There will be a Sophomore Class Meeting on Tuesday, November 8th (that's tommorrow) in the Greensburg Room at 8:30 pm.
We will be discussing class colors, fundraisers and other events, so be there, or be square! Refreshments will be provided, although we're not sure what they are yet because Darren told us we'd have refreshments, but he didn't say what. We would still love your feedback and suggestions, even if there's no food.
So for all you sophomores out there, come to the meeting and bring your sophomore friends!
You can contact either myself or Megan (Livejournal user raging_turtle)--i'm Vice President and she's CLRB Representative-- if you have any questions.
I am really disappointed in the most recent edition of Seton Hill's alumni magazine, Forward
In May, I, along with 182 classmates graduated from SHU. We weren't even listed in the alumni magazine, but they did a two-page spread on the speakers, and a huge inset about the pastoral ministry program and a quote from the senior class president. While those are good features, they used to always list the graduates and any honors they received. I'm not looking for fame, but I think they deserve a little credit being new alumni and all...
To make matters worse, I'm an alumni news agent, and though I sent in my news long before the deadline, it didn't appear in this issue. This makes me look bad to the alumni I was reporting on.Whiskey.Tango.Foxtrot.
And am I the only one who thinks the cheerleaders' skirts are a wee on the too-darn-short side? No offense to any squad members here.
I figure Seton Hill is a good place to hear people saying interesting/crazy/funny things, so I thought I would let everyone know about Overheard in Pittsburgh
If you overhear anything interesting - on the street, in class, on the bus - pass it along to me with a brief description of the people involved at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Pittsburgh, this city of college students and work-a-day joes, of arts and beer and unreliable public transportation, it's hard not to overhear little bits of other people's lives.
In line at a fast food restaurant, a man yells into his cell phone.He's yelling for you.
On the bus, two girls gossiping about a celebrity couple.They're gossiping for you.
In class, a professor says something he really oughtn't.He's saying it for you.
Welcome to Overheard in Pittsburgh, a collection of impromptu little public performances, reported and displayed for your enjoyment.Overheard in Pittsburgh:
We're not eavesdroppers, we're attentive listeners.
Sat, Aug. 6th, 2005, 12:45 pm
I'm not new to this community but I've only posted once before.
My name is Clare and I'm a senior in high school. In college I want to major in Special Education. I came across this school because my great aunt is a Sister of Charity there, so I've been visiting Seton Hill since I was a little girl. I was just wondering if any of the current students on this community could tell me a little about Seton Hill. I'm gonna call to schedule a tour of the actual school soon. I just want to know why you like Seton Hill, what there is to do around that town, and so on. Any info is greatly appreciated.
Hey everyone! I'm updating because it's been awhile, we've got a few new members (welcome) and I suppose you could say we're in the home stretch. Also, because it's 1:46 am and I've got nothing else better to do. That and the fact its the first time in about 3 weeks my internet's been working--it's dialup. It's 26 days until the Freshmen get to Seton Hill, and 29 days for everyone else. Word has it that the residence hall is practically being thrown up and might
be finished on the 28th.
Personally, I got my bill today and then commenced a screaming fit (well, not really.) I'm also wondering how that coed Freshman dorm thing is going to work out. Bit of a mistake if you ask me. I wonder how they're going to enforce that one, since they could barely enforce the drinking policy. But then again Havey rooms are bigger. And does anyone know what's going on with our visitation/alcohol policies? I also heard at one point that they were changed, but I haven't really known any more about that. And I think Dr. Robin got married this summer, which only occured to me when I got that red pamphlet thing in the mail and it didn't say Illsley.
Ah well. That's my two cents.
I hope you guys are having a great summer, and I'm definitely looking forward to coming back. I think I'm not really excited about leaving home, but I'm excited about coming back. Does that make sense? Anyway, enjoy the rest of the month, and stay cool (since it's so damn hot everywhere).
Yeah. Apparently someone at SHU doesn't like me. Guess what building I'm going to be in? Harvey hall. *cough*
Incoming men will reside in Havey Hall. Women will live in Brownlee Hall."
I realize that things have changed [for the worse] at SHU but I was hoping I'd at least be put in Brownlee, even if there are going to be some guys there also.
I hope they're at least going to give us something other than urinals.
Do you know what is nearest Harvey Hall and what is furthest away? If lot B or D is by Harvey Hall? Or the dinning hall?
What is your opinion of Harvey Hall compared to the other buildings as far as it's condition and such?
Does anyone know when we're going to find out who are roommates are?
Hi everyone. I am excited to see SHU has a LJ community!
My name is Daryle Marie. And I am an upcoming freshman (fall 2005).
I went to orientation on May 21st. It was frightening, and there were jocks all over the place.
But I'm staying optimistic! I love what I'm majoring in, and looking forward to meeting new people.
So.. yeah! Just wanted to say hi.
Mon, May. 30th, 2005, 09:00 pm
I'm new to this group. My name is Clare and I'm 17 years old (just finishing up my Junior year in high school) I'm thinking about going to Seton Hill in a major for special education. :) My great aunt is a sister of charity there and I visit her alot, so I'm very familiar with the place. Just wondering if anybody here had tips or advice for me...Thanks!