Dr. Mary Meehan appointed interim president at Seton Hall
Mar23

Dr. Mary Meehan appointed interim president at Seton Hall

Meehan will be the University’s first female president.

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SHU working to donate leftover GDS food to people in need
Mar23

SHU working to donate leftover GDS food to people in need

This school year, Seton Hall University has taken strides toward reducing food waste on campus. The University is in the works to begin a Food Recovery Network that, “recovers unsold, surplus food from the cafeteria and other campus events and delivers it to people that need it,” according to Andrew Aguilera, Student Government Association (SGA) vice president and junior accounting and information technology major. The Food Recovery...

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SGA refutes claims of breaches in bylaws
Mar22

SGA refutes claims of breaches in bylaws

Senate Secretary accuses organization leaders of violating constitution

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Seton Hall names 2017 Woman of the Year
Mar22

Seton Hall names 2017 Woman of the Year

On Monday, March 20, Seton Hall University named Dr. Grace May, associate professor of Education Studies and former dean of the College of Education and Human Services (CEHS), the 2017 Woman of the Year. The award will be given to May, who has been with the University since 1989, for her “significant contributions to the success and advancement of women at the University,” according to the Office of the Provost. May said in an email...

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Lab tests show cafeteria lettuce free of coliform bacteria
Mar22

Lab tests show cafeteria lettuce free of coliform bacteria

The Student Life Committee of the Student Government Association (SGA) received a report from a student a few weeks ago that the lettuce on campus contains bacteria. Michelle Pan, SGA Student Life Committee chairwoman and a sophomore double majoring in psychology and economics on track to marketing, provided information about the situation. “The bubbles (found on the lettuce) are actually gas bubbles that are associated with little...

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Newly-appointed Archbishop will attend mass on campus
Mar22

Newly-appointed Archbishop will attend mass on campus

Cardinal Joseph Tobin of Indianapolis has recently been appointed the Archbishop of the Newark Archdiocese and will be attending a special Mass on campus on March 23 at 5 p.m. as part of a six-month tour of the diocese. Rev. Brian Needles, director of Campus Ministry, said in an email interview, “Our hope is that he will feel at home at Seton Hall and will feel free to visit with our students on a regular basis.” Jenna Leis, a junior...

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St. Paddy’s Day kicks off SHU’s first ever Irish Heritage Week
Mar18

St. Paddy’s Day kicks off SHU’s first ever Irish Heritage Week

Seton Hall’s first Irish Heritage Week begins on St. Patrick’s Day and will consist of a weeklong celebration of Irish tradition and culture, ending on Thursday, March 23. The week is coordinated by students and alumni of the Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction (PIPE). Eilish Harrington is the founder of PIPE and current PIPE advisor as well as an institutional research specialist. She said Irish Heritage Week begins with a St....

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Students explore need for spiritual awakening retreat
Mar02

Students explore need for spiritual awakening retreat

A group of students, in collaboration with the Office of Campus Ministry, is exploring the possibility of coordinating a Kairos spiritual retreat. The group of students is led by freshmen Erin Neupauer and Efrain Vallejo. Possible dates and locations are still being sorted out by the Office of Campus Ministry, said the Rev. Brian Needles, director of Campus Ministry. However, Needles added that the retreat is likely to take place in...

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Students flock to Career Center, prep for career fair
Mar02

Students flock to Career Center, prep for career fair

If you happen to find yourself in the Career Center this week you are likely to notice that the atmosphere is buzzing more than usual. Each office is occupied with students of all majors looking to improve their resumes, cover letters or “elevator pitches” for the upcoming spring career fair that is to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28 from 4 to 6:15 p.m. in the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center. When asked how much work goes into...

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Search begins for Seton Hall’s new president
Mar01

Search begins for Seton Hall’s new president

Now that President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban has announced that he is stepping down to become President of DePaul University in Chicago, Seton Hall is beginning the process of searching for a new leader. Few details of the search are set at this time, but university officials have made one thing clear: the presidential selection process of 2009 and 2010 is not expected to occur again, according to Rev. Msgr. C. Anthony Ziccardi, vice...

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DePaul students welcome Esteban, expect communication
Mar01

DePaul students welcome Esteban, expect communication

President-elect Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban has been welcomed onto DePaul’s campus with open arms. The 12th president of the university was welcomed with packed crowds of students, staff and faculty all proudly wearing DePaul blue at a campus-wide event announcing his new role earlier this month. Esteban accepted a DePaul sweatshirt gifted by the Student Government Association and spoke to students in attendance. For many students,...

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Seniors rejoice at graduation venue change
Mar01

Seniors rejoice at graduation venue change

The decision to move commencement from campus to the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel has sparked mixed reactions among the graduating class. According to Bernadette McVey, director of Academic Events, Initiatives and Planning, Seton Hall has been talking to the PNC Bank Arts Center about hosting graduation there since last Wednesday, Feb. 22. When asked how SHU decided upon PNC, McVey said via email, “The main factors were...

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