Seton Hill Plans Crimson and Gold Week in lieu of Homecoming

Seton Hill has introduced a new way to honor the spirit of Homecoming through planning Crimson and Gold Days Oct. 12-18. Physical distancing and the limitations on gatherings have posed challenges to athletic activities and events of tradition, including a new outlook on Homecoming. Director of New Student and Transition Programs Matt Zielinski discussed the…

International Literacy Perspectives

International Literacy Day was first recognized by the United Nations in 1966. This celebration takes place annually on September 8 to recognize the importance of literacy within communities, societies and individuals across the globe. This year, the United Nations has declared their theme as, “Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.” This…

The Arts Live On: Theatre and Dance Department Students Adapt to Physical Distanced Studio Spaces

Virtual Zoom meetings have become a norm over the last few months for university classroom learning, but also for studio settings in the arts. As students return to campus this fall for in-person learning, the Seton Hill University Theatre and Dance Department have thought creatively about the adaptation to accommodate social distancing guidelines for courses…

Networking During a Pandemic: Expanding Social Capital While Social Distancing

As a result of the recent on-going pandemic, many people continue to adapt to new lifestyle changes. As students, it is especially important to continue to advance in your careers despite the challenges of facing the new normal.   Remote work has been the new alternative to face-to-face jobs and internships. With this comes the importance…

Dear Fall Athletes

Dear Fall Athletes,  The year 2020 will go down as one of the craziest years, not only in American history, but in global history. I rang in the new year optimistic that it was going to be the best one yet. Full of hope and promise. Slowly, roadblock after roadblock began to arise, disrupting everything…