Communication Program, MLKSA event speaks volumes
May01

Communication Program, MLKSA event speaks volumes

The Communication Program and the Martin Luther King Scholarship Association (MLKSA) recently hosted an event called “Speak With Conviction” at the Oratorical Festival. Angela Kotsonis, the founder of this event, said she joined with MLKSA to bring awareness to a number of important topics that the public feels should be brought to light. Daniel Baluch presents works from Martin Luther King and an original poem. Marie Leone/Staff...

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Sports media symposium discusses issues in sports industry
Apr11

Sports media symposium discusses issues in sports industry

Several promiment figures in sports media and business visited Seton Hall on April 2 to discuss the social matters occurring in the world of sports. The symposium was headlined by NBA commissioner Adam Silver, and Entertainment and Sports Programming Network ESPN commentators Bob Ley and Stephen A. Smith. In between were discussion panels that covered subjects like gambling and amateurism in sports. Ley and Smith thrilled the audience...

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Former  ‘Voice’ contestant echoes music on campus
Mar27

Former ‘Voice’ contestant echoes music on campus

The Student Activites Board (SAB) hosted singer and former “The Voice” contestant Nelson “Nelly” Emokpae, also known as Nelly’s Echo, at the Pirate’s Cove on March 20. Through a mixture of covers and original songs, Nelly’s Echo opened up to the audience and cracked a few jokes throughout his performance. Emokpae explained how much he enjoys coming to Seton Hall as a performer and how practicing his music has shaped his life...

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A day in the life of a social and behavioral sciences major
Mar06

A day in the life of a social and behavioral sciences major

Social and behavioral sciences (SOBS) majors at Seton Hall explained why they chose their major and the different paths post-graduation they plan to take. Mark Horowitz, director of the social and behavioral sciences program and an associate professor in the sociology department, said he has worked with many SOBS students and explained how he engages with such students. Picture via pxhere “Our SOBS academic advisor and I engage...

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SGA supports LGBTQ and Latino panel discussion
Feb27

SGA supports LGBTQ and Latino panel discussion

On Feb. 19, Adelante, Allies and the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a panel discussion about the intersectionality of Latinos and the LGBTQ community called “Adelante with Pride.” Four Latino students who identified themselves as part of the LGBTQ community participated as panelists. They shared their feelings about the presence of the LGBTQ in today’s campus society and shared personal stories of that lifestyle within...

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Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?
Feb14

Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?

Apple’s latest craze, AirPods, has taken the campus of Seton Hall, as well as the world, by storm. Although released in December 2016, AirPods have seen a growth in popularity, becoming a big part of pop culture, as well as a well-known meme flooded across several social media pages. Adrian Chavez/Staff Photographer These wireless headphones were a common Christmas gift among students this year. One who received them was Jimmy Krause,...

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Philosopher sees need for human organ markets
Feb06

Philosopher sees need for human organ markets

On Jan. 30, renowned philosopher James Taylor visited SHU to discuss the need for markets for human organs. The discussion, which was held in Bethany Hall, was part of the “Philosophers Speak” lecture series. Marie Leone/ Staff Photographer Taylor said he presents in these types of discussion panels roughly six to 12 times a year, mainly at universities and medical schools. He discussed how much safer it is to make the selling of...

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Magician hypnotizes The Hall
Jan23

Magician hypnotizes The Hall

On Jan. 17, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted the show “Cards Against Hypnosis” in Bethany Hall. It was performed by college hypnotist and magician David Hall. Liam Oakes / Campus Life Editor Hall said his passion for hypnosis began 12 years ago when he attended a magic show similar to the one he performed at Seton Hall. “I thought it was the funniest thing I’d ever seen,” Hall said. “The more I learned about it, the more my...

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Pirates share hopes for December cinema
Dec05

Pirates share hopes for December cinema

Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on some upcoming new films that will hit theaters in December, like “Aquaman,” “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.” Renee Nunez, a sophomore visual sound and media major, shared her excitement for these upcoming films. “I’m excited to see the movies of December,” Nunez said. Nunez said she is a casual moviegoer, especially when it comes to DC and Marvel releases. “In...

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Students share different learning habits
Nov07

Students share different learning habits

Now that midterms have taken their toll, finals begin to rear their ugly heads again as the end of the fall semester quickly approaches. Students may be having trouble studying or just trying to grasp the new concepts that were taught the previous class, but some students have provided tips that may be able to help. With such diversity at Seton Hall in regards to what people study, everyone has a different routine or mindset when it...

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Olympian returns to Jersey roots
Oct24

Olympian returns to Jersey roots

Olympic gold and silver medalist Laurie Hernandez spoke in the Main Lounge on Oct. 23 during the Student Activities Board’s (SAB) “SHU Speaks” event. The Old Bridge, N.J. native, who is famously nicknamed the “Human Emoji,” presented an in-depth look at her personal life and how gymnastics has shaped her into the person she is today. Hernandez began telling stories of her journey from being a young girl watching gymnasts on television...

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Camp Bernie provides PAs with mentoring and experiences
Oct04

Camp Bernie provides PAs with mentoring and experiences

More than 48 Seton Hall students attended a retreat for inclusion training at Camp Bernie on Sept. 22 and 23, strengthening their leadership skills and bringing lessons to freshmen in University Life classes. Winston Roberts, the associate dean of students, said he believes that the weekend of exercises was beneficial for the whole Seton Hall student body in becoming a more accepting culture. “It’s a step,” Roberts said. “It’ll open...

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