Order up: New restaurant ‘The Order’ opens
Nov07

Order up: New restaurant ‘The Order’ opens

On Sept. 15, a new family-based restaurant, The Order, opened its doors. The establishment, which replaced Falafel-ly Yours on South Orange Avenue, is run by siblings and recent college graduates Samantha and Sheldon Pinto. Sheldon and Samantha, who are fans of Harry Potter, named the restaurant after the Harry Potter movie, “The Order of the Phoenix.” To get acquainted with the Village and South Orange residents, the Pintos have...

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Stillman celebrates women in entrepreneurship
Oct31

Stillman celebrates women in entrepreneurship

As part of Women Entrepreneurship week, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies invited Meg Reilly, a Seton Hall alumna who graduated in 2012, to present the significance of women in business and gender equality on Oct. 22. During Reilly’s time at the University, she was a member of the Gerald P. Buccino ‘63 Center for Leadership Development. She explained the number of opportunities she had, such as working alongside top executives....

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Students protest for climate action on the Green
Sep26

Students protest for climate action on the Green

A peaceful gathering in light of the Global Climate Strike took place on Sept. 20 around the Green. At noon, students in the ecology club and Wanda Knapik, professor of environment studies, formed a “gratitude circle” around the Seal to “thank Mother Earth for beauty and abundance” and “pray for humanity to wake up to the current ecological crisis we are in,” Knapik said. While protesting, the group surrounded a piece of artwork...

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Study abroad program gives students a taste of Ireland
Apr11

Study abroad program gives students a taste of Ireland

The Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) is a study abroad program that provides more than 125 programs in 19 countries and 33 cities. More than a decade ago, the Initiative to Diversify Education Abroad (IDEA) was established in order to offer “personalized support and a comprehensive list of diversity resources” to students, according to the IES Abroad website. Students in the study abroad program were able to...

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ARC tutors learn time management skills amid final exam season
Dec16

ARC tutors learn time management skills amid final exam season

The Ruth Sharkey Academic Resource Center (ARC) hosted its traditional end-of-the-semester event in the Main Lounge, titled “SHU Tutopia,” on Dec. 11. The tutors, who are all Seton Hall students, offered their help and service to students by helping them prepare for exams while also preparing for their own exams. Samantha Sellars, a senior elementary special education and English major, said when tutors enter “finals season,” they...

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Seton Hall brings law and order to students
Nov14

Seton Hall brings law and order to students

On the night of Oct. 30, the Career Center held a Law School Confidential panel featuring Seton Hall alumni and students. Justin Krass, assistant director of the Career Center, organized the event and shared his suggestions for students who are interested in or planning on going to law school. “As detailed by the panel, law schools are looking for candidates with strong research, writing, and analytical skills,” Krass said. “Students...

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Psychological studies open doors for students
Nov07

Psychological studies open doors for students

According to Dr. Marianne Lloyd, a professor of psychology, it is a longstanding tradition for the department to encourage students to participate in psychological studies for a variety of reasons. “I have helped transition it to online signups and even some online studies to make [it] more convenient for students,” Lloyd said. “The benefits of these studies are that it allows students to make early contact with faculty, graduate...

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SHU students learn in‘tree’guing lesson about environment
Oct31

SHU students learn in‘tree’guing lesson about environment

Environmental studies students are working with Facilities Engineering to identify and create an inventory of more than 900 trees on campus. In addition, the students are learning about new technology for tree identification. John Signorello, the associate vice president of Facilities Engineering and Business Affairs, said he funded the project, which began on Sept. 12. He explained that his department paid for the annual software...

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Band seeks fresh start with same message
Oct24

Band seeks fresh start with same message

Michael Gallucci, a sophomore political science major and music production and sound engineering minor, is part of a band called “Chase the Chariot.” The band performs a variety of songs in the pop and blues genres. Originally from Charlotte, N.C., Gallucci said he found a Facebook page based on Charlotte bass musicians. Then, former band member, Alex Nicholson, reached out to Gallucci and invited him to play in late 2016. Gallucci...

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Financial Planning Association guides SHU students
Oct04

Financial Planning Association guides SHU students

Brian Sumereau, a sophomore finance and Information Technology major, and Karmen Yap, a junior finance major, recently founded a new club called the Financial Planning Association (FPA). “A friend once told me that she wished she knew about credit score earlier when she was studying in the university,” Yap said. “The conversation inspired a reflection I had thinking about my community, which I found a need to provide opportunities for...

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Mike Deej returns for SAB Coffeehouse, delights students
Sep24

Mike Deej returns for SAB Coffeehouse, delights students

On Sept. 19, Mike Deej returned to Seton Hall’s Pirate’s Cove to perform for the Student Activities Board (SAB) Coffeehouse. He covered some songs such as Ben E King’s “Stand By Me,” the Lumineers’ “Ho Hey,” and Billy Joel’s “For the Longest Time.” Allison Kroeger, a junior economics and finance one of the co-chairs of Coffeehouse, shared why SAB chose to have Deej...

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New Walsh exhibit has visitors ‘Seeing Red’
Sep13

New Walsh exhibit has visitors ‘Seeing Red’

Meghan Brady and Alexandra Henderson, both candidates in the museum professions graduate program, opened their new exhibit in the Walsh Gallery on Sept. 4. The exhibit, titled “Seeing Red,” focuses on the emotional meaning behind the color through four themes: art, culture, politics and religion. Brady and Henderson aim to convince viewers that red is not just a color, but a characteristic of visual perception that conveys emotion and...

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