SHU participates in Equal Pay Day rally

On April 4, a massive crowd of students and faculty from Seton Hill University congregated outside the Greensburg courthouse to demonstrate for Equal Pay Day. Commuters and spectators were met with chants and cheers brought forth from the picket sign-wielding congregation. Soon after the crowd began their protest, Karen Glass, assistant professor of theatre at…

Celebrating Black History Month

As political and racial tensions and talks run high in America, it is a more important time now than any to recognize Black History Month. Though its origins run much further back, Black History Month has been officially celebrated since 1976. Initially, “Negro History Week” was created by Carter G. Woodson, during the second week…

Analyzing Tropes in Today’s Comedy

When first invented, moving pictures probably were thought by many to be just a fad, but their presence in media has continued into the twenty-first century thanks to various directors, producers, actors and the audience of regular movie-goers. However, even in an age of ever-improving technology and innovation where creativity is more widespread than ever…