Cultural club awards active female students
Mar30

Cultural club awards active female students

On March 25, The Chancellor’s Suite was filled with music like “This Girl’s on Fire” and “Formation,” relaying the singular message: girls rock. The National Council of Negro Woman in Imani Chapter (NCNW) presented “Girls Rock,” a ceremony honoring Seton Hall University’s “most extraordinary women.” The award ceremony, with about 40 people in attendance, awarded 11 women for their achievements and work. “SHU Girls Rock is an important...

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WWII meets the digital age at SHU
Feb02

WWII meets the digital age at SHU

The special topics journalism course, Reporting World War II and Beyond, sends students back in time to the 1940s to report on World War II. The course is structured in an unorthodox way so that students are researching historical pieces, learning how news organizations produced news, and understanding the time period so that they could write their own pieces.   The articles, which vary from breaking news, profiles, features and...

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SHU celebrates “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness”
Dec07

SHU celebrates “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness”

Seton Hall’s “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness” is an initiative that encourages students and faculty to perform 12 acts of kindness as the holidays approach. The movement was inspired by Hillary Sadlon (‘14), a former nursing student who performed 22 acts of kindness to celebrate turning 22 in 2013. She inspired the University to start this initiative, according to the Seton Hall website. The initiative also focuses on two current Seton...

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Habitat lends a helping hand
Dec07

Habitat lends a helping hand

The Habitat for Humanity club at Seton Hall strives to represent hope and better community relations. “Working side by side with the future home owners shows you that your volunteering makes a difference in their lives,” said Tiffany Yacullo, the vice president of the club and senior communication and public relations major. “We truly are turning houses to homes by our efforts.” Habitat at SHU tries to raise awareness about the...

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Buddhist student finds peace on campus
Oct05

Buddhist student finds peace on campus

One place, many faiths

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Muslim students find their own space at Seton Hall
Sep22

Muslim students find their own space at Seton Hall

One place, many faiths

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SHU Student models at Kanye West’s YEEZY show
Sep22

SHU Student models at Kanye West’s YEEZY show

Freckled-face, afro hair and 5-feet 7-inches, sophomore Gordonnay Gaines modeled in Kanye West’s Yeezy Season Four fashion show that was held on the lawn of Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park in New York City on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Gaines, a business management and marketing major, said she has always seen herself as a tomboy and only decided to go into modeling because her aunt continually told her to do so. Through the support...

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MLKSA encourages  students to “Stay Woke”
Sep07

MLKSA encourages students to “Stay Woke”

“Stay Woke” has become the forefront of the Martin Luther King Student Association (MLKSA) initiative to discuss and confront hate in communities. A social conscious program, the Open Forum, which doesn’t have a set date, will include programs and events which run for a week on campus. MLKSA is working to extend this into a month long campaign that focuses on the message of promoting social action within the community through its...

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Housing facilitates student engagement, retention rate on-campus
Jun29

Housing facilitates student engagement, retention rate on-campus

T.V. shows and movies can make the initial college experience intimidating, especially if you compare it to movies like “Neighbors.” Yet fictional and real-life college experiences both include college involvement and meeting new people. Seton Hall tries to make the experience of meeting new people and being part of the college community a bit easier, especially for freshmen. That is where the First 56 Days program, an initiative to...

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Muggle news shakes Harry Potter club
Apr27

Muggle news shakes Harry Potter club

“I’ll fix it up with Mum and Dad, then I’ll call you. I know how to use a fellytone now—” Ron said in J.K. Rowling’s novel “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” “A telephone, Ron,” Hermione responded. “Honestly, you should take Muggle Studies next year.” Muggle studies? While Seton Hall University does not offer classes involving magic and wizarding schools do not exist in the real world, the magic is kept alive through...

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SHU community comes together to celebrate differences for Diversity Week 2016
Mar30

SHU community comes together to celebrate differences for Diversity Week 2016

Expression is an art form that delivers a story of emotions, experiences and perspectives which prides in language. The words spoken, whether through written pieces, artistic images and verbal discussions, shows how voicing perspectives can create value in the word: diversity. Diversity week, which started on March 29 runs through with a week’s worth of events until April 1. The Student Government Association (SGA), Multicultural...

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Thinking of Law School? Find out what it takes
Mar10

Thinking of Law School? Find out what it takes

The balance of the judicial system entails the positioning of  clients, attorneys and judges to present a case in the courtroom, which acts as the arena while argument, rhetoric and the law are the weapons. Yet, to be a part of this system especially a lawyer, an individual must attend law school. The journey of law school entails students to study for three years to earn a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. “I think when people make a...

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