Love is all you need

During my time in Northern Ireland, I’ve been on a quest to open the massive, padlocked gate behind which happiness seems to reside. I’ve lately caught myself reading further into situations in an attempt to uncover the next key. Most interactions with strangers, taxi drivers, and clerks result in the initial question, “Where are you…

SHU students look towards the future

The elections are over and Barack Obama has been reelected for another four years in office. Students at Seton Hill University had varied reactions to the news. Some students were excited that Obama won because it allowed them to look towards a brighter future on certain issues they support. “I’m glad Obama won and women’s…

Campaign 2012: Political Blurbs

Should Obama or Romney Care About Russia? by Tabby Gordon The elections are quickly arriving and the political race this year is a close one. While many here in America have their opinions of the presidential candidates, what about the leaders of other countries? Recently in Europe, various countries have been publishing news stories about…

Kristallnacht survivors remembered

The 24th annual Kristallnacht remembrance service was held in the St. Joseph’s Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. A service recalling Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, is held each year in order to honor those who died that night and to raise genocide awareness.“I’m speaking for the voices that were silenced so I can…

Who is America?

Of America in 1890, Walt Whitman said we are a “Centre of equal daughters, / equal sons, / All, all alike endear’d…”  Who are we post Civil Rights? Who are we post 9/11? Who is America, professor of communication Frank Klapak likes to ask. Anyone who has had a communication or journalism class, a “defining…