Column: Adjuncts deserve better compensation
Apr05

Column: Adjuncts deserve better compensation

    Over the past four years I’ve absolutely loved being part of the Seton Hall community. Looking back, I realize that my satisfaction stems from a combination of SHU’s atmosphere, finding lifelong friends, joining a top-notch student-run newspaper, and a selection of professors that have had meaningful impacts on me. As a student of the College of Communication and the Arts, many of my professors have been adjuncts. They...

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ROTC rallies to keep SGA Senate seat
Mar29

ROTC rallies to keep SGA Senate seat

Tensions were high at the SGA meeting on March 13 as ROTC representation in the student government’s Senate was debated. According to Christopher Morbelli, a senior political science major and SGA at large senator, the concern was “The Senate Leadership realized that those who belong in the ROTC program may be triply represented within the SGA (because they could be) represented by their major senator, an at large senator and the ROTC...

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Extra points in NFL becoming unnecessarily controversial
Dec01

Extra points in NFL becoming unnecessarily controversial

In 2015, the National Football League changed the extra point from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line to make extra points into a 33-yard attempt. The rule has made an impact in its year and a half of existence, especially in the ongoing 2016 season. The change was made partly from the reasoning that the short extra point was an automatic conversion and had lost its value. This is true considering in 2014, the extra point percentage...

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Mike Nzei expected to add minutes, intensity to the game
Nov10

Mike Nzei expected to add minutes, intensity to the game

Redshirt sophomore Michael Nzei is prepared to be the intense, under-the-radar big man of 2016-17. “I won’t say Mike is a big surprise, but the way Mike’s playing and what he could bring to us; you know Mike compliments Ish [Sanogo] and Angel [Delgado] really well on the inside,” head coach Kevin Willard said. “He gives us another opportunity to be aggressive on pick and rolls. He’s a guy who was playing 12 minutes a game, he’s going...

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Stillman and Diplomacy continue to strive for excellence
Oct27

Stillman and Diplomacy continue to strive for excellence

Seton Hall’s Master’s Program from the School of Diplomacy and two of Stillman’s programs, Accounting and Finance, have been rebranded as Centers of Excellence for another three years. The School of Diplomacy is proud of the high quality of the school and its studies, said Dean Dr. Andrea Bartoli of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. These programs being rebranded as Centers of Excellence have a positive effect on...

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Students flock to New Jersey rock carnival 
Oct24

Students flock to New Jersey rock carnival 

The Food Truck and Rock Carnival is an annual event that began in 2015 that captivated thousands of headbangers at First Energy Park on Sept. 30 until Oct. 2 in Lakewood, N.J. despite less than perfect weather conditions.  Student Cecelia Henry, a senior economics and finance major, said the event was “awesomely fun” even with the rain.  “I was especially excited for Twisted Sister. They didn’t disappoint,” Henry said. ...

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Swimming and Diving begins new season with win
Oct08

Swimming and Diving begins new season with win

Coming off of a strong 2015-2016 campaign, the Seton Hall swimming and diving team picked up right where they it off. Led by some key returning pieces and a host of newcomers, the Pirates defeated St. Peter’s and Montclair State on Friday night in the Imperattore Natatorium. “I was very pleased with how everyone performed, not just the returners, but the freshmen,” head coach Ron Farina said. “Freshmen probably won close to half of...

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Women’s soccer struggles in loss to DePaul
Oct02

Women’s soccer struggles in loss to DePaul

It was all DePaul on the pitch Sunday afternoon at Owen T. Carroll, Field as the Seton Hall women’s soccer team struggled in a 4-1 loss to the Blue Demons. DePaul got the scoring started early with a goal in the seventh minute to give the Blue Demons a 1-0 lead. Goals in the 44th, 48th and 60th minutes put the Blue Demons up 4-0. The Pirates eventually got on the board after a handball in the penalty box resulted in a penalty kick for...

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SHU baseball’s season ends in heartbreaker
May28

SHU baseball’s season ends in heartbreaker

The Seton Hall Pirates baseball team was eliminated from the Big East Baseball Tournament after losses to the Creighton Blue Jays on Thurs., May 26 and to the St. John’s Red Storm on Fri., May 27 in Aberdeen, Md.Shane McCarthy took the mound first for the Pirates, facing off against Creghton’s Rollie Lacy. McCarthy pitched eight solid innings, allowing three runs on 10 hits and striking out four.   Seton Hall got off to a great...

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