The Great White North in A Weekend: Seton Hill Student-Athletes Experience Different Cultures, Eh?

“When first coming to the states for school, I found it crazy how many people I encountered knew so little about Canada,” said Tristen Hanke, a junior business major at Seton Hill University (SHU), and Toronto native. “At the same time, I was learning something new about the American culture every day.” Its borders lay…

Green practices slowly sprouting at SHU

“It would be awesome if someday Seton Hill could be on a list of most eco-friendly colleges,” said Danielle Shilling, an early childhood education major at Seton Hill University (SHU). With that goal in mind, Shilling founded her own student-run environmental club on campus called Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection (LEAP) in the fall…

Elizabeth Ann Seton: Forty years a Saint

In 1975, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton became the first American-born saint. Born Elizabeth Bayley, she married William Seton and had five children. After the death of her husband, she converted to Catholicism and opened a school. She eventually founded the Sisters of Charity, a religious organization devoted to education for all. According to the website…