University’s transparency in question after grad program suspended
Apr19

University’s transparency in question after grad program suspended

As one of the newest colleges at Seton Hall University, the College of Communication and the Arts has seen its share of difficult times. From the sudden suspension of the Masters of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MASCL) program in 2016 to the speedy hiring and premature departure of Dr. Renee Robinson as director of the new College’s Center for Graduate Studies, faculty members have become frustrated with a lack of...

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“Parks and Recreation” star talks about taking risks
Apr19

“Parks and Recreation” star talks about taking risks

Ben Schwartz:‘You have so much time to figure it out’

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The Voice: Seeing right through Seton Hall’s lack of transparency
Apr19

The Voice: Seeing right through Seton Hall’s lack of transparency

The Voice The issue of transparency is creating a lot of buzz in the country right now. Like almost everything else relevant to today’s news cycle, that is because of President Donald Trump. With new and needed tax reform on the table, the commander-in-chief still refuses to release his own tax returns. There is also the fresher matter of the White House’s decision to keep visitor logs locked away, a break from practice under...

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The Clery Act: An Inside Look At Josoph Henry
Apr05

The Clery Act: An Inside Look At Josoph Henry

Murderer stresses dangers of alcohol, importance of sexual violence awareness

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Class of 2017 will have a commencement speaker
Apr05

Class of 2017 will have a commencement speaker

Much to the surprise of the Class of 2017, Matthew W. Wright, Seton Hall Class of 1989, will be the Baccalaureate Commencement speaker at the 160th Commencement Ceremony on Monday, May 15 at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J. “It’s an honor and I was flattered to do it,” Wright said. “It’s a great way to give back to the institution.” According to an email from the Office of the Provost on Tuesday, April 4, Wright’s ties to Seton...

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Sacristans grow in faith and friendship
Apr05

Sacristans grow in faith and friendship

One night after class, Nicole Floyd, then a commuting freshman, stopped at the Cove to get something to eat before her drive back home. She met another student there and struck up a conversation that would change her experience at Seton Hall University. Floyd is now a senior sociology and Catholic Studies major finishing her second year as a sacristan for the campus ministry.   As one of six sacristans on campus, Floyd is in charge of...

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Column: Adjuncts deserve better compensation
Apr05

Column: Adjuncts deserve better compensation

    Over the past four years I’ve absolutely loved being part of the Seton Hall community. Looking back, I realize that my satisfaction stems from a combination of SHU’s atmosphere, finding lifelong friends, joining a top-notch student-run newspaper, and a selection of professors that have had meaningful impacts on me. As a student of the College of Communication and the Arts, many of my professors have been adjuncts. They...

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New SGA Executive Board eyeing the future
Mar29

New SGA Executive Board eyeing the future

Simon plans on tackling issues with graduation, campus food and parking.

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Always on call: Gary Cohen’s life behind the mic
Mar29

Always on call: Gary Cohen’s life behind the mic

Every sport has an offseason, but Gary Cohen rarely gets time off. A 24-year veteran, the play-by-play man spends all months of the year behind a microphone. As SNY’s television announcer for the New York Mets and the radio voice of Seton Hall basketball for AM970 The Answer, Cohen is always on the call somewhere. He works other college hoops games, too, like the wild Kentucky-North Carolina Elite Eight matchup on March 26. That night...

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Faculty and staff react to first woman interim president
Mar29

Faculty and staff react to first woman interim president

Since being named interim president on March 23, Dr. Mary Meehan–who will become the  University’s first female president–has received many “welcome” and “best of luck” messages. Outgoing President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban said that Meehan, “is a strong and talented executive who knows this University well and is prepared to lead on day one.”  Her term officially begins on April 11. Meehan is a respected higher-education and healthcare...

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ROTC rallies to keep SGA Senate seat
Mar29

ROTC rallies to keep SGA Senate seat

Tensions were high at the SGA meeting on March 13 as ROTC representation in the student government’s Senate was debated. According to Christopher Morbelli, a senior political science major and SGA at large senator, the concern was “The Senate Leadership realized that those who belong in the ROTC program may be triply represented within the SGA (because they could be) represented by their major senator, an at large senator and the ROTC...

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Christina Simon voted new SGA president | Complete election results are in
Mar28

Christina Simon voted new SGA president | Complete election results are in

The Simon-Reed ticket swept the 2017-2018 Student Government Association (SGA) elections, claiming all four Executive Board positions after an intense campaign season.

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