Dear freshmen: A letter from President Esteban
Jun21

Dear freshmen: A letter from President Esteban

A very warm Pirate welcome to Seton Hall University! Whether you are a member of our freshman class of 2020 or a transfer student whose college journey has brought you to South Orange, I hope your time at Seton Hall is filled with exploration, growth, knowledge and spirituality. During your time at Seton Hall you will hear the terms Catholic values and servant leadership as they relate to our mission and goals. We refer to our...

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SHU professor reflects on the late Darryl Dawkins
Sep09

SHU professor reflects on the late Darryl Dawkins

The year was 1984. The protocol for patient visitation at the University of Medicine and Dentistry (UMDNJ) in Newark was to register and wait for visitor’s pass. Traditional accompaniments during a visitation could include reading materials, flowers, candy or some other delicate dainty. However, on this particular visit the request was for 20 pieces of Popeyes Fried Chicken, biscuits, mashed potatoes, rice and more. This request might...

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SHUFLY driver congratulates Class of 2015
May21

SHUFLY driver congratulates Class of 2015

  To the Students and Faculty members of Seton Hall University, I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the Class of 2015. It has been a pleasure to have been a part of your life these past eight months.  All of you have made me think about what I took for granted when I was in high school, especially what a degree means to you.  To the returning students, hope to see you soon in September.  Also to the new...

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Professor shares first semester experience
May12

Professor shares first semester experience

According to Confucius, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Now as we wrap up the semester, the first one for me at Seton Hall University, I am certain that I most certainly will not have to work a single day teaching at Seton Hall University. I will simply be enjoying the process of educating my students and sharing my culture with them. As I began my career here at the Department of...

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Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Michael R. Martino

Life is marked with moments of notable transition. Some leave a lasting impression, some pass without notice. For the college senior and their supportive families, the pomp and circumstance of graduation marks a significant launching point. Traditionally the graduation day includes a passionate address of wisdom and encouragement delivered by a respected, accomplished and thoughtful orator. Universities generally give great thought to...

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Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Bradley Morley

I am confident that I speak for the majority of the senior class when I say that having student speakers at our commencement is a cop-out. Though I can’t say that I am aware of any fiscal difficulties on Seton Hall’s part, it seems that would be the only legitimate excuse of choosing a student speaker in lieu of the more traditional choice: an influential public figure from whom we may learn something. At the very least, Seton Hall...

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Letter to the Editor: Community shares thoughts on commencement

Mary Migton

Seton Hall’s decision to forgo a keynote speaker at this year’s graduation ceremony is a great disservice to the Class of 2015. I have attended Seton Hall’s graduation ceremonies for the past several years to see my friends graduate. One of my favorite things about Seton Hall is our diversity. This campus is brimming with people of all different races. My goal for May 2015 was to obtain an intelligent, racially diverse person who...

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Letter to the Editor: When patriotism rests on racism
Apr15

Letter to the Editor: When patriotism rests on racism

In the last edition of the Setonian, a student presented an opinion piece on a recent proposed flag-ban at the University of California, Irvine. Despite the fact that the ban was meant to extend to all national flags, in order to combat the ever-present force of nationalism, this student took particular offense at the idea of lowering the American flag. Now, the parameters of the debate aside, it seems that this Setonian’s article was...

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Feminist display offends sanctity of the individual soul

Letter to the Editor

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Gov. Christie wrong decision for commencement speaker

Letter to the Editor

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South Orange resident thankful for return of stolen property

Letters to the Editor

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