Working to learn outside



Outside the classroom windows the beautiful mosaic of autumn transforms. Students inside may peer out every once in a while and catch a glimpse of the bleeding colors of orange and red. A classroom where students are immersed in nature, rather than enclosed from, is exactly what senior Ashely White and junior Amanda Malkowski plan to create.



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Sports

Roethlisberger, Steelers Overthrow Browns

Oct. 17 marked the first game of the season that Ben Roethlisberger played with the Steelers after serving his four-game suspension. Roughly 20 protesters gathered around the entrance to Heinz Field with signs bearing slogans such as "Big Ben's a jagoff" and "Consent is not a game."

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Features

Constance Pierce exhibits unique talents in two-dimensional media, figure drawing



The Harlan Gallery at Seton Hill University (SHU) is currently exhibiting the work of Constance Pierce, entitled Ecce Con Meum (Behold my Heart). The show runs from September 23-October 22, 2010 mixing the biblical world with that of modern sufferings in our culture.

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Columns

Dear Seton Hill, I cannot wait to be an alumna. Love Chels

As a Seton Hill University Student Ambassador (SHUSA) I have a wonderful opportunity called Phonathon. It is a great honor to know that I am among a few students that get to talk to alumni about their memories of Seton Hill University (SHU), discuss the changes going on now, and to ultimatelyask them to donate to SHU’s annual fund. But it’s so much more than asking them for money.

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