Combating Senioritis: Advice from Alumni

We have finally made it to Spring semester, which means seniors are that much closer to finally graduating. However, being so close to the graduation often alludes to another less exciting phenomenon: Senioritis.  The constant grind of churning out essays, studying for exams and reading endless textbook passages can take quite a toll on students,…

Setonian Study Tips

“Knowing that the final exam week is both close and still far away, you can do it, you will survive, and you can thrive if you can figure out what your motivation is to keep going,” states Meredith Weber, assistant director at Seton Hill’s Academic Achievement Center. Weber, as well as Lynda Sukolzky, assistant dean…

Seton Hill Plans Crimson and Gold Week in lieu of Homecoming

Seton Hill has introduced a new way to honor the spirit of Homecoming through planning Crimson and Gold Days Oct. 12-18. Physical distancing and the limitations on gatherings have posed challenges to athletic activities and events of tradition, including a new outlook on Homecoming. Director of New Student and Transition Programs Matt Zielinski discussed the…