Seniors share preparedness for graduation
Oct31

Seniors share preparedness for graduation

Graduation is just a few months away for Seton Hall seniors as they wrap up their time with the university and prepare to take on the workforce. Elizaveta Sidorova, a senior psychology major, said she plans to attend graduate school and enter into the workforce at the same time. “I have to attend graduate school because the career that I want to pursue requires a Ph.D.,” Sidorova said. She added that she wishes to become a clinical...

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Hall theater to perform an iconic play
Sep26

Hall theater to perform an iconic play

Every semester, a theater production takes place that is open to all students. One of the productions happening this semester is “Twelfth Night or What You Will,” a comedy written by William Shakespeare. This stage play features an excited cast that is happy to be performing an iconic work by the famous playwright. “I want the audience to have a good time, honestly,” Sarah Clifford, a senior theater major said. “Shakespeare can feel...

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Creative Writing program enhances students’ skills
Sep13

Creative Writing program enhances students’ skills

The Creative Writing program at Seton Hall has grown in recent years as more students enroll in the program and are taking their creative writing skills to the next level. Assistant Professor Cara Adams explained the program’s growth. “We have grown in size, with more students deciding to major at the undergraduate level and to pursue creative writing at the graduate level through our M.A. in English, which offers a creative writing...

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SAB’s Blue Day brings students together
Sep10

SAB’s Blue Day brings students together

The Student Activities Board (SAB) brought Seton Hall students together before the start of the semester as they held their annual Blue Day celebration on the Green on Aug. 26. Blue Day is an annual social event for students and features food, games and music activities like bungee jumping and mini-golf. The theme for Blue Day was inspired by a SAB member’s trips to Disney World over the summer. The food served was an inspiration from...

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WSOU student one of nation’s three Rising Stars
Apr25

WSOU student one of nation’s three Rising Stars

Thousands of people tune in each day to the critically acclaimed WSOU, Seton Hall’s Pirate Radio station. Talented students get to practice and showcase their skills, playing heavy metal rock or reporting the news: Alicia Campos, a junior digital sound and media major, is one of those many talented students. She started working for WSOU her freshman year after being inspired by meeting with the staff there previously. “When I came to...

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Math majors open to a world of possibilities
Apr18

Math majors open to a world of possibilities

There are students who learn about the importance of international relations between nations, others who study the mind to learn more about the self and there are those who study one of the fundamental building blocks of any academic field, mathematics. Students majoring in math learn everything from algebra to statistics and how that knowledge can be applied to everyday life. While math is not everyone’s strongest suit, the students...

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Career Advisers: Apply for internships now
Apr05

Career Advisers: Apply for internships now

It’s that time of the year again. Summer is fast approaching and students will be returning home and most have already made plans for vacations with their families and friends. Others, however, are planning on working an internship for experience in their fields of interest. As such, now marks a valuable window for students to meet with their career adviser at the Career Center to try and find an internship. “Do not wait a minute...

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Student film spotlights eating disorders
Mar17

Student film spotlights eating disorders

The South Orange Maplewood Film Festival (SOMA) hosts a variety of local filmmakers to showcase their films and documentaries. It is relatively new in the area and this year is the third year. In previous years, students from the College of the Communications and the Arts have had their works shown at the festival, as well as faculty members. As such, the festival provides an opportunity for many newcomers to show their works and...

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Slavic Club holds talk discussing assassinations
Mar03

Slavic Club holds talk discussing assassinations

The Slavic Club hosted speaker Jerome A. Ballarotto on Feb. 22 to discuss the political and historical impact of assassinations in the U.S. The Trenton, N.J., native is a former Essex County prosecutor and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Department of Justice. He is also an alumnus from Seton Hall Law School, but the most eye-catching part of his life is his time with the Secret Service. He was recruited during his...

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