Lauren Hall wonder-goal not enough as Pirates fall 2-1 to Xavier
Oct20

Lauren Hall wonder-goal not enough as Pirates fall 2-1 to Xavier

Seton Hall midfielder Lauren Hall’s second goal of the season could not stop the Pirates from falling to the Xavier Musketeers, 2-1, on the road in Cincinnati, Ohio. Xavier was the more offensive side from the onset, holding possession for most of the match while maintaining a constant presence in the Pirates’ defensive half. The first game-changing moment occurred in the middle of the first half, when Seton Hall starting goalkeeper...

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New yoga and meditation sessions held on green
Oct19

New yoga and meditation sessions held on green

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Seton Hall has introduced a new program that holds Yoga and Meditation sessions on Tuesdays 12-1 p.m. and Fridays 4-5 p.m. on the green (weather permitting) this semester. The aim of the program is to help students de-stress. The program was started by Dr. Ackerman-Sinclair and Dr. Lyon-Stirling, two highly qualified staff psychologists at CAPS with a passion for yoga. Both women have...

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Msgr. Mahon to lead religion institute
Oct19

Msgr. Mahon to lead religion institute

Seton Hall recently announced the launch of a new Institute for Communications and Religion, which is within the College of Communication and Arts. This Institute will primarily focus on providing a curriculum where ethical religious concepts can be discussed from a viewpoint within modern and digital society. Msgr. Dr. Dennis Mahon, an associate professor in communications, will be leading the program. Mahon wrote in an email that he...

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Local ‘hidden treasures’ looking to reach Pirates
Oct19

Local ‘hidden treasures’ looking to reach Pirates

The streets of the South Orange village are lined with a variety of stores and restaurants, each providing their own ways to entertain or serve the South Orange community. With so many locations and activities to choose from, it may be easy to overlook certain destinations. Here are some hidden treasures of South Orange looking to branch out to Seton Hall’s Pirates. Ye Olde Curiosities Shoppe Dr. Arnold R. Saslow said he aims to...

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Walsh Gallery exhibit traces SHU’s performance history
Oct19

Walsh Gallery exhibit traces SHU’s performance history

On display this fall in the Walsh Gallery is the “Setonia in Stage and Song South Orange and New Jersey Perspectives” exhibit, which features memorabilia that commemorates Seton Hall’s past students, groups and musical appearances. The collection represents Seton Hall while also showing the artistic ties the University has with South Orange. The exhibit contains a wide range of pictures, posters and playbills beautifully arranged on...

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‘77 graduate compares past SHU to University today
Oct19

‘77 graduate compares past SHU to University today

The Honorable Judge Caridad F. Rigo graduated from Seton Hall University with a B.A. in political science in 1973, providing her with a community of support and guidance from SHU. She obtained her law degree in 1977. During her time at Seton Hall, she encountered academic counselors that helped steer her into the path of law school. Most of her professors offered her constant advice, direction, and support. Rigo attended Seton Hall...

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Exchange program students and alumni live, learn, and teach in Japan
Oct19

Exchange program students and alumni live, learn, and teach in Japan

Ikebukuro, Japan is a district of Tokyo teeming with youth, spirit and culture and if you attend school there, according to Gerald Mattia, a senior Asian studies major, it is like living life in an anime. Ikebukuro is a neighborhood with countless places for entertainment and with shopping centers, arcades and even places like the Pokémon Center, there is hardly a lack of amusement. This past summer, Seton Hall students a year there...

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Keeping pace with Seton Hall Cross Country
Oct18

Keeping pace with Seton Hall Cross Country

The duration of a cross country season is like a race itself: slower times in the beginning allow for an increased and consistent pace toward the middle of the race, and then the final kick at the end toward the finish line. As the home stretch of the season approaches for Seton Hall’s men’s and women’s cross country teams, they look to finish their 2017 campaigns strong and maintain consistency in their race times. Both teams have...

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Takeaways from 2017-18 Big East Media Day
Oct18

Takeaways from 2017-18 Big East Media Day

On Oct. 18, players, coaches and media members from the Big East gathered where the conference left fans last spring, inside Madison Square Garden. The Seton Hall men’s basketball team garnered a lot of the media attention, partly because of the program’s proximity to the Garden, but also because of its high expectations heading into this season. Here are a few of our key takeaways from the event: Seton Hall ranks second...

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Pirates put in all-around performance in Harvard Scramble
Oct16

Pirates put in all-around performance in Harvard Scramble

The Seton Hall tennis team registered both singles and doubles wins against all three opponents they lined up against this past weekend at the Harvard Fall Scramble in Cambridge, Mass. The Hall faced Middlebury on Friday, followed by hosts Harvard on Saturday and Rhode Island on Sunday. Luize Strike represented the Pirates in their first singles match on Friday and captured a 6-1, 6-3 victory. Melody Taal suffered a loss in the next...

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Men’s soccer falls to the Friars
Oct15

Men’s soccer falls to the Friars

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team was unable to continue their winning streak as they fell on the road to Providence, 3-1. The Pirates gave up two first half goals and were unable to recover from the Friars’ consistent pressure, lowering their overall record to 5-7-1 and conference record to 2-3. Providence came out with an aggressive playstyle in the first half that the Pirates were unable to adapt to. The hostile attack brought about...

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Dramis’ big saves not enough as Seton Hall falls 1-0 to St. John’s
Oct15

Dramis’ big saves not enough as Seton Hall falls 1-0 to St. John’s

A valiant effort by the Seton Hall back five was not enough, as the Pirates came up short, 1-0, on the road against St. John’s. The offense was simply not there for the Pirates as they only took five shots during the entire game, with only being on goal. The Red Storm, on the other hand, put the Pirates defense under constant duress, taking 18 shots, with eight of them on goal. That pressure by St. John’s made for a busy day for...

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