SHU men Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Apr26

SHU men Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

On April 20, men walked around the Green in heels. In honor of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the organization Know More hosted the “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes event in which male students walked a mile around the Green in donated heels. “Having men walking in women’s shoes helps them empathize with women’s issues like sexual assault. They will hopefully take this unique experience and have it influence their behavior or...

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Poet Catherine Pierce shares her work with aspiring writers
Mar30

Poet Catherine Pierce shares her work with aspiring writers

On March 23, the English department held a night of Poetry-in-the-Round where poet Catherine Pierce came to share some of her poems. Pierce, a professor at Mississippi State, has written three collections of poems to date. In these collections, Pierce constructs a narrative that focuses on major themes. “Each of my books has had some sort of thematic thread, some more explicitly than others,” Pierce said. The main book that she read...

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Professor brings military style to SHU public relations classes
Feb09

Professor brings military style to SHU public relations classes

Professor Nicole Dieso is teaching for the first time at Seton Hall this semester, yet she has already attracted the interests of other faculty members and students due to her unique, confrontational teaching method. Dieso’s character and unique style can largely be attributed to her background. Working as a Public Relations professional, Dieso traveled to different countries to apply her skills. “I was a female civilian in the Middle...

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Poetic Pirate writes of cancer battle
Jan19

Poetic Pirate writes of cancer battle

Vee Gaspa, a sophomore undeclared major interested in creative theatre and art, is already trying to accomplish something many have only dreamed, to get her poetry collection published as a book. She is forgoing the process of appealing to amateur publishers that help new writers and going straight to the major publishers. Gaspa was inspired to write poetry from her life, using her experiences of surviving cancer at any early age. “I...

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SHU to host series of communication workshops
Oct26

SHU to host series of communication workshops

Communication skills are required in many aspects of society, from politics to sports to surgery. Seton Hall is looking to continue the success of its graduating students by holding three workshops in November and December that demonstrate how to become an effective speaker and negotiator. Lee Miller, an adjunct professor of management in the Stillman School of Business, will teach the workshops. “The skills they learn will help in...

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Online classes prove successful for SHU students
Oct05

Online classes prove successful for SHU students

National studies suggest that students perform just as well in online classes as they do in traditional in-person classes. Mary Farrell, Seton Hall’s registrar, believes online classes are another way for students to achieve the education they require. “Students with busy schedules, like having family, work, or activity commitments, tend to enjoy taking online classes,” Farrell said. Online classes do not always have a scheduled meet...

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A new perspective: Diversity in the Student Government Association
Sep14

A new perspective: Diversity in the Student Government Association

This year, the Student Government Association (SGA) represents the views of the student body through a diversified Senate. By reflecting the varying backgrounds on campus, SGA hopes to ensure that every voice is heard. Many colleges in New Jersey, including Princeton, Rutgers and The College of New Jersey, have become more concerned with diversifying Senates. Seton Hall has been a pioneer in this ongoing effort. Regarding diversity in...

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