Student explores career options

�I didn’tchoose to intern here because it was close or convenient, I did it because it was something that I am so interested in and something I would like to do in the future,� said Vanessa Vintinner, a senior history major who is currently an intern in the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE).…

Art students show their stuff

As the end the semester nears, as does the end of their time at Seton Hill University (SHU) for seniors. The graduating seniors who are art majors must carry out one last assignment before graduation. All art majors (excluding art history) must conduct a senior art exhibit their final semester at SHU. This year, on…

In love and war, SHU alums

It can be said that the war in Iraq has struck many people all over the country. Whether it’s having family being stationed, losing a family member or friend, or even for personal interest, Iraq has certainly made its presence. Seton Hill University (SHU) has experienced its own importance to a soldier stationed in Iraq.…

Fair or unfair? Special housing for honors students

Living arrangements this year at Seton Hill University (SHU) have become a current topic shared by students. Whether its rearrangements or displacement, both have been brought up as concerns for the Fall 2006-Spring 2007 academic year. More specifically, the placement of Honors students in De Chantal Hall has created discussion among SHU students. This year,…

NCAA’s requirements for SHU

As the Seton Hill University’s (SHU) athletic programs switch to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) some policy and provision changes are projected to take place. Concerning the NCAA and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), associate athletic director Dan McCarty said, �There will be few changes made to our athletic program because of the…