Fall Fashion: Dive into this season’s trends
Oct10

Fall Fashion: Dive into this season’s trends

The leaves are starting to glow their autumnal hues and vibrant colors, and Seton Hall students are, too. The Setonian interviewed six students on fashion trends for this season and what to look out for. Here are their top picks: Neutral tops and sweaters, mule shoes To accommodate the significant temperature changes that have been happening, Ailish Irwin, a junior public relations major, shared her suggestions of a few pieces to wear...

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Seton Hall releases Annual Campus Safety Report
Oct09

Seton Hall releases Annual Campus Safety Report

Seton Hall ranks second in reported rapes among private New Jersey institutions, first in drug use violations Seton Hall University released its 2019 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report last Tuesday, detailing an increase in reported on-campus rapes and hate crimes, as well as a sharp rise in drug abuse violations in 2018. The report, which contains statistics for several crimes, put reported rapes and hate crimes at seven while...

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Permit problems plague IHS students
Oct09

Permit problems plague IHS students

Students at the Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) Campus have expressed concern over unclear communication regarding changing parking permit procedures and other parking woes for the 2019 summer and fall semesters. File photo During those semesters, the University implemented a permit-less parking feature whereby students purchase a parking permit through the NuPark platform on PirateNet. After the purchase, students from the...

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Trust between players and coaches bring foundation to women’s soccer
Oct09

Trust between players and coaches bring foundation to women’s soccer

Ciara Crinion is midway through her first season with the women’s soccer program and she has the experience to know who to rely on and who to trust to have her program flow fluently. After serving multiple years as an assistant at the University of Hartford, Crinion understands the ins and outs of what Division I soccer brings throughout the year, even in a completely new setting. “We are two completely different programs in different...

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Nobel laureate receives honorary degree from SHU
Oct04

Nobel laureate receives honorary degree from SHU

Nobel Laureate Nadia Murad was presented with an honorary degree from Seton Hall University last Friday at an event hosted by the College of Diplomacy and International Relations. Kegan Melancon/Staff photographer The event, a “Forum on Modern Slavery: 21st Century Solutions” was organized in association with the Slave Free Community Project, the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the International Justice Project. The...

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Two people struck on South  Orange Avenue within 36 hours
Oct04

Two people struck on South Orange Avenue within 36 hours

Two people, one a student and the other a South Orange crossing guard, were struck on South Orange Avenue within a 26-hour period last week. Jillian Cancela/Asst. Photo Editor The unidentified female student was struck on Sept. 25 around 9:00 a.m. as she crossed South Orange Avenue to enter through the Farinella Gate. According to eyewitnesses, the student was transported to a local hospital, though her condition was unknown. The...

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Students work to bring SHU yearbook back
Oct03

Students work to bring SHU yearbook back

After more than 10 years since it ceased production, Seton Hall’s yearbook, “The Galleon,” is being brought back to life. Serenity Thom, a sophomore business marketing major and president of the developing organization, said the idea to bring back the yearbook came because she missed the aspect of having a yearbook. “Looking back at my friends and what they wrote in my yearbook is something I love to do and I want to be able to do...

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Swimming and Diving eager to return to championship caliber levels
Oct02

Swimming and Diving eager to return to championship caliber levels

In the Big East championships last year, respectively, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are aiming to improve their performances after historical seasons. The men, who took the Big East crown in 2018 to become back-to-back conference champions have only eight swimmers on the roster from their championship unit. That’s the same amount of freshman who will race for the first time this year for the Pirates. The surplus of...

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Seton Hall announces new Title IX measures following  investigation
Sep25

Seton Hall announces new Title IX measures following investigation

On Sept. 13, the Office of the President at Seton Hall University sent out an email to the community regarding its Title IX policies and the changes to be made following the investigation into Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. File photo The email began by acknowledging the recent events stating, “last month, you received an update on the independent review of sexual harassment allegations against Theodore McCarrick, the former...

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NJ Gov. Murphy announces task force to investigate vaping
Sep25

NJ Gov. Murphy announces task force to investigate vaping

On Sept. 12, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the creation of a task force to recommend policy proposals on how the state should proceed with regulating E-cigarette devices. Renee Nunez/Staff photographer The group, officially known as the Electronic Smoking Device Task Force, was directed by Murphy to create recommendations on how New Jersey should “protect New Jersey residents from the hazards of electronic cigarettes.” The...

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Four burning questions surrounding Seton Hall as practice begins
Sep25

Four burning questions surrounding Seton Hall as practice begins

The beginning of the most anticipated Seton Hall men’s basketball season since the 1990’s is almost here. The Pirates began their quest for a Big East title and deep run in the NCAA Tournament with their first practice of the season this week. With four starters and a handful of key reserves returning, Seton Hall has the makings of a team that can make some serious noise in 2019-20. However, plenty of kinks need to be worked out and...

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Walsh Library celebrates 25th birthday
Sep19

Walsh Library celebrates 25th birthday

The Walsh Library, known as a common spot for students to study, research and socialize, is celebrating its 25th birthday this year. Sarah Ponichtera, Assistant Dean for Special Collections and the gallery, said she finds great interest in the diversity of the library as well as its evolution. It succeeded the former McLaughlin Library. “Basically, it was to replace McLaughlin Library, the previous library, which was one-third of the...

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