Students, faculty and community members “will work for equality”

Despite poor weather, students, faculty and community members marched for equality on April 12. With signs reading “Will Work for Equality,” approximately 50 protestors marched to the Greensburg Courthouse to raise awareness about the inequality in salaries between men and women in Westmoreland County. Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Feminist Collective Club planned the Equal Pay…

Movie Review: Case 39

“They like to cast me for scary roles. I think it’s because they want you to be scared, but also to like the little girl” says Jodelle Ferlandis, quoted from on IMDB.com, who plays Lilith Sullivan in one of the most anticipated horror movies of the season: “Case 39“.

Harlan Gallery exhibition pays homage to the AAP in new ways

This year marks the 100th year for the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP), making it one of the oldest artist communities in the country. The AAP organized several different exhibitions around the area to showcase the work of its members. As a long-time member of AAP, Carol Brode, a former board member and gallery director…

WAF focuses on Haiti relief efforts

Along with hosting various high teas around campus and within the community, WAF has also been working closely with the island of Haiti for the past two years, and with the recent happenings down in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, WAF is reaching out to the community for help. The World Affairs Forum (WAF) at Seton Hill University…

Reviewing the Kindle 2

When Amazon came out with the Kindle, a great many people had differing views towards it, and wondered whether or not society was ready for one or not. Avid technology buffs will say that this device is a superb contraction that allows one to condense materials and have a constant collection of 1,500 books on…

Bundling up with the latest fashion trends

Winter fashion is easy to get excited about because of the ever-changing trends, the promises of layering, and the diversity of popular accessories for the season. This winter, we have seen a great focus towards the graphic black and white styles that come off as both classy and elegant, as well as witnessing a more…

Azar Nafisi challenges our imaginations

Azar Nafisi, author of “Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books” and Things I’ve Been Silent About,” came to Seton Hill University (SHU) on March 5th, as part of the 2008-2009 Lynch Lecture Series sponsored by SHU’s World Affairs Forum (WAF).