Seton Hill remembers beloved president

  Around noon today, students received an email from the office of Interim President Bibiana Boerio announcing the death of President Emerita JoAnne Boyle. “It is with great sadness that I write to inform you of the death of our beloved President Emerita JoAnne Boyle,” the email said. “Please keep the Boyle family and the…

Voters react to outcome of election

The election has come and gone. At Seton Hill University (SHU),  students and others are experiencing mixed feelings over the outcome. “I am happy about the outcome. I thought the whole process was pretty interesting,” said SHU sophomore Desiree DeClaudio. “ If I had to choose between Romney and Obama I would pick Obama. I…

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…

Students from the Virgin Islands take their chance to vote

On November 6th, the Virgin Islands(VI), like any state, citizens head out to vote. However unlike other states Virgin Island citizens do not vote for the next president, but instead candidates for seats in the local Senate and governor/lieutenant governor. “I vote because I want to take advantage of the opportunity given to me since…