Pirates down but never out in three set win over Xavier
Oct07

Pirates down but never out in three set win over Xavier

The Seton Hall volleyball team continued its winning ways Friday night, downing Big East rival Xavier three sets to none, on the road, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Despite the convincing final score-line, it did not always seem that the Pirates would continue their recent winning ways. They had to claw their way back from an early deficit, as they trailed early in the first set, 11-6. The Pirates would mount that necessary comeback against...

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Swim and dive drop season opener
Oct07

Swim and dive drop season opener

Despite strong showings in the medley relay and butterfly stroke, neither the men’s or women’s swimming and diving team could open its season with a win against the University of Maryland Baltimore County, with the women losing 156-144, while the men lost 167-128. The meet kicked off with that 200-yard medley, in which both the men’s and women’s team started strong by placing first. The quartet of Julie Stankiewicz, Jordan Decker,...

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SHU students take their professors to lunch
Oct05

SHU students take their professors to lunch

Undergraduate students will no longer need to eat alone around campus; they will now be able to learn from their professors over a meal starting Oct. 2. The collaborative “Take a Professor to Lunch” program will run until the end of the month, giving students a chance to learn from their professors. The program, sponsored by the Provost’s Office and the Division of Student Services, not only gives students insight into what foods...

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Blue Beard Army shows passion for Pirates
Oct05

Blue Beard Army shows passion for Pirates

The Blue Beard Army is a group of fans in the student section at Prudential Center. They show their dedication to Pirate sports teams in a variety of ways. Whether it be making signs to display at games or organizing activities within the student section, they aim to get students more involved in games. Matthew LeMoine, a senior finance major and co-president of the Blue Beard Army, said that the group’s mission is to create a “home...

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Education majors enjoy eye-opening experience
Oct05

Education majors enjoy eye-opening experience

Lauren Mangine, a sophomore education major, does fieldwork at Marshall Elementary School working with a class of first graders. She and other education majors shared their experiences with fieldwork and their thoughts on SHU’s education program in general. “It’s just a really really good program, it’s very hands on and I really like it,” Mangine said. “It makes me proud to be in it.” She has the opportunity to plan two lessons...

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Professor’s political analysis featured in nationwide news outlets
Oct05

Professor’s political analysis featured in nationwide news outlets

Following President Donald Trump’s speech at the United Nations, associate professor of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Martin Edwards was featured in media across the globe, offering his expertise on the matter. Interviewed by the newswire AFP, Edwards contributed comments that were picked up by numerous publications across the globe, including MSN and Yahoo. “It is pretty humbling to see a news story run in a...

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Israeli professor journeys to Seton Hall to share her story
Oct05

Israeli professor journeys to Seton Hall to share her story

On the right side of Ruth Tsuria’s desk sits a corkboard. On that corkboard, a bright magenta bumper sticker reads, “Don’t Mess with a Texas Feminist.” Tsuria, who is originally from Israel, travelled around the world and settled in Texas. She grew up in Jerusalem, a city of different faiths and as she describes it, “politically charged.” Tsuria came to Seton Hall this semester and began teaching digital communication classes....

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Seton Hall place fifth at Princeton Invitational
Oct01

Seton Hall place fifth at Princeton Invitational

The Seton Hall women’s golf team finished in the middle of the field in the Princeton Invitational, placing fifth out of ten schools. The competition took place at the Springdale Golf Club in Princeton, N.J. over the course of Saturday and Sunday, with the Pirates finishing four strokes behind host school Princeton, and 18 strokes behind the overall leader Georgetown. The Pirates were led by freshman Mia Kness and sophomore Lizzie...

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Pirates fly over 25th-ranked Bluejays
Sep30

Pirates fly over 25th-ranked Bluejays

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team played as close to perfect as possible in a 2-0 win over the 25th-ranked Creighton Bluejays. The Pirates had eight total shots on goal, with Andres Arcila and Francisco Alderete both finding the net. It all started after the Creighton keeper earned himself a red card and Andres Arcila was able to hit the penalty kick to put the Pirates up 1-0.  It was Arcila’s sixth goal of the season, which puts him...

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Pirates draw Bulldogs in Big East home opener
Sep29

Pirates draw Bulldogs in Big East home opener

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team tied Butler, 1-1, in their conference home opener on Thursday night. For the Pirates, it was another point earned in their second Big East game after an opening draw on the road against DePaul. Laura Dramis got the start in net for Seton Hall and made a flurry of diving saves throughout the match to preserve the draw.  Perhaps her most important save came in the final seconds when the Bulldogs...

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SGA works to move ashtrays further from buildings
Sep28

SGA works to move ashtrays further from buildings

Here at Seton Hall University, students and faculty are welcome to smoke if they so choose. There are ashtrays located throughout campus, allowing smokers to potentially harm others through secondhand smoke. Non-smokers, are urging others to smoke further away from school buildings. Last week, during a Student Government Association meeting, Michelle Pan, chair of the student life committee, talked about the initiative to relocate...

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Stillman students work with Habitat for Humanity
Sep28

Stillman students work with Habitat for Humanity

Trading their pantsuits for hardhats, students and faculty of the Stillman School of Business spent a day in Orange last week working with Habitat for Humanity for the first time. “I’m thrilled with how it went,” Steven Lorenzet, associate dean of business academic services said. “We all agree that we’re making this a yearly thing now and so I’m thrilled that we’re going to have a long term impact on the community around us.” The...

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