The end is near – take cover

After four years, I’m a senior and I’m finally leaving. When I had my portfolio review, I got the feeling that the school had prepared me to leave and was pushing me out the door. After all the papers, presentations, hastily thrown together reflections and meaningless PowerPoints, it’s really almost over. I think I will…

Show incoming students the real Seton Hill

Last week, there was a scholarship dinner for prospective freshmen. I was able to find out what it was that the future students ate and when I did, I was astonished. They had a seafood bar available to them, which was stocked with crab, oysters and shrimp. They also had other goodies such as a…

High definition television stolen

On January 15, 2008, during the early hours of the morning, the high definition television was stolen from the front half of the Maura Hall “Commuter” Lounge at Seton Hill University (SHU). The television had not even been there for a year when it was taken over winter break. A reward of $200 is currently…

Respect is a large factor in SHU parking crises

Ah, parking. The tried-and-true probably on the top ten list of complaints from anyone who frequents Seton Hill University. It’s only made worse by a campus that’s growing faster than it has room for its occupants, by administration that’s denying there’s a problem and by students who fell asleep when someone was trying to teach…

Home Sweet Home…Not So Much

Seton Hill University (SHU) is, quite literally, for me and many other students, my home. I live here. And so do many other students – including those who live hours away, or even days away, depending how long their flights or drives are. It is really beneficial that SHU feels like home when we can’t…

Arts center celebrated in downtown Greensburg

On August 28, 2007, Seton Hill University (SHU) celebrated the start of the arts center’s construction. The ceremony included an opening with a welcoming by Joanne Boyle, president of SHU. Many of the university’s downtown businesses, and partners from the city, county and state arrived. Bishop Lawrence E. Brant was also present to help in…

What’s going on in the world of Residence Life?

When the students of Seton Hill University (SHU) arrived back to campus, they had noticed a lot of changes to the Residence Life policies. Many of these changes came without warning and seemingly, without reason. Some of the biggest changes were the locks on the bathroom doors of all residence halls but Farrell Hall and…