Working to learn outside10/21/10



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.



Reacting to the iPads10/21/10



Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Griffin Technology Advantage (GTA) program has drawn positive and negative attention since its inception. The iPad program has received mixed reviews from both students and professors. 

Get Lamp. Show Documentary10/21/10
A complete waste of time: that’s what documentary film director Jason Scott believes most people say when they think of Interactive Fiction (IF). But, for a select audience, interactive fiction is a world unto itself where players can let their imaginations run wild.
Students labor to aid, help strangers09/23/10


Sixteen years ago Labor of Love was introduced as a way to give Seton Hill University (SHU) students a chance to give back and get involved in area organizations and services.

Vegetarians, athletes request healthier eating options09/02/10


For sophomore Sofiya Arnaudova, everything changed when she came to Seton Hill University (SHU) in August of 2008. Arnaudova, who grew up in Bulgaria, became a vegetarian when she enrolled at SHU.

Students donate blood09/02/10


Every year Seton Hill University (SHU) holds blood drives throughout the year in hopes of attracting students and faculty to donate. Donating a single pint of blood can save up to 3 lives. A little needle a simple pinch and it’s done.

Campus Ministry joined by O'Brien09/02/10


Seton Hill University’s (SHU) Campus Ministry is a campus organization that encourages religion amongst interested students. Along with the start of a new school year, this fall semester also welcomes Sister Maureen O’Brien as the new director of SHU’s Campus Ministry.