Students love Pandang
Oct05

Students love Pandang

Pandang, located off of South Orange Ave. near Chase bank, is one of Seton Hall students’ favorite places to eat Thai food. The name Pandang derived from a pandan leaf, which is mostly used while cooking sauces to help enhance the flavors. The chef of the Pandang restaurant chose that name when Jenny Chen, the restaurant owner, opened the business in 2012. Sophomore business major, Kathrine Dwyer said, “I usually go to Pandang about...

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Discover SOPAC
Sep29

Discover SOPAC

The South Orange Performance Art Center (SOPAC) is a fun environment for students to go and relax whenever they have free time. SOPAC has been open since 2006 and not only shows movies but also has theater, dance, comedy and visual arts. SOPAC has a movie theater that plays movies from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. The current movies that are played in SOPAC are “Storks,” “The Magnificent Seven,” “Blair...

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Tito’s Burritos is a staple for SHU students
Sep22

Tito’s Burritos is a staple for SHU students

Tito’s Burritos and Wings is a big fan of Seton Hall, just as Pirates are big fans of Tito’s Burritos and Wings. With multiple locations in New Jersey, Mike Caldarella, owner of Tito’s Burritos and Wings, opened the first location in Summit in 2005 while opening the South Orange location in September 2013. Since then, Tito’s has been a big hit in the South Orange area, especially within the Seton Hall community. “10/10 would...

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POLITICO comes to South Orange
Sep07

POLITICO comes to South Orange

At a time when the country is in the midst of a presidential election, the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) unveils its latest visual exhibition: “Politico: Art & the Humanities.” The exhibition, organized by SOPAC’s curator Micha Hamilton and his creative team, will be viewable starting Sept. 8 at the Herb & Milly Iris Gallery. In a roundabout way, “Politico” and its perceptive intersection of arts and politics...

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