SHU community discusses social justice at MLK program

On Feb. 2, students and faculty flowed into Cecilian Hall for the Martin Luther King Jr. Educational Day program. To begin the event, a group of students walked down the aisles and performed an act discussing the change they want to see in the world. As the group of students disappeared, Michael Jackson and his…

Rwandan genocide survivor speaks at Seton Hill University

Oct. 26, Immaculee Ilibigiza spoke to a sold out venue at Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Performing Arts Center. A protester showed up to the event, asking attendees and other passersby for their support of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The protester also attended the event and left some worried, but there were no major issues and the…

‘Wellness Week’ supplies healthy activity, services

Seton Hill University (SHU) held a health fair in honor of “Wellness Week” in which students could visit an assortment of educational displays and learn about different health programs and associations. The various organizations that attended the health fair ranged from campus and the local level to national programs. These included Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits,…

STW students celebrate their work

Just about every student who walks the halls of Seton Hill University (SHU) is required to take Seminar in Thinking and Writing (STW). This class deals with the discussion and writing of topics in the media as well as current events. On Wed., April 27, students from their respective STW classes were given the opportunity…

American Red Cross Blurb

On April 30, the Westmoreland-Chestnut Ridge American Red Cross chapter held a four hour seminar on “International Humanitarian Law” free of charge. Around 18 students attended. The course covered the Geneva Convention and the purpose of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) – “a set of rules that seek to protect those who do not or no…