Gaining confidence and independence as graduation approaches
Dec08

Gaining confidence and independence as graduation approaches

Senior Column Somehow, college has taught me many things, yet I will walk away from Seton Hall believing that I don’t know anything. I’m going to graduate Dec. 21 and I don’t know what I want to do with my life. I don’t know how I’m going to pay my rent come Jan. 1. I don’t have a real plan for paying back the insurmountable debt I’ve accumulated, other than hopefully getting a job, which I don’t have yet. I don’t know where I want to...

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Professor makes strides raising funds, awareness for breast cancer
Oct26

Professor makes strides raising funds, awareness for breast cancer

On Oct. 21, Fernando Uribe, an adjunct professor in the College of Communication and the Arts, held his annual breast cancer awareness event in Son Cubano, N.J. to raise money to benefit the American Cancer Society (ACS). He raised $5,172. Uribe, of the College of Communication and the Arts, created the event “A Professor’s Quest To Save Breasts” in 2008. Since then, he has hosted it every October, the same weekend of the Making...

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Halloween at the Hall: Students celebrate holiday’s culture
Oct26

Halloween at the Hall: Students celebrate holiday’s culture

  After baking a spooky cake decorated with gummy eyeballs and worms, student Jessica Stivers and her family celebrate Halloween by watching Hocus Pocus together. But this year, Stivers, a junior public relations major, won’t be able to go home. She will be celebrating Halloween on campus instead. Stivers isn’t worried though, because many clubs and organizations are holding events on campus to celebrate All Hallows Eve. On...

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Sikh students seek religious tolerance
Oct19

Sikh students seek religious tolerance

One place, many faiths

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Hellenic Wicca student practices solitary religion
Sep28

Hellenic Wicca student practices solitary religion

One place, many faiths

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Hindu student enjoys religious discourse at Seton Hall
Sep14

Hindu student enjoys religious discourse at Seton Hall

One place, many faiths

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Spend wisely and donate your time
Sep08

Spend wisely and donate your time

I never saw my parents donate money, which is why I would always turn up my nose at the collection basket as I sat in church every Sunday as a kid. I was taught that throwing money at a problem doesn’t always solve it if not spent wisely. If my parents saw a homeless person on the street, they would take them out to lunch and learn their story instead of dropping change into a hat. I came to realize that my peers thought I was being...

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Looking ahead, preparing for the work force
Sep07

Looking ahead, preparing for the work force

The Fall 2016 Career Fair, hosted by the Career Center, will take place on Thursday, Sept. 15 from 4 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. in the Richard & Sheila Regan Fieldhouse. Gina Aloe, assistant director of the Career Center, said it’s important to get an early start during the first few weeks on campus in order to make connections and begin networking. “This is an opportunity to learn about the types of internships and positions available to...

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South Orange hosts high energy Summer Nights series through August
Jun21

South Orange hosts high energy Summer Nights series through August

Every August, the South Orange population expands by thousands as students move in for the school year and every May, thousands of people move out as students go home for the summer. However, during the summer, South Orange hosts the South Orange Summer Nights series which features programs such as “Art in the Park,” “Taste the Music: Concerts in the Park” and “Movies in the Park,” according to the South Orange Performing Arts Center...

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All you need is love: Looking beyond the spectrum and into the arms of love, SHU celebrates Autism Awareness Month
Apr27

All you need is love: Looking beyond the spectrum and into the arms of love, SHU celebrates Autism Awareness Month

With the end of April, comes the end of Autism Awareness month. At Seton Hall, Autism Speaks club celebrated the month by co-sponsoring an event that brought Kerry Magro, a SHU alum who is on the autism spectrum, to campus on April 21. Magro was completely nonverbal until he was two-and-a-half years old and is now a social media coordinator at Autism Speaks, certified public speaker for the National Speakers Association, author of...

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Uncle Joey provides laughs, advice for students
Apr06

Uncle Joey provides laughs, advice for students

The Jubilee Auditorium was packed on March 31 as Dave Coulier, famous for his role as Joey Gladstone in “Full House,” came to Seton Hall to perform his stand-up comedy routine. The actor started the evening off by talking about his famous role in the show which he has recently reprised in the new revival series, a Netflix original, “Fuller House.” From his craziest fan experiences to being back on the set, Coulier joked about all...

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Goodbye Simon Cowell, hello Pirates: Season nine ‘American Idol’ winner, Lee DeWyze, talks fame, spills new album ‘Oil & Water’
Mar30

Goodbye Simon Cowell, hello Pirates: Season nine ‘American Idol’ winner, Lee DeWyze, talks fame, spills new album ‘Oil & Water’

From the time he was a child, Lee DeWyze has wanted to be a musician. The singer-songwriter was thrust into the limelight after winning season nine of the reality TV show “American Idol” and has recently released his sixth album “Oil & Water.” On March 30, the Student Activities Board (SAB) brought the famous artist to campus where he performed during the Wednesday night SAB Coffeehouse. “I was really driven toward...

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