SHU goes digital with Microsoft Teams
Sep19

SHU goes digital with Microsoft Teams

The IT department implemented Microsoft Teams into every class this semester, making it the standard for each course. Microsoft Teams is a program that allows groups of students to collaborate on projects and other class assignments. It is comparable to other apps such as Slack. However, Teams takes crucial components of online collaboration such as email, file sharing and group discussion and fold it all into one streamlined program....

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PC Support Services help those with tech blues
Sep19

PC Support Services help those with tech blues

Known for their distinct blue lab coats, the lab consultants at Seton Hall University provide technological assistance to all who need it. The lab consultants are student workers who assist students, faculty and guests with personal laptops, library computers, printers and any other technical difficulties they can remedy. Jonathan Pinnock, a junior chemistry major, explained the group’s tasks and responsibilities. Pinnock stated that...

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IHS students talk separation from main campus
Sep19

IHS students talk separation from main campus

Several nursing students take classes at the Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus in Nutley, N.J., and they shared mixed reviews about how they feel being separated from the rest of the SHU community in South Orange. Esther Shinne, a junior nursing major, said she feels somewhat disconnected from the rest of the main campus. “You don’t get to talk to your old friends from freshman year and trying to talk to them is really...

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Artists bring the heat with hottest releases of the summer
Sep19

Artists bring the heat with hottest releases of the summer

This summer featured a diverse outlet of music from various artists of all genres. In rap, there were some huge releases, especially from some rappers who have not recently released music. Artists like Drake, Pierre Bourne and Tyler, the Creator all dropped new tracks this summer. Joe Cammarota, a sophomore visual and sound media major, said he had mixed feelings with this summer’s rap releases. Cammarota added that this had potential...

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K-Pop Club celebrates Korean culture with music and dance
Sep19

K-Pop Club celebrates Korean culture with music and dance

Seton Hall’s K-Pop Club is a place for students to make new friends and have fun while learning about Korean culture. This year, the executive board has planned multiple meetings and activities throughout the year for students to enjoy. Executive board members Jane Breslin, a senior physics major, and Alexis Candelora, a junior business major, encourage newcomers to try it out and attend a meeting or two. “We want to have a place...

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South Orange Village hosts 24-hour music jamboree
Sep12

South Orange Village hosts 24-hour music jamboree

On Sept. 7, South Orange hosted its third annual “24 Hours of Music Jamboree” in support of the South Orange Rescue Squad, which provides medical services for the residents. The jamboree was held throughout the South Orange Village. For 24 hours, each location included live music spanning all genres of music. Performers were encouraged to perform other artforms, such as spoken word and dance routines. Gregory Burrus, a member of the...

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Alumnus Mike Cappelluti lets his light shine with band ‘Moonwater’
Sep12

Alumnus Mike Cappelluti lets his light shine with band ‘Moonwater’

Seton Hall alumnus Michael Cappelluti ‘19 is still making a name for himself, even after graduating last year. The recent marketing graduate had balanced working at Amazon while keeping his love for music alive. Cappelluti worked as a supply chain manager at Amazon after graduation. On his days off, he focused on his dedication for music. Cappelluti said that he always knew that music would be a big part of his life. After picking up...

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SAB event welcomes out-of-state and international students
Sep12

SAB event welcomes out-of-state and international students

On Sept. 5, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted “A Pirate’s Life for Me,” a welcoming event geared towards out-of-state students and international students. “A Pirate’s Life for Me” is an event SAB hosted as part of its “First 56 Days” campus-wide programming initiative that encourages students to experience all that Seton Hall, South Orange and the greater NYC-area has to offer,” Alison Sotolongo, director of student...

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New club talks real estate with students
Sep12

New club talks real estate with students

The Seton Hall Real Estate Club, which is in the process of launching this fall semester, seeks to teach students about pursuing real estate as a career and making investments in the real estate industry. Marcelo Espana, a senior finance and marketing major, said he came up with the idea for the student organization last semester. Espana said he had interned at a real estate investment firm, which was where he was exposed to real...

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BSU strengthens community with kickoff event
Sep12

BSU strengthens community with kickoff event

On Sept. 3, the Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a Black Caucus kickoff in collaboration with other student organizations to welcome those back to school and celebrate the start of a new school year at Seton Hall. Kiera Alexander/Photography Editor Taylor Newkirk said the purpose of the kickoff event is to expose the student body to the African-centered organizations on campus. Taylor Newkirk, a senior psychology major and president...

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Catholic school with no uniforms? ‘Ight imma head out’
Sep06

Catholic school with no uniforms? ‘Ight imma head out’

Since opening its doors in 1856, Seton Hall University has been an exclusively private, Catholic school. Typically when hearing “private catholic school,” most people already have a pre-programmed image in their heads of a preppy, well-dressed school-boy or girl, wearing matching uniforms bearing the school’s colors and logo. While that may be the case at many Catholic high schools, things are a little different here at Seton Hall....

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Out-of-state students share challenges in coming to N.J.
Sep06

Out-of-state students share challenges in coming to N.J.

With the fall semester underway, Seton Hall opens their doors to students from far and wide, some traveling farther than others. Out-of-state students might have to adapt to a new way of living. Some of the changes some new students face is the East Coast climate. Annabella Pastorok, a senior biology pre-dental major from Southbury, Conn., expressed that she misses her hometown cuisine. For example, her family’s homemade Italian food...

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