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Baseball: Pirates rout Rutgers, avoid sweep

The Seton Hall Pirates’ offense exploded on Sunday afternoon at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J., as the Pirates were able to knockoff the Rutgers Scarlet Knights by a score of 16-5.

Falconi homers in in loss to Rutgers

The Pirates baseball team fell 4-2 to Rutgers on Saturday in the second of a three-game series with the Scarlett Knights.

For DeStaso, family a part of the game

DeStaso’s family will certainly miss watching Danielle play.

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Charter day to come to campus

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day is a day meant to commemorate the year...

Greek week exceeds expectations

Greek Week was in full swing last week as Greek organizations took part in a...

DOVE makes last call for student volunteers

Warm weather and clear skies means students will be fighting the urge to...

Irish heritage, history honored

From fighting famines to hard times and discrimination in the “New...

For DeStaso, family a part of the game

DeStaso’s family will certainly miss watching Danielle play.

Baseball: Pirates rout Rutgers, avoid sweep

The Seton Hall Pirates’ offense exploded on Sunday afternoon at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J., as the Pirates were able to knockoff the Rutgers Scarlet Knights by a score of 16-5.

Falconi homers in in loss to Rutgers

The Pirates baseball team fell 4-2 to Rutgers on Saturday in the second of a three-game series with the Scarlett Knights.

Former professor struck by train, faced harassment complaint

Frantz Merisier, the 34 year old former Seton Hall adjunct professor and graduate student who was fatally hit by a train in South Orange on April 14, was dismissed last semester after a student filed a sexual harassment complaint against him, according to his attorney Nathaniel Davis.

US National Security Advisor Susan Rice to Speak At SHU

Ambassador Susan Rice will be visiting Seton Hall’s campus on Thursday,...

How much of your meal plan was wasted?

Many on-campus students do not completely use their mandatory meal plans,...

Finding a home in headlines and deadlines

Senior Column: Four years have come and gone and the daunting reality of...

Say something for suicide awareness

In last week’s issue of The Setonian, there was an article written about...

Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Michael R. Martino

Life is marked with moments of notable transition. Some leave a lasting...

Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Bradley Morley

I am confident that I speak for the majority of the senior class when I say...

Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Mary Migton

Seton Hall’s decision to forgo a keynote speaker at this year’s...

Baseball: Pirates rout Rutgers, avoid sweep

The Seton Hall Pirates’ offense exploded on Sunday afternoon at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J., as the Pirates were able to knockoff the Rutgers Scarlet Knights by a score of 16-5.

Walkden sets HR mark as softball bests Butler

The Seton Hall Pirates softball team swept a crucial double-header against the Butler Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon. The Pirates won the first game by a score of 5-4 and the second game, 6-5 in thrilling fashion.

Falconi homers in in loss to Rutgers

The Pirates baseball team fell 4-2 to Rutgers on Saturday in the second of a three-game series with the Scarlett Knights.

Baseball’s woeful offense continues to slump as Rutgers edges Pirates

The Seton Hall baseball team’s offense continued a major slump as the...

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