Top 10 Seton Hall memories from Setonian Seniors

10) Seeing a student dressed like the admiral from “Jumanji.” – Tiffany 9)  Chicken nuggets day in the caf. – Lindsay 8) The Green on a spring day. – Lindsay 7) Snow days. – Neal 6) Free baseball at night. – Neal 5) The time President Esteban told me he used to live in San Francisco, my hometown. – Tiffany 4) Seeing a familiar face whenever I wanted. – Neal 3) Therapy dogs coming...

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Finding a home in headlines and deadlines

Senior Column: Four years have come and gone and the daunting reality of adulthood weighs heavy on my shoulders. Perhaps that’s the reason for my horrendous posture. I digress. Seton Hall was never a real plan for me, it wasn’t even a backup plan. Four and a half years ago I stumbled upon a table draped with a blue cloth at a college fair at home in California. The recruiter told me there were four publications that I could write for,...

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SHUcycle continues, green grows
Apr15

SHUcycle continues, green grows

Moves to improve green culture and recycling activity on campus are being made by the SHUcycle challenge hosted by the Ecology Club.

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SHU to start only Catholic medical school in NJ

Seton Hall Medical School will be the only private, Catholic medical school in the northeast region in America, and sixth in the country according to Senior Associate Provost Dr. Joan Guetti. Guetti said that despite Hackensack University Health Network, the group Seton Hall is working with in establishing the school, being a non denominational foundation, Seton Hall’s Catholic mission is a reason for the school’s opening. “We believe...

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Spring break, not all fun and games

Stereotypical spring breaks are painted in the media as a wild week full of sunny beaches, scantily-clad people, debauchery – you name it. But what is the reality at Seton Hall? For Jessica Galati, a junior social work major, spring break means work. “I’m literally working at my internship the entire time and sleeping when I can,” said Galati. Amanda Payne, a senior sociology major, said that she has no plans other than playing in the...

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Babysitting to get by, students share their experiences
Feb25

Babysitting to get by, students share their experiences

Other than tuition, books, meal plans and room and board, college can come with unexpected fees. From travel and art supplies, to groceries and laundry, costs add up. Some students have turned to babysitting as a way to cover these expenses. Tenns.Lovetoknow.com Nicole Phin, a senior physician assistant major, used SitterCity.com to find her babysitting jobs. “SitterCity is a website that puts together families in the area and...

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Babysitting to get by, students share their experiences
Feb25

Babysitting to get by, students share their experiences

Other than tuition, books, meal plans and room and board, college can come with unexpected fees. From travel and art supplies, to groceries and laundry, costs add up. Some students have turned to babysitting as a way to cover these expenses.

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NJ students more likely to move back home after college

New Jersey is 18- to-34-yearolds are overtaking their parents’ couches more than young adults in the rest of America. The Star-Ledger reported that over 40 percent of New Jersey’s young adults live with their families at home compared to 30 percent of adults in the country. Kurt Rotthoff, an associate professor of economics and finance, attributed the high number of students in New Jersey moving home after graduating to the living...

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Seton Hall community reacts to proposed medical school

Buzz over the proposed medical school has swept across Seton Hall’s campus following the University’s announcement on Jan. 15 of plans to join with Hackensack University Health Network in creating a private medical school at the former Hoffman-LaRoche campus in Nutley, N.J. Dr. Brian Shulman, dean of the School of Health and Medical Sciences, said in an email that Seton Hall’s medical community has received “written accolades from a...

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Permits can rack up hidden fees

Students are always looking to save a few dollars by selling back textbooks and finding cheap alternatives. Parking Services Manager Ann Szipszky points to purchasing annual parking permits as a way to save some money. Szipszky said that two individual semester permits cost $424.79 while an annual commuter permit costs $374.50, saving students about $50. Two semester permits for residents cost $370 while an annual academic resident...

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Yes means yes’

New Jersey might implement ‘affirmative consent’

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Number of Fulbright scholars rises at SHU

Since 2007, Seton Hall has had a surge in the number of Fulbright scholarship winners, including two of the four applicants last year, according to the campus’ current Fulbright program advisor, Dr. Gita DasBender. The scholarship, open to seniors and alumni, allows students to either conduct research or participate in an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) in a country of their choosing. According to Dr. DasBender, diplomacy and...

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