Weblogs at Seton Hill University
Members of the Seton Hill University community are welcome to a free WordPress blog hosted on this site. (This tutorial video will show you how to request and set up your Seton Hill WordPress blog.)
The Seton Hill blogosphere has been continuously active since Fall, 2003. (We were here before YouTube, before Twitter, before Facebook.) We even made the front page of the Pittsburg Post-Gazette in 2005.
Recently posted on the most active SHU weblogs:
- My Son Plays Mozart Too Fast
- Dear readers: Please stop calling us ‘the media.’ There is no such thing.
- STEM Education Is Vital–But Not at the Expense of the Humanities
- A Dance Mom Gets Schooled
- Headphones, Croutons and Rhetoric
- Revision: Don’t just wash off your old sedan. Turn it into a pink monster truck or a solar-powered jetpack.
- Yes, Virginia, There Is a Journalist!
- Teaching “Bartleby the Scrivener”
- Of Musicals, Teen Snark and Venn Diagrams
- “Jewish priests do this. It’s where Leonard Nimoy got the Vulcan sign,” says the geeking, who is excited for Fiddler on the Roof auditions.
- “What Teachers Make” Sequence of Assignments
- The Rhetoric of Anthems and the Drama of Kneeling
- World Trade Center Literary and Cultural Reflections (first posted September 11, 2001)
- Facebook’s Censorship Problem Is What Happens When a Tech Company Controls the News
- #setonhill remembers 9/11/2001.