We don’t care about when you were ‘our age’
Apr25

We don’t care about when you were ‘our age’

Millennials and post-millennials, also called Generation Z, get a bad rep, one they don’t deserve. As members of these generations, the members of The Setonian eboard know a little about the subject. Older generations have called us “special snowflakes” who complain too much and need to grow up. The truth is that we aren’t complaining. We are simply voicing our opinions and demanding change for a better society. Younger generations...

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Senior column: It is never too late to do a 180
Apr25

Senior column: It is never too late to do a 180

I went to a high school that molded engineers, and my class was filled with some of the smartest math and science students in New Jersey. I loved math throughout my school years, but liked it less as I got older. It became harder for me to picture being in math and science for the rest of my life.   I had taken just two communications classes throughout high school outside English courses, and those two classes opened my eyes to a...

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Hasta la vista, Seton Hall School of Medicine
Apr18

Hasta la vista, Seton Hall School of Medicine

With the way Seton Hall was publicizing the success of the new Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, you’d think things were going swell for the newly accredited school. So it’s safe to say that the announcement that SHU will no longer be funding the medical school came as a shock to many in the university community – especially to the students in the College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences, who will...

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Senior column: ‘Smile because it happened’
Apr18

Senior column: ‘Smile because it happened’

Some people claim that they chose their college because, “they knew in their heart,” or that, “it felt like home when they first stepped on campus.” That could not be any less true for me. Four years ago, as a 17-year-old high school senior, I had no idea what I wanted in a college. I had visited several colleges in the northeast, but I was indecisive and loved at least five or six of them. All I really knew was that I was interested...

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Samantha Todd elected as The Setonian’s next Editor-in-Chief
Apr11

Samantha Todd elected as The Setonian’s next Editor-in-Chief

The Setonian’s Editorial Board is pleased to announce that Samantha Todd has been named its next Editor-in-Chief. Todd is currently serving as The Setonian’s Managing Editor and is in her third year at Seton Hall. She also interned at The Bernardsville News and will be interning with the Echoes-Sentinel this summer. She has been an invaluable cog in The Setonian’s machine and knows the AP Stylebook like it’s the back of her hand. Todd...

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Treasurer Jovita Carranza? Okay, now we’re talking
Apr11

Treasurer Jovita Carranza? Okay, now we’re talking

Seniors! We did it! We complained so much that we actually got SHU to listen. We will officially have a commencement speaker in May: U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza. Alright, so we actually can’t take all the credit for this. Complaining only gets you so far – someone needs to be on the other end to listen and actually implement change. So we’re going to do something in this week’s ‘The Voice’ that we don’t typically do that often....

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Senior Column: Never be afraid to change the path to your passion
Apr05

Senior Column: Never be afraid to change the path to your passion

It is crazy to think how fast college flies by. I remember hearing my parents telling me, “enjoy it because college is the best four years of your life.” I feel like it was just yesterday I was sitting in the Boland cellar my freshman year, discussing with my mom what I should change my major to because psychology wasn’t my passion anymore. I never thought I’d be sitting here today preparing to graduate in a little over a month, with...

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So, Seton Hall…Are we getting a commencement speaker?
Apr05

So, Seton Hall…Are we getting a commencement speaker?

Ah, yes. It’s that time of year again. The birds are (not really) chirping. The weather is (not really) getting warmer. And Seton Hall has (not) announced a commencement speaker for the 2018 graduation ceremony. Please note the sarcasm. Commencement speakers have been a touchy subject for seniors at SHU the last few years. While some may think that having a keynote presentation at graduation is unnecessary, a vast majority believe...

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Social media can ruin careers – except the president’s
Mar29

Social media can ruin careers – except the president’s

Twitter has become a widely used social media platform, spreading news and memes to users alike. College professors and job experts are always quick to warn against acting immaturely or inappropriately on social media because it can impact your path to success in the future. However, it appears our president isn’t held to that same standard. On March 13, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that former Secretary of State Rex...

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Letter to the Editor
Mar17

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor of the Setonian: I am writing in response to the March 1, 2018 article you published about an experience that occurred at the South Orange Performing Arts Center, and to let your readership know what we have done since being made aware of the incident, and what we will be doing going forward. On Saturday, February 24, 2018, Ms. Rawda Abdelmenam, a Seton Hall student and South Orange community member, was asked by the...

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Letter to the Editor
Mar17

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editors, I write this letter in order to apologize to you, our students, for what is happening, happened, and will happen at Seton Hall University. As demonstrated in the College of Arts & Sciences faculty meeting on February 23rd concerning the “diversity” requirement, inherent to the forums on “Microaggressions” and “Privilege”, and has been reported to me on numerous occasions over the past several years, many members of...

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Letter to the editor:
Mar11

Letter to the editor:

Dear Editors, When I arrived at the University on Tuesday I was in the parking [deck] looking for a space. When I got to level 4 I saw a car on fire. I assumed that someone had already notified security. However I decided to call security anyway fully expecting to be told that the fire had already been reported. In fact, no one had reported the fire. Students and others just walked by the burning car without showing any concern even...

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