South Orange Village Hall Restaurant and Beer Garden Approved
Aug10

South Orange Village Hall Restaurant and Beer Garden Approved

The former Village Hall in downtown South Orange is going to finally be put to use. On August 8, the South Orange Planning Board approved Landmark Hospitality’s bid to turn the historic building into a restaurant and beer garden. Landmark Hospitality is a New Jersey restaurant company that specializes in fine dining, weddings, corporate events, and catering, according to its website.   The restaurant is expected to open to the...

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Most students won’t participate in 4/20 festivities, survey says
Apr19

Most students won’t participate in 4/20 festivities, survey says

All the students who enter the Pirate’s Cove pass a sign posted there by the University stating that 82 percent of students at Seton Hall do not use recreational drugs. But many students find the statistic hard to believe. A junior business student, who wished to remain anonymous, thinks the statistic is far from accurate. “I smoke weed on the weekend, at parties, or just hanging out,” the student said. “It’s pretty relaxing and helps...

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Graduation & ticket limit frustrate seniors
Feb08

Graduation & ticket limit frustrate seniors

Even though there has been recent speculation about altering this year’s commencement ceremony plans, Seton Hall sent out an email on Tuesday, Feb. 7 that graduation will be broken down into three separate ceremonies and will be held in the Richard and Sheila Regan Fieldhouse in the University’s Recreation Center. The student body received the email from the Office of the Provost before the University closed for the evening. The email...

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New PhD program advances, MASCL left suspended
Nov30

New PhD program advances, MASCL left suspended

Seton Hall’s College of Communication and the Arts has received a $1.75 million donation from  an alum who left the money in his estate. The college decided to use the donation, given by the late 1957 graduate Henry F. Roman and his family, to develop a new Ph.D. program in Communication, according to SHU’s website. David Bohan, the vice president for University Advancement, said via email that University Advancement worked with...

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Mentors incite freshmen to vote
Nov03

Mentors incite freshmen to vote

Leading up to next week’s presidential election, freshmen mentors, alongside peer advisers, discussed in University Life classes how crucial it was for students to develop civic engagement. One topic that came up in the classes was how students can become involved in their communities by casting their vote on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Classes recognized that leaders are not always perfect, said Peer Adviser James Maglione, a sophomore...

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SHU’s online MHA program ranked seventh in the nation
Oct20

SHU’s online MHA program ranked seventh in the nation

Seton Hall’s Master of Healthcare Administration Online Program (MHA) achieved another milestone. Not only is the MHA online program the only program in New Jersey that is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME), it is ranked seventh in the nation, according to a Seton Hall website article published on Sept. 15. “Seton Hall did it right,” Dr. Anne Hewitt, director of the MHA Online...

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Seton Hall continues to rise in the national ranks
Sep22

Seton Hall continues to rise in the national ranks

Seton Hall is ranked 118 in the newest U.S. World News ranking of colleges and universities across the country. SHU has climbed five places since the 2016 ranking of 123 in the “2017 Best Colleges” category. The University continues to rise in rankings annually. In 2011, SHU ranked 136. Since then, the University has climbed a handful of spots every new list of rankings. Dr. Robert Kelchen, assistant professor of Higher Education,...

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Nursing student administers Narcan, saves a life over the summer
Sep14

Nursing student administers Narcan, saves a life over the summer

The driver had snorted two bags of heroin on July 4 before getting into his car and heading for  home. He did not make it. Instead, he drove over a highway median on Route 280. No one else was injured, but the driver was unresponsive when Amanda Martorelli found him. While many of her peers were celebrating the holiday at the beach that day, Martorelli, a sophomore nursing major, was on duty for the East Hanover EMS (Emergency Medical...

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