Hellenic Wicca student practices solitary religion
Sep28

Hellenic Wicca student practices solitary religion

One place, many faiths

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Faculty steps up with fitbit competition
Sep28

Faculty steps up with fitbit competition

While many students spent their summers doing internships, going on vacation or simply relaxing, the Division of Student Services spent their summer differently. Between faculty and staff across different offices, 43 members participated in “Step Up with Student Services.” It was a competition created by Cheryl McCloskey, assistant director of housing operations and marketing, who came up with the idea after seeing her colleagues...

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Muslim students find their own space at Seton Hall
Sep22

Muslim students find their own space at Seton Hall

One place, many faiths

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SHU Student models at Kanye West’s YEEZY show
Sep22

SHU Student models at Kanye West’s YEEZY show

Freckled-face, afro hair and 5-feet 7-inches, sophomore Gordonnay Gaines modeled in Kanye West’s Yeezy Season Four fashion show that was held on the lawn of Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park in New York City on Wednesday, Sept. 7. Gaines, a business management and marketing major, said she has always seen herself as a tomboy and only decided to go into modeling because her aunt continually told her to do so. Through the support...

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From books to the booth: Dolberry working on rap career
Sep14

From books to the booth: Dolberry working on rap career

Kenneth Dolberry, a SHU alum (‘16), spent his college career balancing his burgeoning rap career and his studies. Currently, he is a Seton Hall graduate student pursuing his master’s degree in Strategic Communications. During his four years as a journalism major, Dolberry worked as a manager for the women’s basketball team, was involved in many clubs and was featured on WSOU. Born in Queens, N.Y., he was raised in a family that...

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Surfs Up: Enter SHU surfer boy’s world, ride the waves and the Subway
Apr20

Surfs Up: Enter SHU surfer boy’s world, ride the waves and the Subway

Each morning he puts on his swim trunks and muscle tee, slides his feet smoothly into his flip flops and grabs his surfboard as he heads out the door. Step after step, he is on his way to catch some waves, but first, he must catch a New York City’s Subway train to get to his oasis in Far Rockaway, Queens. Elden, a sophomore diplomacy and international relations and economics major, said as a swimmer in high school, he is no stranger...

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Up-and-coming Jersey group preps first album

In the summer of 2011, Monmouth County’s pop-punk band Mercer Avenue will release their first album, “Hip Hop Is Dead,” recorded with producer Doug Leibowitz of Animal Sound Studio. The unsigned group has been together for three years and, between managing college-work and music, already have impressive credentials. Mercer Avenue has played at many venues, including Sayreville, N.J.’s Starland Ballroom and has...

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