The Voice: Presidents come and go, but it’s others who make Seton Hall
Feb23

The Voice: Presidents come and go, but it’s others who make Seton Hall

The Voice   On Wednesday, Seton Hall President A. Gabriel Esteban met with The Setonian to discuss his decision to take the same job at DePaul. It was announced on Feb. 16 that Esteban will become the 12th president of the nation’s largest Catholic school, as well as its first lay president. Since the announcement, the Seton Hall community has voiced mixed reactions to Esteban’s impending departure. On one side of the aisle,...

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The Voice: Take time to relax in the middle of the semester
Feb16

The Voice: Take time to relax in the middle of the semester

The Voice It’s the middle of February, the middle of the semester, which means tensions are running high for some. At this point in the school year we all have more than a few things to worry about. There’s grades, jobs and internships to focus on, which may push our social and personal lives to the back burner. Midterms are coming, so study up. If you have a job or internship now, that’s quite the commitment on top of being a...

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The Voice: Graduating seniors deserve better from Seton Hall
Feb08

The Voice: Graduating seniors deserve better from Seton Hall

The Voice On Tuesday, Feb. 7, Seton Hall sent out an email in which details for the 2017 commencement ceremony were finally released. It’s about time. With graduation just a few months away, seniors finally know what time they will be walking. They know that they will walk in the fieldhouse. They know that they will receive four tickets for loved ones to watch in-person. They know that they will get another three tickets for a Walsh...

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The Voice: Like everyone else, Muslims in search of welcoming
Feb01

The Voice: Like everyone else, Muslims in search of welcoming

The Voice “I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” These are the first words the Seton Hall community saw on Tuesday when it opened a statement from University President Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban. It is a quote from the Bible, but those words could have just as easily come from Esteban himself, a native of the Philippines. Disregard context and those words apply to each and every one of us. Whether it be as a new student at Seton...

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The Voice: SGA should make Town Halls a more common occurrence
Jan26

The Voice: SGA should make Town Halls a more common occurrence

The Voice The event, held in the Chancellor’s Suite in the University Center, featured speeches by SGA leaders and saw both students and administrators attend. Following the speeches, there was an open question and answer session that allowed students to speak directly to the SGA and University administrators. The topics discussed included graduation, recent problems with SHUFly and SafeRide and 24-hour study zones. One student, a...

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The Voice: Seton Hall neglecting current students with construction
Jan18

The Voice: Seton Hall neglecting current students with construction

The Voice As construction continues on campus, not everyone is happy with the order of Seton Hall’s priorities. The Welcome Center has not been well-received by all. Earlier in the year, The Setonian reported that some students were unhappy that the project took away much-needed parking space. Now, in this week’s issue, students living in Cabrini have voiced their frustrations as well. Several residents told The Setonian that the...

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The Voice: An impactful semester in review and more to come
Dec07

The Voice: An impactful semester in review and more to come

The Voice With finals and winter break approaching, this is The Setonian’s final issue of 2016. Don’t worry – we’ll still have the latest coverage online for you over break – but with no more print issues until January, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the semester. It’s been a whirlwind – isn’t each semester for everyone in some way? For us, that means constantly writing, reporting, editing, photographing and designing. Some...

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The Voice: Seton Hall asks students for too much on Giving Tuesday
Nov30

The Voice: Seton Hall asks students for too much on Giving Tuesday

The Voice Earlier this week, on Nov. 29, was Giving Tuesday. The first Tuesday after Thanksgiving has become an international day of giving as the holiday season approaches. The day is supposed to inspire various acts of kindness. Seton Hall was rather active on Giving Tuesday, encouraging community members to donate to the University. SHU set up a web page to make monetary gifts, put together a promotional video featuring President...

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Dear Seton Hall: We want a commencement speaker
Nov16

Dear Seton Hall: We want a commencement speaker

The Voice Dear Seton Hall, How’s it going? With the fall semester winding down, you seem to be behind on planning something rather important – graduation. As covered in this issue of The Setonian, no date has been set for the event yet. Some of us seniors are starting to worry. It looks like some scheduling conflicts are in the way – it’s not entirely your fault – but it would be nice if we had a date. Seniors want to look forward to...

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The Voice: Don’t let fear and hate define us
Nov09

The Voice: Don’t let fear and hate define us

The Voice Regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on, we can all agree the 2016 election cycle was filled with a sickening amount of animosity and dread. No one candidate was at fault. No one party was at fault. Fear was everywhere. Hate was directed at everyone. This message is not about whether you voted for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump or a third party candidate. It is not about whether you’re a Democrat or Republican or...

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The Voice: The Setonian has a right to write
Nov02

The Voice: The Setonian has a right to write

The Voice In The Setonian’s Oct. 27 issue, the paper, after a vote by its Editorial Board, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in its Opinion section. Since then, there has been a flurry of varying reactions to the editorial. Some readers have supported the piece. Some have appreciated the idea of an endorsement, but not the candidate we chose. Others, for an array of reasons – whether it be a disagreement over political and...

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The Setonian endorses Hillary Clinton for President
Oct26

The Setonian endorses Hillary Clinton for President

The Voice With Election Day rapidly approaching on Nov. 8, The Setonian has endorsed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for the White House. The paper came to this decision after an Editorial Board vote by its 16 editors. No ballot was presented in the vote – instead, editors were asked to write their votes down. The final tally saw Clinton receive nine votes, while Donald Trump received two and Jill Stein one. Four members of The...

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