Did you go apple picking with SAB? Here’s some recipes to try out:
Oct14

Did you go apple picking with SAB? Here’s some recipes to try out:

As the leaves begin to fall and cool weather starts to kick in, the Seton Hall Student Activities Board (SAB) started off the month of October by hosting a travel event to Demarest Farms. Over 40 students participated in the apple picking event on the warm, breezy Sunday. According to Emma Tobin, a sophomore diplomacy and international relations major, students had the opportunity to attend the petting zoo, pick apples in the orchard...

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Sorority sisters walk to fight eating disorders
Oct11

Sorority sisters walk to fight eating disorders

On October 1, hundreds of people gathered for the National Association of Eating Disorders (NEDA) Walk that stretched across the Brooklyn Bridge to Foley Square in New York City. Among the participants was the team organized by Allyson Link, an elementary special education major and a sister of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. The walk was about two miles long and lasted about two hours. “The point of the walk isn’t only to raise money...

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Student shares her journey of independence
Oct05

Student shares her journey of independence

For Brittany Setaro, the defining moment of when she was ready for college was the day she could put on her shoes without any help from her aunt and uncle. While most teenagers realize their independence when they get their driver’s license, the task of getting dressed by herself was the last hurdle toward independence for Setaro. The junior social and behavioral science major often struggles with everyday tasks that other students...

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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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Professors Explore History Through Fantasy
Oct05

Professors Explore History Through Fantasy

Seton Hall will host a panel discussion about the hit HBO series, “Game of Thrones” (GoT) and the books it was adapted from, George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire. The panel will be held on Oct. 5 in the Nursing Amphitheater, Room 113, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. History Professor Dr. Williamjames Hoffer organized this discussion panel after the History Department had proposed holding more events for students to talk about history in...

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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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Students present research to specialists in Canada
Sep28

Students present research to specialists in Canada

Binge watching a favorite TV show and spending hours lying in bed hitting the “next episode” button is how many college students spend the summer. Alyza Roman was no different, except that she was watching four seasons of “Cops,” roughly 38 episodes each, with her criminal justice professor, Dr. Lonnie Athens, and two fellow students. At the beginning of the spring 2017 semester, Athens devised a research project in which he and three...

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Blind student makes connections on campus
Sep28

Blind student makes connections on campus

Veronica Gaspa, a junior creative writing major, applied to Seton Hall University on a whim. Born blind, she needed a school with appropriate services and accommodations in order to attend classes and live away from her home in Virginia. “I was online talking to visually impaired friends and they said to apply to Seton Hall since they knew their Disability Support Services are pretty good,” Gaspa said. “So, I applied with one week...

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Cast of ‘As You Like It’ brings Shakespeare to the modern era
Sep28

Cast of ‘As You Like It’ brings Shakespeare to the modern era

The College of Communication and The Art’s Theatre program is bringing William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” to the Theater-in-the-Round this fall.This is the first of four theater productions for the 2017-18 season. The cast shared how they have been able to come together in the rehearsal process and have high hopes for the show. Jessica Creane, the play’s director and guest artist, leads the cast and crew of newcomers and seasoned...

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SOPAC’s Reflect: NYC exhibit brings urban life to South Orange

A new art exhibit, “Reflect: NYC” opened at SOPAC on Sept. 11. The exhibit by Michael Steinbrick highlights quiet reflection among the constantly changing atmosphere of the busy Manhattan streets. “They are all photorealistic, but for me, there’s a lot more going on on a higher level of consciousness,” Steinbrick said. In addition, his paintings include elements of both linear and abstract styles. Steinbrick obtained his BFA from...

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