How to stay healthy at the dining hall
Feb22

How to stay healthy at the dining hall

The dining hall in the University Center is the main source of food for students living on campus. While there are a variety of options, some find it hard to figure out ways to eat healthy and incorporate nutritious value into their meals. Some students on campus get creative with their food ideas, while some stick to the premade hot bar sections of the cafeteria. From the pizza to the meat carving station, the wok station and salad...

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SHU alum builds watch company from Pirate’s Pitch victory
Feb22

SHU alum builds watch company from Pirate’s Pitch victory

In 2016, Christian Zeron was a senior at Seton Hall, a Catholic studies major and the winner of the annual Pirates Pitch competition. Two years later, he is the founder and owner of a thriving, up-and-coming business, Theo & Harris. The company mainly sells vintage watches, but if you happen to come across the Theo & Harris website, the brand caters to a whole range of content, including reviews and new releases. Making $1.6...

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OT majors help patients regain lost skills
Feb22

OT majors help patients regain lost skills

For OT Program Scholar Leah Ogrodnik, her reason for her career choice hits close to home. “The reason that I pursued OT was because of my younger brother,” she explained. “My younger brother is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and received Early Intervention services in my home. It truly inspired me to help children with disabilities succeed in their daily lives.” Sometimes what is lost can soon be found – and regained....

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SHU literary magazine looks to further expand
Feb22

SHU literary magazine looks to further expand

Seton Hall’s literary magazine, “The Corner Pocket,” has been trying to find its identity on campus. Since the beginning, “The Corner Pocket” has been serving to model the environment and ethics of professional magazines, such as the New Yorker, to give students practice in publishing and editing a literary magazine. Recently, it has been debated to make the magazine part of a special topics creative writing course. “The Corner...

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Professor says it’s okay to not know the future
Feb22

Professor says it’s okay to not know the future

It is common for students to switch majors during their undergraduate years, but it can be tough for some to make that transition. Professor Christopher Gbogi, a graduate assistant pursuing a master’s degree in business administration, knows that experience firsthand. Gbogi started out as a political science major, but switched to finance and marketing during his sophomore year. “Originally, in high school, I was a part of Model UN,...

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SHU weighs in on civil discourse in America
Feb22

SHU weighs in on civil discourse in America

The College of Communication and the Arts and the Institute for Communication and Religion hosted a symposium about civil discourse in America in the Jubilee Hall auditorium on Feb. 15. The event focused on the state and development of civil discourse in America and its expected future. “Ethically Speaking: Is there Hope for Civil Discourse in America?” was led by Catherine Zizik, an associate professor of communication. Zizik said in...

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Pirates cross seas for their studies
Feb22

Pirates cross seas for their studies

Seton Hall has a wide array of students from across the globe ranging from Israel to Brazil. Many students come from exchange programs, while others simply move to the United States to follow in their families’ footsteps. SHU has extended its roots by accepting students from different countries, diversifying the student body. Gabriel Viola, a junior business major, is an international student from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Viola spent a...

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‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on
Feb17

‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on

Seton Hall’s Theatre Department is gearing up to put on the widely adapted play, “Steel Magnolias”, a drastic departure from the fall production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”. But beyond the glamour of the stage is the hard work of the theater work studies that makes the show come to life. From constructing the sets to the light design, the theater work studies work to build an entire world with just paint and wood. When a...

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Alumna’s physics research developed at SHU
Feb17

Alumna’s physics research developed at SHU

Many alumni made good use of their time at Seton Hall and one in particular who stands out is Fernanda Duarte. Duarte is currently attending the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, where she is pursuing a Master’s degree in management studies. Before that, she was a physics major and a music minor who contributed to her major and her community in an enormous way. During her undergraduate years she worked under physics...

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Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk
Feb17

Philosopher gives one Hell of a talk

On Feb. 12, Catholic philosopher and Central New Jersey native David Hershenov gave a talk to students on Hell. Hershenov talked about Hell and how it is unfair. Hershenov pointed out the traditional Catholic thinking of Hell, that once you are in, you can’t get out. Hershenov’s theory is that God will give you the chance to reconcile. You will be in purgatory for as long as it takes and only sent to Hell if God knows you will not...

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Students in Greek life gain a second family

Joining a sorority or fraternity on Seton Hall University’s campus is far from uncommon. Many students have got involved in greek life in order to seek new friends and experiences. A common experience throughout many of these groups is that as you join, one receives a big. Meg Malkasian, a junior social and behavioral sciences major with a concentration of social work, is a sister of Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc. “I...

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The Gentlemen of the Hall make a comeback
Feb17

The Gentlemen of the Hall make a comeback

“New year, new me” is the mindset that the all-male a cappella group “The Gentlemen of the Hall” have brought to the spring semester. The group has decided to undergo a reconstruction, especially with the help of a new social media campaign to introduce new members. The Gents were first founded in the spring of 2013. According to its members, the Gents used to be much more relevant on campus, doing several performances and having an...

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