Students share what Women’s History Month means to them
Mar20

Students share what Women’s History Month means to them

Seton Hall students shared what Women’s History Month means to them and all the women who they find inspirational. Ruby Pasupuleti, a sophomore biology major, said, “It’s a month celebrating women and honoring achievements and strides they made through history.” Indra Nooyi (Left), Rhianna (Center), and a teacher (Right) were all mentioned by SHU students when they thought about inspiring women. Photo collage made by The Setonian...

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Meatless Fridays at GDS raises concerns for students
Mar20

Meatless Fridays at GDS raises concerns for students

Seton Hall students weighed in on the Gourmet Dining Services’ (GDS) annual tradition of not serving meat on Fridays in observance of Lent. “It’s a normal tradition for a Catholic school,” Annaberet McKibbin, a senior diplomacy major, said. She explained how even though she doesn’t adhere to the meatless Friday tradition, that it is not an inconvenience either way. Fish is served as an alternative to meat on Fridays in the cafeteria...

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New medieval and renaissance club comes to campus
Mar20

New medieval and renaissance club comes to campus

Two Seton Hall professors are in the process of forming a new medieval club on campus. Photo via Flickr/Jay Galvin The club is spearheaded by professors Angela Weisl, chair of the English department, and Laura Wangerin, assistant professor of history. Both professors teach a wide variety of medieval courses such as Medieval Literature, Medieval Women and High Middle Ages. The club aims to feature various games, movie nights, banquets,...

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How to prevent yourself from burning out
Mar20

How to prevent yourself from burning out

Students share tips on how to stay motivated and productive post-midterms Midterms have passed for most students, yet it is only a matter of time until the assignments begin to pile up. Seton Hall students shared tips on how to avoid future burnouts and remain productive through the end of the semester: Get a Good Workout In SHU students can enjoy a diverse range of exercise options. MacKenzie Wetherill/ Staff Photographer The Richie...

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The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet
Mar20

The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet

Seton Hall students explained their everyday experience as a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet. Physical conditioning is one of the training components that ROTC cadets have to undergo. Luke Tyler/Staff Photographer Gianna Dejesus, a sophomore social and behavioral sciences major, said she has been a part of the ROTC program for two years. Dejesus said cadets have to be up and ready to go by 7 a.m. for physical training,...

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Students share their ‘drive’ to be commuters
Mar20

Students share their ‘drive’ to be commuters

Several students were asked what they think the major differences and benefits are in the life of a commuter at Seton Hall. Jill Cancela/Staff Photographer More Prepared Some students like Kendra Campbell, a junior sociology major, said that commuters come more prepared for class or work on campus. “If we forget something we can’t just walk two minutes to our dorm and grab it,” Campbell said. “If we forget something we are most likely...

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Just joshin’ around: Josh Peck visits Seton Hall
Mar06

Just joshin’ around: Josh Peck visits Seton Hall

Former “Drake and Josh” star presents comedy panel with SAB Bethany Hall filled with laughter and cheering as Josh Peck presented a comedy lecture with the Student Activities Board (SAB) on March 2. Peck, who is known for his role in Nickelodeon’s “Drake and Josh,” bounced across the stage and referenced many of Seton Hall’s trademark people, traditions and oddities. “I was just hanging out with Father John earlier,” Peck joked after...

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Educational Opportunity Program brings students to the top
Mar06

Educational Opportunity Program brings students to the top

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is celebrating its 50-year anniversary by holding a student leadership conference on March 22. Some EOP scholars shared how the program contributed to their successes. According to the Seton Hall website, the EOP was established in 1968 “to provide educational and financial assistance to eligible New Jersey students of academic promise from disadvantaged backgrounds.” Glory Akoh/Staff...

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A day in the life of a social and behavioral sciences major
Mar06

A day in the life of a social and behavioral sciences major

Social and behavioral sciences (SOBS) majors at Seton Hall explained why they chose their major and the different paths post-graduation they plan to take. Mark Horowitz, director of the social and behavioral sciences program and an associate professor in the sociology department, said he has worked with many SOBS students and explained how he engages with such students. Picture via pxhere “Our SOBS academic advisor and I engage...

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Freezin’ for a reason: APO takes on the Polar Plunge
Mar06

Freezin’ for a reason: APO takes on the Polar Plunge

The brothers of the Alpha Phi Omega (APO) service fraternity recently took part in their annual Polar Plunge in Seaside Heights, N.J. Dennis Schuck, a junior political science major and president of APO, said that the co-ed service fraternity began preparing for the plunge in mid-January. Schuck explained that each brother is required to raise a minimum of $110 in order to plunge. Photo courtesy of Hannah Curran Schuck also reported...

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Buccino Institute launches Leaders Podcast as creative learning outlet
Mar06

Buccino Institute launches Leaders Podcast as creative learning outlet

The Buccino Leadership Institute recently launched a podcast called Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast, which is centered on leadership insight and is mostly run by Seton Hall students. Bryan Price, the executive director of the Buccino Leadership Institute, said that the goal of the new Leaders Podcast Initiative is to provide a creative outlet for students to learn from a diverse group of leaders. Photo courtesy of Audrey...

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Fans keep the stands cool at basketball away games
Mar06

Fans keep the stands cool at basketball away games

Some Seton Hall basketball fans explained why they feel motivated to travel to see the Pirates in enemy territory. Emily High, a sophomore public relations major, said traveling to see Seton Hall basketball games is a unique opportunity to mingle with the opposition. Photo via Facebook/Emily High “What I enjoy most is meeting the other team’s fans,” High said. “Although we are cheering for opposing teams, I always learn a lot about...

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