Experts weigh in on power of podcasts
Sep19

Experts weigh in on power of podcasts

On Sept. 13, the Maplewood Memorial Public Library hosted an event called “How Podcasting is Changing Radio,” which featured four panelists considered experts in the field, Julie Snyder, Lee Hernandez, Erik Diehn, and Tony Phillips. Each with their own respective experience in podcasting, the panelists consistently mentioned how podcasting has emerged as a large outlet for consumers in the media industry. A big topic discussed during...

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Gen 1 program creates family environment
Sep19

Gen 1 program creates family environment

Gen 1 is a program at Seton Hall University for first generation students whose parents do not have a bachelor’s degree. Advisors for the Gen 1 program, who are first-generation themselves, host a 10 day pre-college workshop. Jasmyne Emerson, a physics and engineering major, shared her experiences. “Every day we had a math and english workshop, after which we had various activities such as speakers giving us college tips and...

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Nursing students attend boot camp
Sep19

Nursing students attend boot camp

At the start of the academic year, Maryanne Barra, Associate Professor in the College of Nursing, led a day-long workshop for nursing student residents at Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, N.J. The workshop titled “Internal Medicine Boot Camp 2018,” was launched at the request of Dr. Sagar, Chief Resident at Barnabas Medical Center with the primary objective of providing practical skills training in the simulation center prior to...

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Chair discusses changes in criminal justice department
Sep19

Chair discusses changes in criminal justice department

Last March, 11 criminal justice majors met with the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Peter Shoemaker, and the associate dean for Undergraduate Student Services and Enrollment Management to voice their concerns about issues within the criminal justice department. This year, changes within the department were implemented, as asserted by students and Interim Chairman Dr. Robert Pallitto. “Things are going well,” Pallitto said....

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Students petition the Talent of Inclusion initiative
Sep19

Students petition the Talent of Inclusion initiative

Seton Hall’s Black Caucus, which is comprised of the 14 African Cultural Organizations on campus, has started a petition to express their discontent with the Talent of Inclusion Initiative launched earlier this semester. The petition also calls for more “hands-on” initiatives regarding inclusion at SHU. As previously reported by The Setonian, the Talent of Inclusion Initiative calls on Seton Hall’s students to reward each other with...

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Students praise new equipment at IHS campus
Sep19

Students praise new equipment at IHS campus

The School of Health and Medical Sciences, after its completion this past summer, has received not only a new campus in Nutley, N.J. but also new equipment. Bonita Stanton, founding dean of Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University (on behalf of all three IHS deans, Brian Shulman and Marie Foley, described the new equipment at the Nutley campus. “There is extensive recording equipment in the simulation suite...

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Close friend remembers Myles Mislavsky
Sep19

Close friend remembers Myles Mislavsky

The last person to see Julian “Myles” Mislavsky before his tragic death last Tuesday afternoon called his name across the ground floor of the parking deck, but he ignored her. Rather than chase him down, she carried on, thinking that she would talk to him later. Seton Hall senior Dominique Imes said Mislavsky was her close friend and said she saw him climbing the stairs of the campus parking deck minutes before his death. Imes and the...

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Seton Hall flags display new slogan
Sep12

Seton Hall flags display new slogan

During your first couple of weeks back on the campus grounds, you might have noticed the various “What Great Minds Can Do” signs placed all around, and you may have wondered about the significance or purpose of the signs. In hopes of attracting more undergraduate and graduate students who are driven and excel academically, while competing with other universities nationwide, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has developed...

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Class of 2022 breaks records
Sep12

Class of 2022 breaks records

Seton Hall’s class of 2022 broke three different records going into the new school year. The milestones achieved, which are receiving the most applicants, largest class, and highest average SAT scores, indicate that Seton Hall’s overall progress is at an all-time high. Seton Hall received over 19,200 applicants for the class of 2022, which would end up surpassing last year’s number by about 2,500 students. Out of all these applicants,...

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SGA receives new budget for 2018-19 year
Sep12

SGA receives new budget for 2018-19 year

The Student Government Association has received a $20,000 budget increase for this academic year, bringing the total budget to $170,000. This is following the change in leadership and budget formula this year. The budget given out for organizations last year was constructed around the formula based on spending and fundraising. This method of budgeting for organizations and clubs on campus was not well received. The discontent with the...

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Students begin classes at Nutley campus
Sep12

Students begin classes at Nutley campus

Students studying disciplines within the School of Health and Medical Sciences will now attend classes at its new campus in Nutley, N.J. which was completed this past summer. Several students who spend most of their time at the Nutley campus shared their thoughts about their new surroundings and commutes. Gabriella D’Amodio, a senior studying athletic training, said she appreciated the technology features and accessibility to study...

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Seton Hall still not a smoke-free zone
Sep12

Seton Hall still not a smoke-free zone

The Seton Hall bookstore sells cigarettes, despite the health risk that they present, and as a result students on campus are asking why. The CDC published a study on June 22, 2018 which states, “Each year in the United States, cigarette smoking causes an estimated 480,000 deaths, including approximately 41,000 deaths from secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmoking adults. Smoke-free policies protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke...

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