‘Speech’ speaks to the heart

Maddie Gillespie Business/Ads Manager Every once in a while, an artistic production is so well done that it not only leaves you in your seat laughing or crying in turns, but it teaches you at least one new concept by the end. The movie “The King’s Speech” is one such admirable production. To date, “The…

Try to pace your final year end rush

The end is nigh. Or at least the end of this semester is. For most of us at Seton Hill University (SHU), this ending is a much appreciated break from the seemingly endless hustle and bustle of school work. The conclusion of this fall semester also brings a new class of SHU graduates and the…

Dress up for a hellacious Halloween, candy goodness

This year’s Halloween is fast approaching and bringing along buckets of candy, glowing jack-o-lanterns, and hordes of children on sugar-highs thanks to the aforementioned candy. But what is Halloween? To some it is the chance to get together and watch scary movies, to party while dressed in crazy outfits or the time of the year…

Discover cultural and scientific wonders off campus

The beginning of a new semester at Seton Hill University (SHU) is on its way, bringing with it plenty of awaiting homework assignments and projects bound to need some research. Decrease your worries though, because there are plenty of areas an hour’s drive or less from SHU from which you can draw inspiration or seek…

Spring thunderstorm shakes trees to their roots

Just when you thought that spring had finally come to stay with the warm weather at the beginning of April, wind blew in cooler air and, in some cases, seemed like it was trying to carry people. And then came the thunderstorm of all thunderstorms that covered a good portion of Western Pennsylvania in wind…

Unearthing cars with helpful friends and strangers

Due to the recent system of snowstorms that have covered cities across the Midwestern and Eastern states, several of Seton Hill University (SHU) students experienced the problem of digging their vehicles out of overnight snow banks. Cars and trucks were buried beneath 16 plus inches of snow on Feb 5-6, making it a chore to…

Work and play without diving off the deepend

The new year of 2010 is still shiny and novel, yet filled with hopeful resolutions to improve people’s lives. As students at Seton Hill University (SHU), we again have the opportunity to promise ourselves that this semester we will accomplish academic heights, or at least satisfy our parents and guardians. Such lofty goals might include…

Harvest Moon better than FarmVille?

With Facebook’s popular FarmVille game seemingly growing by leaps and bounds along with the crops players can grow, it might be easy to overlook where such a game may have “grown” out of. Before FarmVille and other like online farming games, if one wanted to experience the virtual sensation of diligently tending a farm of…