Taking charge: Graduate with no regrets
Dec02

Taking charge: Graduate with no regrets

November 19, 2015 was a cold, rainy day that I thought would never end. I woke up and already wanted the day to be over as I sighed knowing that the weekend was near. I just wanted to go through the motions and be on my way. But that was all about to change. Just short of 3:00 p.m., I remember sitting in the library. Finishing up some homework right before class as my senioritis worsened, I received email, made a phone call and...

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Calling past, present and future Pirates to celebrate SHU Weekend
Sep30

Calling past, present and future Pirates to celebrate SHU Weekend

  Seton Hall University is gearing up for the annual Seton Hall Weekend. According to Seton Hall’s website, the event is a celebration of community spirit and will run from Oct. 2 to Oct. 4. The event is free and offers a multitude of events to the public. “Seton Hall Weekend is a university tradition that celebrates our close ties enjoyed by students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff and the surrounding community,” said Events...

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Popular brand’s photo tour shows pressure to be the “ideal woman”
May28

Popular brand’s photo tour shows pressure to be the “ideal woman”

Lilly Pulitzer expanded the business, had a Target collaboration and now the brand is more popular than ever after selling out within a half hour in almost every store. After this success, “New York Magazine” decided to cover the must-see employees and headquarters in Pennsylvania. The public was taken through the bright colored offices and tropical fabrics in a photo tour and it turns out there was more to see than just the brand.  ...

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Women should be celebrated more in US

Over Spring Break, I reconnected with my high school journalism teacher. She has been my role model since my junior year of high school, over four years ago. When I think of times when I felt inspired by her, I always remember her telling me about her collegiate years. She said very few women went to college, graduated and then got jobs. She worked in the field before deciding to inspire students in high school. Today I am proud to be...

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How to create the perfect Instagram post

Everyone loves seeing the multiple “like” notifications coming up on their iPhone after an Instagram upload. People take multiple pictures trying to find that perfect selfie or pose just right so they can upload it on their social media accounts. It can take about 10 tries just to get the right photo after shooting and editing even before uploading to one of the top social media tools, Instagram. Go beyond your average photo and...

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Health as a state of mind and not a number

When you look into a mirror what do you see? According to Glamour Magazine, a woman on average looks at themselves eight times a day. Some even say they cannot leave without a portable mirror in their hand. They not only will get ready in front of a mirror, but will check every single part of themselves until they finally are ready to move on with their day. Society has put an image in our head. An image that women cannot look past...

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The Other Woman’ leaves audience laughing

Everyone wants a perfect relationship, but maybe not four of them. On Friday, April 25 “The Other Woman” was released in theaters and topped the box office with a comedy trio coming to the screen creating drama and laughs. This film features three popular and successful actresses Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton as the girlfriend, the wife and the mistress, respectively, who find out they are all being deceived by...

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Haunted House 2′ scarce on laughs, originality

Writers Marlon Wayans and Rick Alvarez are back in theaters spoofing all the horror films of the past few years. “A Haunted House 2” premiered April 17. After surviving the events of the first film Malcolm Johnson, played Marlon Wayans, has found a new girlfriend named Megan, played by Jaime Pressly. The couple moves into a newer and nicer house in the suburbs with Megan’s out-of-control teenage children Becky and...

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Dan and Shay’s new album has something for everyone

CNN’s Fresh Faces of Hollywood and Billboard’s 2014 Artists to Watch Dan & Shay put out their very first 12 track album last Wednesday, April 2 called “Where It All Began” with the help of producers Scott Hendricks and Nashville songwriter, Danny Orton. Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney who comprise the duo, are now opening for Hunter Hayes and Blake Shelton on tour. The opening track, “Show You Off”...

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Surviving Jack’ jumps obstacles of parenting, high school

Parents are your role models. You go to them for advice, and they are ultimately the people who raise you and help you become the person you are. Be thankful if you have good ones. Whether the father Christopher Meloni (“Law and Order: SVU”) plays on his new FOX sitcom “Surviving Jack” (airing Thursdays at 9:30 p.m.) is a good parent is still up for debate. The show takes place in 1991 and follows a workaholic...

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Students strategize to create perfect schedules

Making a good schedule can make or break your semester. With registration rapidly approaching, students are getting ready for the hectic time in hopes of getting the classes they so desperately want and are trying not to get too stressed while doing it. To get the most out of their schedule selection, students tend to look for classes that are both engaging and will help them succeed without being detrimental to their GPA. As...

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Resurrection’ tests faith and logic

What if someone close to you that passed away just showed up at your doorstep alive, but not in zombie form, and looked just as they did after years of being gone? After much hype, the brand new family drama series “Resurrection” hit television screens on March 9 on ABC, and makes that a reality. “Resurrection” is a mystery based television show that has viewers sitting at the edges of their seats the full hour...

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