Habitat lends a helping hand
Dec07

Habitat lends a helping hand

The Habitat for Humanity club at Seton Hall strives to represent hope and better community relations. “Working side by side with the future home owners shows you that your volunteering makes a difference in their lives,” said Tiffany Yacullo, the vice president of the club and senior communication and public relations major. “We truly are turning houses to homes by our efforts.” Habitat at SHU tries to raise awareness about the...

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Forget me not: Alpha Phi sister tries to help mom conquer cancer
Nov30

Forget me not: Alpha Phi sister tries to help mom conquer cancer

Alpha Phi sister tries to help mom conquer cancer

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SHU students recognized as national role models
Nov30

SHU students recognized as national role models

Yvonne Pruitt, a junior theater major and peer adviser, alongside her continuous freshman mentor, Brandon Larmore, director of the Academic Resource Center and SHU alum (‘08), have been honored as National Role Models at Minority Access’ 17th Annual Conference. Pruitt is involved on-campus as a peer adviser and as a director of the Once in a Time of Trolls production earlier this semester in September. This conference was held in...

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SHU students achieve success in D.C.
Nov30

SHU students achieve success in D.C.

This semester four students from the School of Diplomacy have been studying in Washington D.C., where they are taking on internships and exploring the opportunities and experiences the capital has to offer. The four girls, Courtney Boland, Meher Yaseen, Mari Eboli and Louris Touma arrived as a group. “Studying in D.C. with my friends has made the experience even better,” Touma said. During their time in D.C., Touma and Boland were...

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SHU professor attends expert screening of ‘Loving’
Nov30

SHU professor attends expert screening of ‘Loving’

Seton Hall professor, Dr. Larry Greene was invited to attend the expert’s screening of the film Loving before it premiered due to his expertise. The court case Loving v. Virginia is portrayed in the film, Loving, which was released Nov. 4. The expert screening was on Oct. 31 at the Magno Screening Room in New York City. Producers of the film reached out to Laurie Pine, director of media relations, asking if the university could...

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Student ignites fashion movement
Nov16

Student ignites fashion movement

Hardworking and innovative are just a couple words that describe SHU junior and creative writing major MarySonia Chizoba Ugokwe, who is an entrepreneur at heart. She and her two older sisters, Lillian and Mirian, never thought that their fashion business, DashikiPride, would be as successful as it is today. The company first launched in January 2014, but took off last summer in 2015 when they decided to create the company’s Instagram...

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College Democrats encourage students to vote
Nov03

College Democrats encourage students to vote

The Seton Hall College Democrats are looking to help the SHU community get rid of pre-voting jitters by hosting a multitude of informative and thought-provoking events. Planned are various panel discussions, speakers and even special trips to our nation’s capital. The club’s most recent event was a debate hosted by the Unified Students Assembly with the rival Seton Hall College Republicans. These contentious times have not driven a...

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DormHunt helps students move off campus
Oct20

DormHunt helps students move off campus

DormHunt.com, a website dedicated to make moving off-campus easier for students, has been created by sophomore political science majors Adrian Orozco and Nicholas Batlle. Orozco said he came up with the idea for DormHunt after realizing that many students struggled with finding off campus housing. He drew inspiration from other schools with similar websites. “I saw that some other campuses had similar websites such as Rutgers-Newark,”...

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Sikh students seek religious tolerance
Oct19

Sikh students seek religious tolerance

One place, many faiths

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Honor society continues to grow on campus
Oct19

Honor society continues to grow on campus

With competitive GPA and communications coursework requirements, Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is hardly the common honor society. After the adviser, Kyle Heim left Seton Hall more than a year ago, LPH almost became nonexistent on campus until the current president senior Erica Naumann and adviser professor Daniel Yates reinvigorated the club. The groups primary mission is to help students in the College of Communication and the Arts establish...

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Buddhist student finds peace on campus
Oct05

Buddhist student finds peace on campus

One place, many faiths

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Using yoga for the better good
Oct05

Using yoga for the better good

Shannon Reilly is a junior at Seton Hall and an internationally certified yoga instructor who enjoys art, and nonprofit work with children. Reilly started yoga at the age of 12 around the time she was diagnosed with scoliosis. What started out as a way to improve her posture quickly became an ally off the mats too. Reilly decided to do her training in Rishikesh, India, the yoga capital of the world, in an effort to learn the ancient...

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