Dual degree programs save students time, money

  Apart from over 100 traditional graduate programs, Seton Hall also has multiple dual-degree options, which can save students time and money when they further their education. Dr. Christopher Cuccia, associate provost for Academic Affairs, said that Seton Hall’s undergraduate students majoring in biology, psychology, social and behavioral sciences, English and history are offered the chance to explore five-year combined degree...

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Waffle shop a staple for SHU students
Oct26

Waffle shop a staple for SHU students

A home for authentic Belgian waffles and individually brewed coffees, espressos and cappuccinos, the Grid Iron Waffle Shop has been a part of downtown South Orange for almost 10 years. Students and faculty love spending time at this café because of its relaxed, welcoming environment. “Me and my best friend have been going there every Saturday since Memorial Day weekend, it’s like our tradition of going into the village for waffles,”...

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David Crosby kicks off tour in South Orange

Famed musician David Crosby kicked off his mainland U.S. tour at the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) on August 18 at 7:30 p.m. The performance, entitled “An Evening with David Crosby,” had a soft, acoustic set list which featured songs from each of his famous bands, work from his solo career, covers and new original songs. Crosby is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, inducted as a member of both iconic folk-rock bands...

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Gaslight remodel benefits SHU students
Sep28

Gaslight remodel benefits SHU students

With a four out of five rating on its Facebook page, Gaslight, a brewery and restaurant in South Orange, is a top pick for locals looking for comfort food and original brews. The recent remodel and additions to the small yet lively restaurant have made it more casual, more efficient and more welcoming to the college student. Cynthia Soboti, the Gaslight executive chef, said, “We took away the formal dining room and made it more...

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New fashion club trends at SHU
Sep16

New fashion club trends at SHU

The Fashion Club is looking to make strides this year both on the catwalk and on campus. The executive board hopes to make this semester the most fashion-forward yet. Hope DeVito, the club’s event coordinator and secretary, said that a big part of the club’s plans is, “to establish a fashion show that becomes a tradition and lasts even after we’ve graduated.” “We also want to create a pop-up shop featuring young entrepreneurs and...

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