Professor’s TV experience leads as example
Apr27

Professor’s TV experience leads as example

Every row in the auditorium style classroom in the basement of Fahy begins to fill with conversations and students enrolled in the Introduction to Communication Theory course. Professor Scott Baird Hebert opens up the class with a discussion on leadership, followed by three different TED Talks videos that focus on the topic. The videos introduced ideas as Hebert applied those concepts to the real world, providing his opinions on the...

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SHU organizations celebrate African culture
Apr06

SHU organizations celebrate African culture

On March 31, the African Student Association (ASA) hosted the eighth annual African Pride Fashion Show in the Jubilee Auditorium. To showcase different aspects of African culture, the show went beyond fashion. ASA welcomed musical and dance performers in addition to showing outfits from local boutiques. Yaa Opoku-Mensah, a junior psychology major, serves as the ASA vice president and will be next year’s president. Opoku-Mensah said...

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Oklahoma! cast expresses hopes for SOPAC production
Mar29

Oklahoma! cast expresses hopes for SOPAC production

The Seton Hall Theatre program has chosen Oklahoma! to be this year’s spring production. The 1931 musical showcases the rocky love story of Curly, a cowboy, and Laurey, a local farm girl. The cast has been preparing for this production, rehearsing four days a week since December. Toni Gardner a senior social work major, plays the lead female role of Laurey. Gardner, who has been dancing since she was 5 and involved in theatre since...

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Freelance writers enjoy creative freedom
Feb16

Freelance writers enjoy creative freedom

Working when you want, how you want and where you want are some of the advantages of a career in freelance writing. Nine to five at a desk is not the ideal working structure for many and Seton Hall University alum Ryan Astaphan can attest to that notion. In an email interview, Astaphan said that a backpacking trip through Asia helped him realize that he wanted to lead a life of freedom. Initially he was involved in making websites but...

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Students hop on over to Bunny’s
Oct05

Students hop on over to Bunny’s

Bunny’s, located on South Orange Ave. right past the train station, has been in the South Orange community for decades, but six years ago it transitioned into the sports bar it is today. Leslie Pogany, the owner of Bunny’s Sports Bar, is well known as the bar is very active in the South Orange Community and supportive of Seton Hall. Stephen Pogany, the son of the owner, said that Bunny’s started out as a candy store and has been in...

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SOPAC features Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud (POL) is a national program that gives high school students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with poetry. Students commit to studying and reciting classic and modern poetry. For the last three years the South Orange Performing Arts Center has hosted the regional finals for students from Essex and Union County high schools. According to the Jersey Arts website, students compete for awards and scholarships that...

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