SGA elects new senate speaker
Sep05

SGA elects new senate speaker

Former senate secretary Alyssa Futa was selected to replace senate Speaker Arthur Adriano after he stepped down from his position due to undisclosed personal reasons. The Student Government Association (SGA) quickly recovered from Adriano’s departure and began their smooth transition into the new year. Sam Paradise/Staff Photographer Futa said she has settled into her role well with the support ofthe senate leadership and SGA advisor...

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SGA Village Relations to change name, expand
May01

SGA Village Relations to change name, expand

Senior Santiago Cabrera, Committee chair of the Student Government Association (SGA) Village Relations Committee began an initiative to expand the scope of his committee outside of South Orange. To achieve this expansion, Cabrera, a freshman economics and finance major, is hoping to pass an amendment to change the name of the Village relations committee. Cabrera said the student body has needs that go beyond the village of South...

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Nicolls steps down as parliamentarian, replaced by Rivers
Apr24

Nicolls steps down as parliamentarian, replaced by Rivers

Student Government Association (SGA) Senator Julia Nicolls resigned from her position as parliamentarian after less than a week to become the committee chair of the SGA’s new environmental commission that she helped found, the Environmental Protection and Conservation Commission (EPACC). The timing of her departure was not a coincidence and was actually meticulously planned out and coordinated within SGA. The student government is...

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SGA committee working to increase voter awareness before elections
Feb27

SGA committee working to increase voter awareness before elections

With Student Government Association (SGA) elections approaching, students are hoping to see changes in the upcoming group of newly or re-elected members of the senate, and SGA Election Committee chair, Vice President Darby Debonis said the committee’s number one priority is increasing voter awareness. Preparation for elections have begun, according to Debonis, who said via email that the committee is working to collect candidate’s...

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Panel of media experts will discuss storytelling
Dec06

Panel of media experts will discuss storytelling

The College of Communication and the Arts is hosting a third installment of its sports media roundtable speaker series, “The Book on Storytelling, Writing, and Publishing” on Dec. 6. The panel is to be moderated by Seton Hall University’s Professional-in-Residence in the College of Communication and the Arts, B.J. Schecter. The upcoming roundtable’s panelists will be New York Times bestselling author Jeff Benedict and a Sports...

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Seton Hall ranked sixth in applicant increase
Oct25

Seton Hall ranked sixth in applicant increase

Seton Hall was recently ranked sixth in the nation by MSN Money thanks in large part to an increase in applicants to the school. In the past five years, Seton Hall has experienced a massive 139.7 percent surge in the number of applicants, and according to Dr. Alyssa McCloud, the vice president for enrollment management, this is no coincidence. When asked via email what draws prospective students to Seton Hall, McCloud emphasized the...

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Faculty members honored at annual award ceremony
Mar27

Faculty members honored at annual award ceremony

Several faculty members were honored at the annual Faculty Researcher and Teacher of the Year Award luncheon on March 23. The luncheon started with an introduction from associate provost Dr. Gregory Burton who discussed interrelations between teaching and research and the amount of valuable research that generates from Seton hall faculty. After opening remarks from interim provost Dr. Karen Boroff, the university honored each of the...

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