Student opinions on how SHU reacted to the coronavirus

Like many colleges, Seton Hill University ended in person classes this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Setonian has contacted individuals from various classes to showcase student reactions to how SHU responded to the pandemic.  “Overall, I felt like the transition was pretty smooth from regular classes to online classes. I think it was…

First Christmas away from home

Before I came to the United States, I used to dream about experiencing a Christmas like the ones I’d seen in the movies: buying and decorating real Christmas trees, drinking hot chocolate in front of a fireplace and watching the snow falling outside.  However, now that I am about to spend my first Christmas away…

Top five tips for remote internships

As college students, it is important to find internship opportunities that fit into our busy schedules. A great way to balance school and an internship is by working a remote internship that you can complete at whatever location is easiest for you.  However, remote internships can have some challenges of their own, such as staying…

Miscommunication between band and football

Percussion, brass, winds, auxiliary.  My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace when the Griffin kept balance between the wind tribes, percussion kingdom, auxiliary nation and brass nomads. But that all changed when the Football Nation attacked.  September 14th, 2019 the first home game of the season. As…