Model UN supports important women in history

“I think a lot of people believe that Model UN is just for political science majors. However, I think there’s something for everyone,” said Brianna Franzino, a sophomore global studies major and has a minor in political science. “If there’s anyone that has any kind of interest in the international world and international issues, Model…

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…

Big Pink Week raises awareness for breast cancer

From Oct. 21-24, Seton Hill’s Residence Life hosted Big Pink Week, featuring multiple events on campus to encourage breast cancer awareness and raise funds for Westmoreland Walks. Westmoreland Walks is a local organization that contributes towards breast cancer research and supports men and women through their diagnosis.  To kick off the week, the seventh annual…

You Are Here hosts open mic night

You Are Here is an up-and-coming art gallery that works to be a gathering place for creativity. Located in Jeanette, Pa., the artistic space has been hosting events for about one year. In addition to hosting original galleries, YAH is known to collaborate with creatives, acting as an environment for artistic expression.  Scott Silsbe is…

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…