Renovations for Lowe Dining Hall have been approximately two years in the making. The dining hall has also not been updated since 1919. The original estimated opening for the newly renovated dining hall was Aug. 17, and that date still holds as developments move forward as expected. “Apparently Lowe was built to accommodate about 400,…
The Seton Hill Class of 2018 hosted the annual tree planting ceremony on April 21 on the front lawn of the Administration Building. The tree sapling, a Crimson King Maple, was dedicated to the first 100 graduating classes of SHU. Click here for the full article by Haley Carnahan.
Seton Hill University held its annual Heart Walk on Saturday, April 1. The sports management students who planned the event raised approximately $2,000 for the American Heart Association, which strives to fight heart disease and stroke. Food, raffles and games were also provided by different groups on campus. Photos courtesy of R.Zullo.
The Seton Hill University Feminist Collective organized a rally in honor of Equal Pay Day on April 4. A peaceful demonstration with two guest speakers took place outside the Greensburg Courthouse. The difference in pay between men and women in the United States is approximately 20 percent, according to the American Association of University Women.
Photos courtesy of R.Zullo.
Photos by D.Clark/Setonian.