SAB’s Spring Fling Carnival travels to space
Apr29

SAB’s Spring Fling Carnival travels to space

  The Student Activities Board (SAB) will host its annual Spring Fling Carnival this Saturday, May 2 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the University Green. According to Ellen Juracek, the SAB event planner and sophomore marketing major, the event is space themed. “The first 500 people will receive a free space-themed tank top,” Juracek said. In addition, the carnival will feature food and attractions that will be located on both the...

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Learn DIY Valentine’s treats

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Are you prepared? Even if you aren’t, here are some simple ways to create your own decorations and treats that will be sure to impress your date without breaking your bank account. An easy way to make your date smile is creating a Post-it heart. This is a great way to show your appreciation for your special someone. All you will need is a black marker, pink or red Postit notes and a place to...

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Snapchat changes

If you’ve recently updated your Snapchat, you’ll notice that changes have been made to the app leaving users with mixed reactions. One major change is the elimination of seeing user’s “best friends.” Previously, the best friends list would illustrate a ranking of the top three Snapchat accounts that each user on your friend’s list was sending and receiving the most snaps. Some students are not sure how they feel about this update....

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Tech advances could mean end of snow days

Each year, our society continues to grow more technologically savvy. Today, there are thousands of online classes held each day. With these technological advances becoming highly integrated into our culture, it may be possible for weather to place less of a hindrance on classes. According to a 2013 education study that tracked the progression and growth in popularity of online courses over the past decade, approximately 6.3 million...

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Millennials not cheap, just unemployed

In recent years, we millennials have developed a reputation as the “cheapest generation.” A recent article in Time magazine carried the headline, “Millennial Shoppers: Big on Browsing, Not Splurging.” Writer Brad Tuttle argued that millennials are “big fans of convenience and cheap prices.” Tuttle wrote about how marketers have difficulty determining how to make us reach into our wallets. The article cites research from NPD Group,...

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DOVE raises awareness for homeless

From Nov. 16 through Nov. 21, the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) will bring National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week to Seton Hall. The effort was established by the National Coalition for the Homeless to promote education, action and awareness about hunger and homelessness. DOVE Director Michelle Peterson said DOVE has sponsored National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week since 2007. According to Peterson, the week...

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Get crafty with DIY Halloween costumes

Halloween is a great time to let your inner creativity shine through designing your own costumes. Do-it-yourself costumes not only bring to life your unique ideas, but they can cut the cost of standard costumes by more than half of retail prices. You could pay up to $75 on the Spirit Halloween’s website for a full costume that would cost less than $25 if you made it yourself. Take Disney’s Tinker Bell. If you were to purchase the...

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Dating around South Orange

If you’re planning your next big date, keep in mind Seton Hall’s own neighborhood. Whether you are looking for a low-key coffee date or a special night out, there are plenty of local options less than a mile off campus. If what you have in mind is a relaxed night out, plan a spontaneous coffee date after your night class and spend some time with your significant other. This is an easy and inexpensive way to add some excitement to your...

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Important SHU numbers to save
Sep24

Important SHU numbers to save

Aamna Aamir/Staff Photographer Say you’re stranded in South Orange late at night and need a ride back to campus. Or you dropped your laptop and can’t turn it on. Or you are having meal plan discrepancies or need to register for one. Whatever the issue may be, here are some phone numbers that SHU students should have in their phones. For SafeRide services or in the case of a lost ID after office hours, Public Safety can be reached at...

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Greek Life Grows

Seton Hall welcomes new sorority Alpha Omicron Pi

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Make yourself at home
Sep04

Make yourself at home

DIY dorm decor

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Seton Hall says goodbye to ZBT
Sep04

Seton Hall says goodbye to ZBT

Photo courtesy of Facebook One of Seton Hall’s oldest and most active fraternities, Zeta Beta Tau, has officially lost its recognition as a student organization on campus, according to Rebecca Davison, Assistant Director of Greek life. The University took away the fraternity’s standing because of conduct code violations and violations in the terms of the fraternity’s 2013 suspension. Davison said in an email interview that...

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