Where are they now: SHU alum Amanda Boyer
Jun21

Where are they now: SHU alum Amanda Boyer

During her four years at Seton Hall, Amanda Boyer completed five internships, was an active and colony member of her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, and was involved in several other clubs and organizations, such as Her Campus, PRSSA, The Odyssey, and The Setonian. “I was always busy, but I would never change that because it gave me different skill sets for my current role and I found people with the same passions as me along the way that...

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Take a break from finals, celebrate Mother’s Day
May07

Take a break from finals, celebrate Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is around the corner which means that people will start to think of creative ideas to show their appreciation. Charlette Dennis, a junior broadcasting major, said that she is going with her family’s tradition of gifting her mom with roses and spending time together as a family. “We do something intimate at home because it is too crowded outside,” Dennis said. Blair Goldstein, a freshman criminal justice major, said that...

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SHU Alum advises students to challenge themselves
May07

SHU Alum advises students to challenge themselves

As the famous saying goes, it’s not how you start, but it’s how you finish. Emily Slate,  a 23-year-old alum of Seton Hall University, can identify with these words after graduating in the spring of 2015 and pursuing a career in the nursing field. “As a senior in high school, I had no idea what I wanted to be. My mom is a nurse and I always thought it was so neat that she was such a respected person in our community because of her...

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WSOU holds Hall of Fame Induction
May04

WSOU holds Hall of Fame Induction

Seton Hall’s campus radio station WSOU has garnered its success and continued professionalism from its students and dedicated alumni who are constantly striving for excellence on the air waves. This past April, the station held its Hall of Fame Induction ceremony in Jubilee hall. The ceremony recognized individuals who have contributed to the station when they attended SHU, but have continued to do so while immersed in their...

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How to avoid panic attacks at the end of the semester
Apr28

How to avoid panic attacks at the end of the semester

The end of the semester can be a stressful time for students. Some students start to panic because they do not know whether to study, finish final papers or prepare for the summer first. Although this time of year is difficult for students, there are ways to avoid panicking so things go smoothly without the pressure that comes with procrastination. Students have tried different methods to avoid stressing out before the end of the...

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“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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DIY graduation projects bring seniors together
Apr27

DIY graduation projects bring seniors together

The day that the class of 2016 has awaited is almost here. Seniors are about to take their last final, turn in their last paper, say goodbye to professors and officially close the book on their undergraduate careers. For some, their educational experience is over and the work force awaits. The process of graduation flies by and before students know it, they will have walked around campus for the last time as college students. There...

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Seniors have diverse post graduation plans
Apr27

Seniors have diverse post graduation plans

The class of 2016 graduates in two weeks and the post-graduation plans of each student are as diverse as the makeup of their class. For some students, the transition into the workplace is a seamless exciting milestone. For others, a job might not be their next step. Maya Butler, a senior public relations major, said she understands why some students would not want to secure a job immediately after graduation, but she would rather work...

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Rihanna music video sparks controversy
Apr27

Rihanna music video sparks controversy

On April 20 Rihanna announced that the video for her new ANTI single “Needed Me” would premiere. Sure enough, at exactly 12 a.m., our screens were blessed with her latest music video. It was directed by Harmony Korine, who has previously directed videos for the Black Keys, Sonic Youth and Cat Power. With the use of nudity and unapologetic violence, “Needed Me” is riveting. As expected from her bad girl persona, Rihanna has become even...

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Muggle news shakes Harry Potter club
Apr27

Muggle news shakes Harry Potter club

“I’ll fix it up with Mum and Dad, then I’ll call you. I know how to use a fellytone now—” Ron said in J.K. Rowling’s novel “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” “A telephone, Ron,” Hermione responded. “Honestly, you should take Muggle Studies next year.” Muggle studies? While Seton Hall University does not offer classes involving magic and wizarding schools do not exist in the real world, the magic is kept alive through...

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Diplo School sparks grassroot ideas with worldwide contest
Apr27

Diplo School sparks grassroot ideas with worldwide contest

Finalists in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations United Nations Sustainable Development Challenge presented their ideas to Seton Hall faculty, U.N. representatives and current students on April 22 in the Walsh Library Beck Rooms. “The purpose of this competition was to crowdsource ideas about how each of us can support the U.N.’s new Sustainable Development Goals,” according to Martin Edwards, director of the Center...

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Seeing stars through the student lens: SHU student witnesses the passion, chats with stars at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival
Apr27

Seeing stars through the student lens: SHU student witnesses the passion, chats with stars at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

New York City is home to thousands of people, buildings, festivals, and events. The city has the ability to bring people together at any hour of the day, any day of the year. It is home to performers, musicians, stock brokers, celebrities, and pizza shop owners. This city has raised artists, musicians, dancers, and filmmakers. Tribeca displays many of these artists through the Tribeca Film Festival every April. As a broadcasting major...

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