Peggy Outon speaks at Seton Hill about wage inequality

Peggy Outon, the founding executive director of the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University, spoke at Seton Hill University last night in honor of Women’s History Month. Outon, who was also named to the national Nonprofit Times Top 50 for Power and Influence, gave a presentation about the 74% Project. The project…

SHU hosts fourth Relay for Life

Seton Hill University hosted its fourth annual Relay for Life event on Feb. 17. Over $2,000 was raised for the American Cancer Society throughout the week leading up to the event. Similar to previous years, the event was organized by the Strategic Leadership in Sports graduate class. Each year students from the class analyze the…

Relay for Life raises money at SHU basketball games

The Seton Hill University (SHU) Relay for Life organization raised $394 at Saturday’s basketball games against California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U). Students in Robert Zullo’s Strategic Leadership in Sports graduate class raised the money through a hospitality room, 50/50 raffles and donations. “I think the actual event was successful,” said Dilveer Chaggar, a student…

SHU promotes Relay for Life at tomorrow’s basketball games

Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Relay for Life organization is taking part in the men’s and women’s basketball games on Saturday, Feb. 11 against California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U). All attendees are encouraged to wear purple or pink to support the fight against cancer. Students in Robert Zullo’s Strategic Leadership in Sports graduate class have…

BREAKING NEWS: Emergency vehicles on scene at Caritas Christi

UPDATE: Everyone at Caritas Christi is safe and returned to the building this afternoon. Earlier this morning sirens were heard at Seton Hill University (SHU). Students reported emergency vehicles were stationed outside of Caritas Christi, located at the top of the Hill. The Greensburg Fire Department has begun an investigation into the incident. No other information…

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…

SHU begins dining hall expansion

Renovations for Lowe Dining Hall are currently underway as students get back into the swing of the spring semester. Plans for renovation started in April of 2015 and are estimated to be complete for the start of the 2017 fall semester. “We’ve been doing surveys of students for what they would like to see improved…

Trump inaugurated as 45th president

With the arrival of 2017 in full effect, the new year has already brought with it many changes. One of the biggest turn of events that has recently transpired in America was the inauguration of the 45th president, Donald Trump. The induction ceremony took place on Jan. 20 and contained many noteworthy, and at times,…