English club event helps English majors with career issues

Getting ready to pursue your career can start when you become a freshman in college. Though freshman and sophomore students may be a few years away from graduation, it is never too early to begin thinking about internship and job opportunities. On Tuesday, March 24, the English Club at Seton Hill University (SHU) worked in…

SHU changes recruitment standards while entering NCAA

Seton Hill University (SHU) athletics have gone through tremendous change with joining the ranks of National Collegiat Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II. While that change has lately been seen in the new batch of schools that teams have been playing; another important change is the how SHU is going about recruiting new athletes to the…

SHU embattled in five million dollar land gift dispute

Seton Hill University (SHU) is currently involved in a legal dispute over the profits from sale of land in Texas. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune’s article, “Seton Hill seeks $5 million profit on oil wells,” the land was given as a gift to SHU in 1991. The purpose of the land was never intended for…

Off-campus students feel unwelcome in Greensburg

Seton Hill University (SHU) students who recently moved into downtown and Southwest Greensburg have not received such a warm welcome. An article in the September 16th issue of the Tribune Review mentioned an incident in Southwest Greensburg that happened during the weekend of August 30th. A party that was held at the house of several…

Students, landlord in housing ordinance dispute

The subject of the student housing ordinance has hit close to home for several students who live in a house in downtown Greensburg. The city of Greensburg website states that the requirement for student’s homes under the ordinance are: no more than five students can occupy a student home, a student home’s cannot be within…

Marvin Huls receives choral

The beginning of the fall semester is starting off with high honors for one member of the Seton Hill University (SHU) faculty. Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Westmoreland Choral Society, Marvin Huls, received the 2008 Elaine Brown Award for Choral Excellence earlier this month.

Clarks give an exciting end to St. Patrick’s Day weekend

On Sunday, March 16th Big Brother Big Sisters of the Laurel Region presented The Clarks at the Palace Theatre on West Otterman Street. This is the second year the organization has put on a charity concert involving the band. The Clarks are a local band based out of the Western Pennsylvania region. They are known…

“Fred Claus” brings witty holiday spirit

It is again that time of year when holiday movies begin to pop up in theatres. When one thinks of holiday films, one may not usually think of actor Vince Vaughn and his fast-talking wit as the star of one. However, this season, the anticipated release of “Fred Claus” puts a new twist on family…