TurboVote continues to partner with the University
Sep19

TurboVote continues to partner with the University

Through a partnership with TurboVote, Seton Hall University will continue its effort to encourage students to get out and vote. TurboVote, a non-partisan organization that helps students sign up to vote is meant to push students to be more politically engaged and participate in the upcoming election season. This service is especially targeted at out-of-state students, with its focus on absentee ballots. Karen Van Vorman Associate Vice...

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University implements electronic parking permit system
Sep19

University implements electronic parking permit system

This fall Seton Hall implemented a new electronic parking permit system called NuPark, has been implemented for the South Orange campus. The new parking permit system allows a vehicle’s license plate to become the permit, eliminating the need for physical parking passes for long term permits. Short term passes, however, such as daily and overnight passes are still physical passes. File photo According to the Ann Szipszky, the Parking...

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Seton Hall students make waves with model UN themed podcast
Sep19

Seton Hall students make waves with model UN themed podcast

According to The New York Times report from March, podcast listeners have significantly increased in the last year. Research conducted by Edison Research and Triton Digital, an audio technology and advertising company, claimed that podcast listenership has increased among all age cohorts. The New York Times wrote that 40% of people between the ages of 12 and 24 listened to a podcast in the last month, which is a 10% increase from...

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Provost updates campus on  diversity and inclusion
Sep19

Provost updates campus on diversity and inclusion

Interim Provost Karen Boroff sent out an email to the University community on Sept. 9 updating students and faculty on Seton Hall’s attempts to address diversity and inclusion initiatives in the months since the initial Concerned 44 protests. File photo A few of the changes include the hiring of Kelly Harris, Ph.D., who joined Seton Hall as the director of the Africana Studies program, as well as the hiring of a full-time faculty...

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SHU allocates $750k of donation for core curriculum program
Sep18

SHU allocates $750k of donation for core curriculum program

Seton Hall University announced that Henry F. Roman (‘54) and his wife, Maryann, donated $750,000 to the University, the gift will be allocated toward improving the core cirriculum. File photo Henry Roman served in the military and went on two tours of duty with the U.S. Army in California after he graduated from Seton Hall. Roman and his wife both passed and their niece Susan Lis was appointed as the administer of their estate, which...

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SHU makes progess on athletic field
Sep18

SHU makes progess on athletic field

After a long renovation process, Owen T. Carroll Field is finally scheduled to be finished by the end of September. The renovation, which began during the spring of 2019, was the reason why the Seton Hall University baseball team had to play all their games on the road. Grace McBride/Staff Photographer As the process reaches its latter stages, both the women and men’s soccer teams have also had to play their first few games away from...

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University implements electronic parking permit system
Sep18

University implements electronic parking permit system

This fall Seton Hall implemented a new electronic parking permit system called NuPark, has been implemented for the South Orange campus. File photo The new parking permit system allows a vehicle’s license plate to become the permit, eliminating the need for physical parking passes for long term permits. Short term passes, however, such as daily and overnight passes are still physical passes. According to the Ann Szipszky, the Parking...

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Seton Hall continues partnership with TurboVote to boost political engagement
Sep12

Seton Hall continues partnership with TurboVote to boost political engagement

Through a recent partnership with TurboVote, Seton Hall University continues its effort to encourage students to get out and vote. TurboVote, a non-partisan organization that helps students sign up to vote is meant to push students to be more politically engaged and participate in the upcoming election season. This service is especially targeted at out-of-state students, with its focus on absentee ballots.  Associate Vice...

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Cardinal Tobin blesses protesters at ICE HQ
Sep11

Cardinal Tobin blesses protesters at ICE HQ

Cardinal Joseph Tobin, the Archbishop of Newark, blessed a group of protestors last Wednesday at the Benedictine Abbey of Newark before a crowd of more than 400 who marched to the regional ICE headquarters. The group’s protest was a call for the Trump administration and Congress to stop detention of children and families due to the rise of complaints on the living conditions. Photo via Flickr/Fibonacci Blue Cardinal Tobin spoke...

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CAPS institutes phone line allowing for 24/7 access to counselors
Sep11

CAPS institutes phone line allowing for 24/7 access to counselors

Formerly, if a student needed to contact a psychological counselor after Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) hours, they would need to contact Public Safety and ask to speak with an on-call counselor. Then, the student would have to await a call back. File photo This semester, however, CAPS instituted a phone line which directly connects students with a professional mental health counselor during after hours and on weekends....

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Students beef over fish
Sep11

Students beef over fish

The Seton Hall Veggie Society circulated a petition Wednesday morning in the Galleon Hallway, advocating for the ban of the live sale of fish by on-campus organizations and charging that the practice is unethical. The event was set to take place at the same time and place as the Alpha Phi Sorority’s annual “Betta Phish” philanthropy fundraiser until the sorority promptly postponed the event via their Instagram late Tuesday afternoon....

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Seton Hall students respond to Newark water crisis
Sep11

Seton Hall students respond to Newark water crisis

The next Flint, Michigan is happening a lot closer to home for Seton Hall students. Kiera Alexander/Staff Photographer According to CNN, Newark city officials don’t know when the city’s drinking water started to become contaminated with lead, but city officials told the network that it was “due to the releasing of lead from plumbing and lead service lines on private property between the street and approximately 15,000 homes.” The...

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