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…

Police Blotter: January 2017

Jan. 4 at 18:52 “A smoke detector activated on 2nd Farrell. An item in the microwave was the cause. Fire department deodorized the room.” Jan. 10 at 19:10 “A fire alarm activated at the 131 building. The cause was unknown.” Jan. 19 at 22:20 “A smoke detector activated on 3rd floor Brownlee. The cause of…

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,…

A Remembrance of the Holocaust

Jan. 27, individuals from the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education held an Observance of United Nations International Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust. The event was from 10 a.m – 1 p.m. in the Maura Solarium. The special event was put together by Seton Hill University’s Holocaust Center intern Rhett Baldwin…