“Stony’s” The Newest Hotspot in Town
Apr28

“Stony’s” The Newest Hotspot in Town

Located in the heart of South Orange, is a popular restaurant called Stony’s. With the distance from Seton Hall University to 10 Sloan Street being about a five minute walk, it is no surprise why students choose to go eat at Stony’s more often than most places in South Orange. Stony’s has a relaxing environment where customers can sit outside and enjoy their food with the company of their friends and family. The area is surrounded...

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“Stateless” documentary premieres at SHU
Apr27

“Stateless” documentary premieres at SHU

At the age of 10, Michael Drob came to the United States as a refugee. For almost the entire year prior, he and his family were stateless, not recognized as a citizen of any country. They left their homeland as many other Soviet Jewish people did in the late 1980s, after the Soviet Union agreed to allow its Jewish population to leave the country. After being denied refugee status in the U.S. with little explanation, Drob and his...

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National Days in the month of April
Apr21

National Days in the month of April

Not only does April bring us the beauty of spring, but it also allows people around the world to have something to celebrate in the next 30 days. Each day in April is distinguishable, starting with April Fool’s day on April 1, a day to try and play a joke on somebody, the more ridiculous the joke and the longer it takes friends and family to figure it out, the better. April 2  was a day to be celebrated with a peanut butter and jelly...

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PR students R.O.P.E. in success
Apr20

PR students R.O.P.E. in success

The Public Relations major is the largest major in the College of Communications and the Arts, according to the Seton Hall faculty. As a result, the R.O.P.E. in Success event is held annually to celebrate and help PR students. “R.O.P.E is an event where we recognize SHU student and alum in the communications school for their accomplishments and the teams competing in PRSSA’s national Bateman Competition,” said Crystal Jones, a...

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Activities to get into spring of things
Apr13

Activities to get into spring of things

With the recent weather being so nice and rainy showers, we are reminded that it’s springtime. The first day of spring began on March 20 which means that you can enjoy your favorite spring time activities. Seton Hall University is noted for “the green.” After catching up with a few students and professors from campus, the green has become a campus favorite place to hangout. Nicholas Durant, a junior communications major, said his...

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SOPAC presents “BLINK”
Mar30

SOPAC presents “BLINK”

The South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) staged a reading of the play “BLINK” written by GLAAD award-winner, Kate Moira Ryan and directed by Mark Armstrong. The performance was held on March 20 at 7 p.m. as a part of Midtown Direct Rep’s “Theatre in the Loft” series. The play centers on a newly-wedded young man and woman living in New York and trying to make it on Broadway. Shortly after their marriage, the wife is diagnosed...

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Missing link: Students miss favorite food chains
Mar30

Missing link: Students miss favorite food chains

While at school there are many things that students miss which can include family and friends of course, but it also means missing comfort foods which can only be found at home. Nothing says home like a slice from a favorite pizzeria or a deli sandwich made by a friendly familiar face. So what are the food chains which Seton Hall University students miss from home and are there any new ones near campus which they miss while on summer...

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College students share their fears
Mar30

College students share their fears

Do you have a fear that lurks at the back of your mind? Are there nightmares which you never want to relive? What are you afraid of? When only given four or less words, but asked what she feared, Tiffany Yung, a senior social and behavioral sciences major said it was life after death. Yung said that it is just something she had been thinking about and even asked herself, would it be just like sleeping? There are fears which revolve...

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Bored of Board Games?
Mar30

Bored of Board Games?

  Walking through department stores, you are likely to come across the giant wall of board games. Memories begin to flood back of good times had while playing some staple games like Monopoly, Clue or Trouble. Instantly, buying a new board game becomes a good idea to play with friends. However, are people actively playing board games anymore? “I haven’t played any board games in a long time,” Mario Cuevas, a junior social...

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‘Average Joe’ takes extraordinary step to drop first album
Mar30

‘Average Joe’ takes extraordinary step to drop first album

Senior Biology major Joe Melillo has always been called to serving others in unique ways. Whether he was running across the country raising over $4,900 for cancer patients, or when he is on duty as a Resident Assistant in the upperclassmen dorms, Melillo helps others through his talents. A new talent is coming to light for Melillo, this time helping college students through music. Melillo will be dropping his first album entitled...

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SHU community comes together, “United in Faith”
Mar16

SHU community comes together, “United in Faith”

Attention was focused on the Syrian Civil War, a global issue since 2011, at the Arabic Speaking Club’s “United in Faith” event on March 11. The Chancellor’s Suite event aimed to create an interfaith environment where attendees had the opportunity to learn more about the Syrian Civil War. Faye Milus, Arabic Speaking Club public relations officer, said about 65 people attended the event. Recently, the topic of Syrian refugees has been...

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Seton Hall to hold Piratethon to help local families
Feb11

Seton Hall to hold Piratethon to help local families

The annual Seton Hall University 12-hour PirateThon will be held on Saturday, March 12 at 8 p.m. to Sunday, March 13 at 8 a.m. The event will take place on campus in the Main Lounge in the University Center and will be open to the entire SHU community.   The proceeds raised will be donated to the Valerie Fund, a non-profit organization in Maplewood, N.J. The organization helps families of children who are suffering from pediatric...

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