Stillman school program launches new students into success
Sep28

Stillman school program launches new students into success

On Sept. 9, new Stillman School MBA students convened on campus for two days as part of the Launch Experience course under the guidance of faculty and Seton Hall alumni. Students were not only privy to valuable hands on experience, but also introduced to the improved MBA program. “We took the mission: ‘Transforming concepts into practice’ to a whole other level,” said Daniel Ladik, associate professor of marketing, professor of...

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Campus jobs give students interactions outside the classroom
Sep28

Campus jobs give students interactions outside the classroom

Students are kicking off the new school year by moving forward with classes and returning to their jobs on campus. SHU offers a variety of off- campus jobs from tutoring to being a desk assistant. Chris McNeil, a junior a diplomacy, international relations and economics major, started his school year early as a Desk Assistant (D.A.) at Aquinas Hall. Primarily, his responsibility is to verify students entering the building by swiping...

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Tutors bring academics to the halls of residence buildings
Sep28

Tutors bring academics to the halls of residence buildings

While most students are aware of tutors in the Academic Resource Center, some may not know about Tutors in Residen. Tutors in Residence (TIRs) are students at Seton Hall who provide free tutoring in Aquinas and Boland Hall, and are Housing and Residence Life staff. Members of the TIRs provide tutoring for various subjects and classes, helping those who struggle understanding a concept or need more practice on a certain topic. Student...

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Men’s basketball freshmen learn ‘fundamentals’ on and off the court
Sep27

Men’s basketball freshmen learn ‘fundamentals’ on and off the court

Experience is abundant throughout the Seton Hall men’s basketball team, but there are still three freshmen: Myles Cale, Sandro Mamukelashvili and Jordan Walker, who have yet to dip their toes into college basketball waters. Still, despite their lack of collegiate experience, maturity is not something lacking from the three young newcomers. The trio gained perspective from a two-day event that took place in New York, N.Y. called Big...

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Father/son alum duo open burger joint with knowledge from SHU
Sep22

Father/son alum duo open burger joint with knowledge from SHU

Phil and Paul Sannitti have Seton Hall running through their veins. Both graduated from here and fervently support the school. This past December, the father and son opened Burgers Grilled Right, nicknamed BGR, which keeps both Seton Hall students and meat lovers in mind. The restaurant is located on South Orange Ave, just blocks away from campus. The Sannitti’s, from Long Valley, N.J., started at Friendly’s. Phil, father and Class of...

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AST rocks, rolls and raises money for Dress for Success
Sep22

AST rocks, rolls and raises money for Dress for Success

Jubilee Hall resonated with the sound of rock music on the night of Sept. 15 as Alpha Sigma Tau (AST) welcomed the return of its philanthropy event, Rock-A-Thon, after more than a three-year absence. The event celebrated student talent as acts ranged from original and cover songs to poetry. Among the performers were students Nicole Philips, Erica Bradshaw, John Ferry, Shawn Brelvi, Keith Egan, Mike Cappelluti and Nadia Lyall. Though...

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Student enjoys eye-opening experience during clinical rotation
Sep22

Student enjoys eye-opening experience during clinical rotation

Determined, loyal, caring, hardworking and compassionate – these are just some of the words peers use to describe senior biology major Holli Bossons. This past summer, Bossons showed these characteristics and used her knowledge from the classoom while she was a physician assistant observer at St. Luke’s University Health Network’s Bethlehem campus in Pennsylvania. “The beauty of the program was that we didn’t have set rotations...

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SHU alum speaks out for autism awareness
Sep22

SHU alum speaks out for autism awareness

At just 2 and a half years old, Kerry Magro said his first word. At five, he completed his first sentence. At 25, he published his first book that became a bestseller in three days. Magro, an author, professional speaker, nonprofit founder and 2011 Seton Hall alumnus, is on a mission to tell his story. He was diagnosed with autism at four, and he also aims to tell others’ stories similar to his. “The dream was just to get to college...

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CHAMP mentors ensure students are champs
Sep22

CHAMP mentors ensure students are champs

The mentors of the Communications Honors Alumni Program (CHAMP) work with students to make sure they foster connections and make the most of their college experience. Paul Ward, who graduated from Seton Hall in 1986, created the program 10 years ago, when the College of Communication and the Arts was still part of the College of Arts and Sciences. With the combined efforts of Ward and the Career Center, they were able to bring alumni...

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Gen 1 helps students face challenges ahead
Sep22

Gen 1 helps students face challenges ahead

Cheyanne Ganpat is a first generation college student and a freshman biology major. She must face the challenges that arise with no one in her family having experienced them before. Ganpat’s parents, originally from Guyana, a small country in South America, did not get a college education. “It’s something my parents always wanted for me and I’ve always wanted for myself,” Ganpat said. Nelson Mercado, a freshman criminal justice major,...

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SHU partners with program to bring diversity to classroom
Sep22

SHU partners with program to bring diversity to classroom

Seton Hall University is the first college in N.J. to partner with Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT), a mentoring program dedicated to creating a pathway for bringing diverse teachers into the classroom. Interim President Dr. Mary Meehan and TSTT founder, president and CEO Dr. Bettye Perkins signed an agreement at a ceremony on Sept. 19, solidifying that SHU will be the 25th college to partner with TSTT, effective August...

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Live Like Kainoa: Pi Kappa Phi  holds fundraiser for brother
Sep22

Live Like Kainoa: Pi Kappa Phi holds fundraiser for brother

The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity will be sponsoring the “Live Like Kainoa” fundraiser on Sept. 27 from 4 to 7 p.m. on the Green to help brother Kainoa Spenser’s family with their incurred medical expenses. Over the summer, Spenser was diagnosed with pneumonia, which led to further complications and a flesh-eating disease that attacked his limbs and the entirety of his body, according to Ravi Shah, president of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity....

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