Police Blotter: Jan. – March 2016

Jan. 10 at 3:47 a “Farrell resident reported being harassed by a current and former student.” Jan. 14 at 22:49 “a fire extinguisher was discharged in Brownlee basement.” Jan. 21 at 0:20 “an odor of marijuana was detected in Maura Hall.” Jan. 22 at 18:21 “a report of two students smoking marijuana outside Havey.” Jan.…

SHU Baseball player signs to L.A. Dodgers

For upcoming aspiring athletes who have that dream of one day making it to the professional league, the highest of all levels of competition where the big bucks are paid and the fans are like no other you will ever experience. A “long shot” as some would call it, where the odds are slim to…

Letter to the Editor: May 2014

Dear Editor, I would like to publicly thank and congratulate all of the athletes and coaches involved with our women’s lacrosse team. First of all, congratulations on a tremendous season on the field! These women posted a 13-5 record in their first season of PSAC play and hosted a first round tournament game! The 13…

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…

When disaster strikes: Hurricane Sandy

While most students were sleeping on the night of Hurricane Sandy, I was in my room watching the live news for New Jersey. My family was telling me that my house was not hit; yet I could see my town on the local WPXI News. My town is not a large one; it is roughly…

Campus Ministry hosts ‘Week with Christ’

 Week with Christ is a traditional week filled with events for students to get involved and to center their attention towards Christ. Events begin on Sunday, Sept. 15 and end on Thursday, Sept. 20. It is a way to spiritually fill the days that lead up to homecoming at Seton Hill University (SHU) according to…

Book fair is added to yearly book discussion and welcoming liturgy

An interactive book fair replaced a panel discussion for the annual book discussion at Seton Hill University (SHU) Thursday morning. John Medina’s “Brain Rules” was selected as a required summer reading for all incoming freshmen. “Brain Rules” decodes 12 distinct areas of everyday life that affect the brain and offers ways to combat these problems.…

Make A Wish Club sponsors Hunger on the Hill

For the first time at Seton Hill University (SHU), the Make A Wish Club is sponsoring a game called Hunger on the Hill to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  “The game entails a team of two partnering up to eliminate the other teams by squirting them with squirt guns. The winning team gains 40…