Students prepare for the workforce at SHU
Sep28

Students prepare for the workforce at SHU

Beginning a new position after years of schooling can be a difficult transition for alumni. For most students, the stress of a new semester is all consuming and often trumps the stress of future employment. While taking classes is a form of preparing for the future, there are specific steps students should be taking to prepare themselves for their first position after college. Gina Aloe, assistant director of the Career Center,...

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Where are they now: SHU alum Amanda Boyer
Jun21

Where are they now: SHU alum Amanda Boyer

During her four years at Seton Hall, Amanda Boyer completed five internships, was an active and colony member of her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, and was involved in several other clubs and organizations, such as Her Campus, PRSSA, The Odyssey, and The Setonian. “I was always busy, but I would never change that because it gave me different skill sets for my current role and I found people with the same passions as me along the way that...

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Seniors have diverse post graduation plans
Apr27

Seniors have diverse post graduation plans

The class of 2016 graduates in two weeks and the post-graduation plans of each student are as diverse as the makeup of their class. For some students, the transition into the workplace is a seamless exciting milestone. For others, a job might not be their next step. Maya Butler, a senior public relations major, said she understands why some students would not want to secure a job immediately after graduation, but she would rather work...

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Curtain rises to present new courses for new college
Apr06

Curtain rises to present new courses for new college

As the College of Communication and the Arts continues embarking on its inaugural year, the faculty within the new school are working behind the scenes to create a new curriculum. Heading the efforts to revamp the school’s educational offerings is Interim Director of Curriculum and New College Initiatives, Thomas Rondinella. When searching for new courses to add to the school, Rondinella looks for new concepts which can complement...

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Changing the channel of entertainment
Mar17

Changing the channel of entertainment

The world of television has now become compacted in various mediums in which people especially college students can take their favorite television series with them on the go. T.V. watchers today have alternative ways to watch their favorite shows and very few of them even involve an actual T.V.. Evolving mediums such as tablets, laptops, streaming services, electronic applications and smart phones are making the act of sitting in...

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Turnout for campus Black History Month events narrow in number
Feb11

Turnout for campus Black History Month events narrow in number

Black History is recognized throughout February and it is a time to learn, honor and appreciate historical African American heroes who have helped shape this nation. Seton Hall University students honor Black History Month through a variety of activities and events offered on campus. Ireisha Vaughn, a social and behavioral sciences and sociology double major and president of the Psi Pi chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta sorority, said that...

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Students miss furry friends while at school, some meet scaley ones
Jan28

Students miss furry friends while at school, some meet scaley ones

A return from the holiday break means leaving your best bud, cuddle buddy and “bae” behind, a goodbye to your pet. Animal companionship is a bond unlike any other and adjusting to dorm life without your pet can be difficult. Devyn Johnson, a freshman diplomacy and international relations major, said she misses her rabbit and dog who are back home in Maryland. “There are a lot of things I miss! For my rabbit, I think I miss including...

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10 Things we miss about home when returning to school
Jan20

10 Things we miss about home when returning to school

Returning to campus after three luxurious weeks at home can be a daunting task for some students, but an exciting new horizon for others. Between spending time with family and reuniting with friends, winter break serves as a refresher before the rigors of the spring semester pick up. Here is a list of the top ten things every student misses after going back to school: The food at home: Despite your most valiant efforts at making an...

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Set sail for winter activities in all 50 states
Dec02

Set sail for winter activities in all 50 states

Winter break is the perfect time to discover the treasures hidden within our beautiful fifty states. Alabama –Bring your entire family for space camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center! An exciting experience for astronauts of every age! Alaska – Denali National Park and Preserve offers an excellent view of Mt. Denali. Arizona – Visit the Grand Canyon where you can hike, kayak, horseback ride, raft or simply take in beautiful...

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Invoke the golden rule at the campus jewel: the gym
Nov04

Invoke the golden rule at the campus jewel: the gym

  The Richie Reagan Athletic Center is the jewel of the campus. The tall glass windows proudly display dozens of students pedaling spin bikes, running on treadmills and lifting weights. Working out can be beneficial and regardless of one’s motivations to go to the gym, everyone must adhere to the same set of general rules. These quick tips can help everyone get the most out of their workout. 1. Leave everything in a better state...

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Fall decorating: get into the Halloween spirit
Oct21

Fall decorating: get into the Halloween spirit

Midterms, hectic schedules, dipping temperatures and contagious illnesses can make it difficult to get into the Halloween spirit.  Gone are the days of wearing our costumes to school and holding hands as we trick or treat down the block. And for many students, family traditions and festivities are lost once college begins. Yet, a little time and effort can give any dorm the Halloween makeover it deserves. The month of October marks...

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Freshmen looking to make college transition seamless
Sep30

Freshmen looking to make college transition seamless

Cue the graduation music, orientation buddies and first days of classes. High school is far behind every college freshman, whether they like it or not. The college dynamic can be apparent when saying goodbye to parents and deciding what time to get dinner with a friend. Trivial choices, but a big deal when you are a college freshman. The academic workload, blur of many new faces, the buffet at every meal and additional...

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