Senior Column: Never be afraid to change the path to your passion
Apr05

Senior Column: Never be afraid to change the path to your passion

It is crazy to think how fast college flies by. I remember hearing my parents telling me, “enjoy it because college is the best four years of your life.” I feel like it was just yesterday I was sitting in the Boland cellar my freshman year, discussing with my mom what I should change my major to because psychology wasn’t my passion anymore. I never thought I’d be sitting here today preparing to graduate in a little over a month, with...

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How to stay healthy at the dining hall
Feb22

How to stay healthy at the dining hall

The dining hall in the University Center is the main source of food for students living on campus. While there are a variety of options, some find it hard to figure out ways to eat healthy and incorporate nutritious value into their meals. Some students on campus get creative with their food ideas, while some stick to the premade hot bar sections of the cafeteria. From the pizza to the meat carving station, the wok station and salad...

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Songwriting student balances classes, concerts and album releases
Dec07

Songwriting student balances classes, concerts and album releases

Singer-songwriter and junior marketing major Mike Cappelluti has released two albums, performed a summer tour and sang in Ireland on the same stage Ed Sheeran played, all while balancing a normal college lifestyle. At the age of five, Cappelluti placed hands on his first piano, mastering classical music by age 11. “I was in a family friend’s basement, smashing my fists against a piano,” Cappelluti said. “I was told I couldn’t touch it...

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Indiana priest shares exorcism knowledge with Seton Hall
Nov16

Indiana priest shares exorcism knowledge with Seton Hall

On Nov. 9, the Main Lounge was filled with with priests, professors and students to hear Fr. Vincent Lampert, an exorcist, speak. He provided a glimpse into exorcisms with not an evil outlook, but the innate power of God. Lampert, a priest from the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and a pastor of St. Malachy Parish in Brownsburg, Ind., trained in Rome in 2006. In 2012, he attended the Vatican course on exorcisms, and in 2014 became a...

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Music-ed program makes sure students are hitting the right notes
Nov02

Music-ed program makes sure students are hitting the right notes

Seton Hall’s music education program is small, allowing for a lot of individual attention for students striving to combine their devotion to music and teaching, while joining orchestrations and preparing for concerts such as the “Prayer for Peace” on Oct. 27. “I’ve always wanted to be a teacher since I was a little kid,” said Jordan Green, a sophomore music education major. “I’ve also been doing music my whole life and I play many...

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South Orange wins ‘Hot Town Showdown’
Oct19

South Orange wins ‘Hot Town Showdown’

South Orange was recognized by New Jersey Monthly magazine for winning its four-week long “Hot Town Showdown” contest that began with 16 towns, presented by Kings Food Market. New Jersey Monthly explained in a press release that they picked the 16 towns based on specific attributes. They evaluated input from real estate agents and the real estate market for information on climbing home prices and the length of time a home for sale...

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Seton Hall alum founds nation’s leading women’s basketball agency
Oct18

Seton Hall alum founds nation’s leading women’s basketball agency

When Brian Stanchak Class of ’04, attended Seton Hall more than a decade ago, he studied sports management. This degree provided him with the educational foundation to found the nation’s leading women’s basketball agency. “I feel like I was one of the few students who did not want to be an agent at that time so I can’t say that I ever set out to become an agent,” Stanchak said. “My culmination of experiences following graduation led...

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Father/son alum duo open burger joint with knowledge from SHU
Sep22

Father/son alum duo open burger joint with knowledge from SHU

Phil and Paul Sannitti have Seton Hall running through their veins. Both graduated from here and fervently support the school. This past December, the father and son opened Burgers Grilled Right, nicknamed BGR, which keeps both Seton Hall students and meat lovers in mind. The restaurant is located on South Orange Ave, just blocks away from campus. The Sannitti’s, from Long Valley, N.J., started at Friendly’s. Phil, father and Class of...

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Campus groups offer support for disabled students
Sep07

Campus groups offer support for disabled students

Disability Support Services (DSS) at Seton Hall provides students with the ability to acclimate themselves to campus, offering thorough care in the form of follow-ups with students. DSS works closely with academic departments and student affairs to ensure students’ unique needs are met. Kyle Dailey, a senior social and behavioral sciences major shared his experience with DSS. “I have a specific learning disability classified as...

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