculco, Vice President for Institutional Identity, Mission and Student Life, knew…

Alumni Weekend captures the Seton Hill Experience

A large group of former Seton Hill (SHU) students gathered at their alma mater for a weekend full of fun and reminiscing from Friday to Sunday. With classes as early as the Class of 1941 represented, Alumni Weekend provided a chance not just for students to catch up with each other, but also allowed SHU…

STAC prepares for Haunted Asylum

This year the Student Theatre Activities Council (STAC) is presenting Seton’s Haunted Asylum at the Performing Art Center on Oct. 11 from 8 p.m. to 11p.m. The cost is $3 per person or $5 for an all night pass per person. “I am excited to be able to coordinate the event,” head coordinator William “Bill”…

May Griff’s Flyover

SHU’s Performing Arts Center presents “Running in Traffic” Friday May 4.  Come enjoy a performance about a woman in a sandwich suit saving the life of an autistic man. Tickets are only $5 for SHU students. Skyblast Pirates game tickets for the May 5 game against the Cincinnati Reds are on sale now. For $20…

Griff’s September Flyover

Tonight is the grand opening of the Harlan Gallery Reception of to Speak to Her Heart. The exhibit consists of various artist’s books, lithographs and installation art by Leslie al Golomb and Barbara Broff Goldman. The Faculty Music Recital is set for Fri. Oct. 7.  This free event will be located in the Performing Arts…

Willochell Ice serves up summer treats

As the heat pours in during the summer months, stop by Willochell Ice for a fresh cool down. Willochell Ice is tucked away on a quick alley corner just a block from the Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center (SHUPAC). “There high quality items for a very good price,” said sophomore (for Fall 2011) Kellie…

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…

Gershwin Fantasy mesmerizes audiences

By Adrienne Bracken Staff Writer On March 26, the Pittsburgh Ballet presented A Gershwin Fantasy at Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Performing Arts Center.  The ballet, divided into Step Touch and Gershwin Fantasy, was choreographed by prominent dancer Viktor Plotnikov and featured jazz music by brothers George and Ira Gershwin. The ballet’s step touch dancing displayed…