Students circulate petition to ban Styrofoam
Oct09

Students circulate petition to ban Styrofoam

Seton Hall ​students and faculty of are looking for an impactful outcome from a petition for a campus-wide ban on Styrofoam, and specifically at the campus Dunkin’ Donuts, which received over 250 signatures so far. Cooper Tenant/Staff photographer The petition, which was created six months ago, aims to ban all Styrofoam on campus. The petition states that by signing “students are requesting that all Styrofoam containers be eliminated...

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SGA will review new club applications
Oct09

SGA will review new club applications

Seton Hall University’s Student Government Association (SGA) is starting up its Fall 2019 Student Organization Advisory Committee (SOAC) soon. The committee reviews new club applications to determine if they will become SGA recognized and become eligible for funding. Glory Akoh/Staff photographer For clubs looking to get approved by the committee, there is an entire process that they must go through. First, they must fill out the...

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Your feminism isn’t feminism if it’s not intersectional
Oct09

Your feminism isn’t feminism if it’s not intersectional

As of Sept. 27 of this year, 18 transgender women have died according to The New York Times. The violent deaths of these women and the lack of attention their deaths have received are a reflection of a society that does not care about transgender women of color. A feminist is defined as the advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes. Feminism is about wanting equality, not about being superior in any way....

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Seminary launches two new online courses
Oct07

Seminary launches two new online courses

The Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology will launch two new online courses: Ministry of Justice and Charity as well as Christian Anthropology on Oct 21. The main reason why these online courses have been introduced is due to alumni feedback provided in several surveys conducted by the University. Father Christopher M. Ciccarone, associate dean of the School of Theology, said that these courses provides the University...

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Nobel laureate receives honorary degree from SHU
Oct04

Nobel laureate receives honorary degree from SHU

Nobel Laureate Nadia Murad was presented with an honorary degree from Seton Hall University last Friday at an event hosted by the College of Diplomacy and International Relations. Kegan Melancon/Staff photographer The event, a “Forum on Modern Slavery: 21st Century Solutions” was organized in association with the Slave Free Community Project, the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the International Justice Project. The...

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Women’s tennis struggles at West Point
Sep30

Women’s tennis struggles at West Point

This past weekend, the Seton Hall women’s tennis team competed in the West Point Invitational, a tournament featuring schools from all over the map and offering a wide range of competitors. For the Pirates, the tournament did not go as planned, as many players were eliminated in the first or second round of their respective brackets. Beginning with the A Singles tournament, where two participants finished higher than any other Pirate...

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Pirates shine again at Princeton Invitational
Sep29

Pirates shine again at Princeton Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team shined at the Princeton Invitational over the weekend, finishing first place among a field of 13, including two Big East opponents, St. John’s and Georgetown.   The Pirates got off to a quick start with three players all shooting under-par through the first nine holes. Maddie Sager shot even through the first nine and improved her...

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Pirates fight but drop four-set battle to DePaul
Sep29

Pirates fight but drop four-set battle to DePaul

The Seton Hall volleyball team fell short to DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois on Saturday night in a four-set match.  The Pirates took the first set, scoring 11 of the first 15 points. Julia Wilkins and Elizabeth Sottung both had aces in the set to put the Pirates on top. The Pirates’ largest lead was 19-8 and they ended up winning 25-16. Throughout the second set, it was back and forth, and the score remained close until...

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The fight against gun violence is just as pressing as vaping
Sep25

The fight against gun violence is just as pressing as vaping

Do you ever find yourself nervous at a movie theater, scared sitting in class, or vulnerable in public? For some, this worrisome attitude increases as a result of an increase in mass shootings in America. According to Gun Violence Archive, as of Sept. 1 there have been 283 mass shootings in America. Photo via Flickr In recent months, Americans have witnessed some of the deadliest shootings of the year. On Aug. 3, a shooting at Walmart...

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Pirate Sports Network modifies approach to news reporting
Sep25

Pirate Sports Network modifies approach to news reporting

The Pirate Sports Network (PSN), a fully student-run organization, has been producing live content for the past couple of years. The primary focus of the organization is to produce live games for varsity sports at Seton Hall, but this year the organization has turned its content up a notch by adding different feature length pieces. “A Pirate’s Life,” the main one gives a more in-depth look at some of the student-athletes at Seton Hall...

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Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational
Sep24

Women’s Golf Finishes Third at Nittany Lion Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team kicked off its fall season at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State over the weekend, finishing third out of 12 teams. The field included Seton Hall and the hosts, Penn State, as well as multiple other teams, two of which were New Jersey rival, Rutgers and Big East opposition Georgetown. Through the first round of play Seton Hall was tied for third place with Rutgers at a score of 298. The...

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Volleyball takes down George Mason in four sets
Sep24

Volleyball takes down George Mason in four sets

The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team defeated the George Mason Patriots on the road in Fairfax, Virginia on Saturday afternoon in a four-set match for its second win in a row. Emilee Turner and Amanda Rachwal made career-high kills with Turner with 15 and Rachwal with 13. The Pirates’ offense was also dominant against the Patriots, recording a season-high attack percentage of 0.313 while Turner, Rachwal, and Julia Wilkins...

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