MSA wears pink hijabs for breast cancer awareness
Nov01

MSA wears pink hijabs for breast cancer awareness

Students joined the Muslim Student Association (MSA) on the Green in raising awareness for breast cancer during its annual Pink Hijab Day. On Oct. 24, MSA greeted students with pink wristbands and a bake sale. As October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the club participated by raising money and collecting donations for Sisters By Choice, an organization that provides medical services for uninsured and underserved women. Roba...

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Stillman celebrates women in entrepreneurship
Oct31

Stillman celebrates women in entrepreneurship

As part of Women Entrepreneurship week, the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies invited Meg Reilly, a Seton Hall alumna who graduated in 2012, to present the significance of women in business and gender equality on Oct. 22. During Reilly’s time at the University, she was a member of the Gerald P. Buccino ‘63 Center for Leadership Development. She explained the number of opportunities she had, such as working alongside top executives....

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SHU Theatre perform Shakespeare at SOPAC
Oct31

SHU Theatre perform Shakespeare at SOPAC

The Seton Hall Theatre Program performed Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” at the South Orange Performing Arts Center from Oct. 24-27. Auditions for the play started the first week of September, although the play had already been chosen the previous semester. The first audition was a casting call followed by an unconventional script reading for the callbacks. “The audition experience was different because everyone was...

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Star Wars Club ‘forces’ their way onto the scene
Oct31

Star Wars Club ‘forces’ their way onto the scene

Seton Hall’s Star Wars Club is a safe space for those interested in the intergalactic media franchise and for students searching for a way to get involved on campus. George Rodriguez, a senior English major and president of the Star Wars Club, said the organization’s mission is “to create a space on campus for people who felt like they didn’t have other spaces they could come.” Although the club focuses on dissecting and discussing...

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Students share mixed thoughts on vaping
Oct31

Students share mixed thoughts on vaping

While electronic cigarettes are marketed for those trying to quit smoking actual cigarettes, controversy surrounding the e-cigarettes has swept the nation as deaths related to lung disease have resulted from them. Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on smoking e-cigarettes. In September, New Jersey Gov. Murphy’s e-cigarette task force tried to find the appropriate response to the issue of young people vaping. Since then, the...

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The Fox & Falcon: an experience beyond food
Oct31

The Fox & Falcon: an experience beyond food

Since opening last year, The Fox & Falcon has become a staple of the South Orange Village through lively events and popular food. David Massoni, a South Orange local and owner of the Fox & Falcon, has worked in the restaurant business since he was a teenager. Throughout his career, he has worked with many other restaurateurs to open and run various restaurants. However, the Fox & Falcon is Massoni’s first restaurant where...

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Tips for writing that dreaded paper during midterms
Oct31

Tips for writing that dreaded paper during midterms

Midterm season is upon the Seton Hall community. With assignment due dates looming, some students might be facing a severe case of procrastination. Some dread writing papers, as they prove to be a tedious task. Even with an abundant amount of time to write it, they might find it hard to sit down and focus to get the job done. Students shared five tips on how to focus and write that paper that they just don’t want to write: Get...

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Seton Hall gets into the autumnal spirit
Oct25

Seton Hall gets into the autumnal spirit

The Student Activities Board (SAB) and Housing and Residence Life (HRL) hosted the “Fall at the Hall” festival outside of Boland Hall on Oct. 16. Jessica Proano, the associate director of Residential Education and Student Development said, “[Fall at the Hall] is always on the last day of the first 56 days…it is supposed to be the ‘end,’ a celebration that we made it this far.” Photo via Instagram @setonhall Students ate various fall...

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International film festival shows ‘slice of life’
Oct25

International film festival shows ‘slice of life’

The fifth annual Seton Hall International Film Festival is in full swing this fall. Sponsored by the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department and the Office of International Programs, the festival features 11 films from 11 different countries and will be shown throughout October and November. The films are shown with English subtitles and free pizza is served. Hosted in the Global Learning Center in Fahy 202, the event offers...

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Boo-tiful Halloween costume tips on a budget
Oct25

Boo-tiful Halloween costume tips on a budget

With Halloween around the corner, students shared tips to create inexpensive costumes on a college budget. Mara Cabangon, a junior psychology and Catholic studies major, shared her experience with making her own costumes on a college budget. She said that she gets most of her inspiration from Facebook. Some characters she has dressed up as in past years are Gaston from “Beauty and the Beast,” the sun from “Teletubbies” and an emoji....

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Upcoming poetry event to celebrate faith, culture and identity
Oct25

Upcoming poetry event to celebrate faith, culture and identity

On Nov. 14, Seton Hall will host “The Living Word Project,” an event where people will perform original poems celebrating their faith, culture and identity in the Theatre-in-the-Round as part of International Celebration Month. Featured artists include but are not limited to poets, spoken word artists and emcees. The event is being put together by communications professor Angela Kariotis, who has been recognized across the world for...

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Alumna performs Shakespeare in New York parks
Oct24

Alumna performs Shakespeare in New York parks

Seton Hall alumna Yvonne Pruitt took to the New York stage to take part in The Fools and Kings Project to perform the Shakespeare play “Richard the Third.” Pruitt graduated in 2019 with a degree in theatre and performance. She explained why she decided to pursue an acting career. She said that her passion intensified in high school. “I always loved performing,” Pruitt said. “I think it was in high school when I really got the acting...

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