How to make off-campus housing a home run
Mar06

How to make off-campus housing a home run

Seton Hall students gave advice on how to navigate through the decision process of finding the best fit for an off-campus apartment. Some students said that while this all may seem overwhelming, they have some tips when trying to find a place that fits. Jill Cancela/Staff Photographer Jordan Gasson, a sophomore occupational therapy major, said that when looking for an apartment he found that the best way to find one was talking with...

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AXP comedy show benefits TCNJ crash victim
Feb27

AXP comedy show benefits TCNJ crash victim

On Feb. 19, Alpha Chi Rho (AXP) hosted a comedy show to raise funds for Ryan Moore, a TCNJ student who was seriously injured in a car accident. Christopher Coppola, a sophomore secondary education and Spanish major, planned the event and said that AXP hosted the event because their former chapter president, Will Leonard, is close high school friends with Moore, who survived the Dec. 2 crash. Luke Tyler/Staff Photographer He said he...

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SGA supports LGBTQ and Latino panel discussion
Feb27

SGA supports LGBTQ and Latino panel discussion

On Feb. 19, Adelante, Allies and the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a panel discussion about the intersectionality of Latinos and the LGBTQ community called “Adelante with Pride.” Four Latino students who identified themselves as part of the LGBTQ community participated as panelists. They shared their feelings about the presence of the LGBTQ in today’s campus society and shared personal stories of that lifestyle within...

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Professor sheds light on drug addiction recovery with CORE students
Feb27

Professor sheds light on drug addiction recovery with CORE students

On Feb. 9, a group of students from Melinda Papaccio’s Christianity and Culture in Dialogue class went on a service-learning trip to a ministry to speak to people involved in the The Healing Initiative—Recovery, Spirituality, and Twelve Steps program, known as “I-Thirst.” Papaccio said as part of the service-learning aspect of this section of CORE II, students were engaging in active dialogue with those suffering from the pains of...

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Women in Business bridges gaps between all majors
Feb27

Women in Business bridges gaps between all majors

The Seton Hall Women in Business (WIB) is a student organization on campus dedicated to build a community to support empowerment of women from all studies, Ayse Ergene, a junior diplomacy major, said. Ergene, who is vice president of public relations, said the group values teamwork, open communication, integrity, being creative and resourceful. Photo courtesy of Ayse Ergene “We always try to live up to our mission and values with both...

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SHU’s Pirate mascot: Who is under the suit?
Feb27

SHU’s Pirate mascot: Who is under the suit?

It is a well-known fact that the Pirate is Seton Hall’s mascot, but not many people know who is under the suit. Brendan Kane, a senior sports management and marketing major, said he was one of the students who has worn the suit since June 2016. Kane explained that it was always a childhood dream of his to be the mascot, and he went to apply after learning from a peer advisor they were looking for more students. Kane said he didn’t...

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Limited supply of Josh Peck event tickets upsets students
Feb27

Limited supply of Josh Peck event tickets upsets students

Seton Hall’s Student Activity Board (SAB) announced on Instagram that they will be hosting a comedy event featuring Josh Peck on March 1 in the Main Lounge. Several students were upset that the tickets quickly sold out. Mikaela Battaglia, a social and behavioral science major, expressed her anger about the limited supply of tickets. File Photo “I am upset because about two hours after the post came out, they were already sold out,”...

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A look into the Public Relations and Marketing office
Feb27

A look into the Public Relations and Marketing office

Seton Hall’s Public Relations and Marketing office (PR&M) is located at 519 South Orange Avenue. The office includes departments ranging from media relations and event staff to art and photography, as well as account management. According to the school website, the range of responsibilities placed upon the group of directors and students who work together is aimed “to advance and strengthen the academic reputation and image of...

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Buccino Leadership produces student leaders
Feb27

Buccino Leadership produces student leaders

The Buccino Leadership program is a four-year program that provides its students with methods of cultivating influential leadership specific to their major, according to the Seton Hall website. James Kimble, professor and associate director of the program, said that its aim is to nurture young leaders in order to prepare them for future leadership positions. Photo via Instagram/@shu.commartsleaders Kimble added that the program was...

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Bounce ‘N Trounce brings SHU community together
Feb20

Bounce ‘N Trounce brings SHU community together

Student Alumni Association shows off university pride for over 24 hours Exhausted, yet restless at the same time, a member of the Student Alumni Association (SAA) holds a cup of coffee in her hand, laughing out loud. Her bold smile widens, taking up half of her face. The other students can’t tell if she’s tired or not. Her mood, full of excitement and energy, has not changed for a long period of time. Adrian Chavez/ Staff Photographer...

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New student marijuana alliance comes to SHU
Feb20

New student marijuana alliance comes to SHU

Courtesy of SMART The Student Marijuana Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) was recently established at Seton Hall. According to its Facebook page, the alliance focuses on bringing cannabis education to universities and bridging the gap for millennials interested in career opportunities. Olivia Giles-Johnson, co-founder of SMART, said she and her other co-founder, Rachel Gilbert, brought SMART to campus to educate the student...

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SHU’s Chamber Choir’s performance in New Hampshire a great opera-tunity
Feb20

SHU’s Chamber Choir’s performance in New Hampshire a great opera-tunity

Courtesy of Jason Tramm The Seton Hall Chamber Choir performed alongside the Opera New Hampshire on Feb. 10 at The Palace Theater in Manchester, N.H. Together, the two musical groups performed a piece entitled “Rossini’s Barber of Seville.” Annemarie Ryan, a freshman nursing major and opera singer, described the story behind the song that contributes to its exceptionality. “The story, in short, is about a Count who comes to serenade a...

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