Journalists are under no obligation to apologize for reporting
Nov16

Journalists are under no obligation to apologize for reporting

On Nov. 12, it came to light that editors at Northwestern University’s independent student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern, apologized last Sunday for their coverage of student protesters. Photo via Wikipedia Commons The demonstrators were protesting an event hosted on campus by the College Republicans which featured former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The protesters, who were barred from attending the free event meant to focus...

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SGA plans to promote awareness on student elections
Nov15

SGA plans to promote awareness on student elections

Vice President of the Student Government Association Frank Mabalatan is beginning a new initiative with the SGA Senate Elections Committee this semester to promote awareness and encourage competition by bolstering participation in SGA elections to ensure the best leaders are representing the Seton Hall community. Mabalatan is the chair of the SGA Elections Committee, who are defining this as a marketing initiative rather than a way to...

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Powell’s monster game not enough for Seton Hall to knock off No. 3 Michigan State
Nov14

Powell’s monster game not enough for Seton Hall to knock off No. 3 Michigan State

Kiera Alexander/Photography Editor With the Prudential Center filled to capacity and rocking with the return of Myles Powell less than a week after he sprained his ankle against Stony Brook, the stage was set for Seton Hall to take home a potentially season-defining non-conference win in dramatic fashion. Unfortunately for the Pirates, it was simply not meant to be. Despite some heroic play from Powell, who finished with a season-high...

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Underappreciated McKnight sets the tone for Seton Hall
Nov14

Underappreciated McKnight sets the tone for Seton Hall

Seton Hall’s talent has the nation’s attention – the Pirates are ranked 12th in the country and Myles Powell is a preseason All-American. But while he won’t make the highlight reel, Seton Hall would not be where they are without Quincy McKnight at the point. Last year, while Powell grabbed the headlines, McKnight cemented himself as the anchor of Seton Hall’s resolute defensive front. The Sacred Heart transfer earned a reputation as...

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Guanaticos offers a taste of Costa Rican cuisine
Nov07

Guanaticos offers a taste of Costa Rican cuisine

Guanaticos, located on Irvington Avenue, is a family-owned restaurant that puts a Latin American twist on traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. Seton Hall students can dine in, take out or even have their food delivered to their dorm. The Villanueva family never expected to own a restaurant. However, the family decided to pursue this once they moved to the U.S. from Costa Rica three years ago. “It was never a dream to open...

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SHU ranked first for post-graduate employment among N.J. private schools
Nov07

SHU ranked first for post-graduate employment among N.J. private schools

When it comes to post-graduate employment, Seton Hall has been ranked No. 1 among New Jersey private schools, according to career resource aggregate Zippia. Overall, Seton Hall ranks No. 5 in New Jersey. File photo Zippia, a platform that helps recent graduates and others search for jobs directly associated with their major or a specific company, gathered data from College Scoreboard Data and IPEDS to build their list. With a 92.55%...

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Demanding doctor’s notes is classist and childish
Nov07

Demanding doctor’s notes is classist and childish

Listen up, professors. We all have respect for what you do. Teachers are some of the most dedicated, hardworking professionals in the world, and they deserve this respect and recognition. Aiming to educate and disseminate information to the younger generation is one of the most noble professions that exists. No one is denying that. Photo via Flickr It’s also no secret that there are good and bad professors, and I don’t just mean this...

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Analysis: Seton Hall’s season opener a tale of two halves defensively
Nov06

Analysis: Seton Hall’s season opener a tale of two halves defensively

Early season tune-ups like the one Seton Hall had against Wagner on Tuesday night are paramount when it comes to working out kinks before the level of competition heats up. In past years, the Pirates have used non-conference cupcake matchups to perfect their offensive sets and make their operation a seamless one. With ball dominant guards like Isaiah Whitehead, Khadeen Carrington and Myles Powell, focusing on ensuring the offense...

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First-ever South Asian dance competition to be held at Seton Hall this spring
Nov01

First-ever South Asian dance competition to be held at Seton Hall this spring

Correction: SHUSaba is not hosting the Muqabla competition. It is an independently operated event. Tripathi is the co-director of Muqabla and the co-captain of SHUSaba. Seton Hall’s Indian Fusion dance team, SHUSaba, will host its first-ever Indian Fusion Dance competition on March 28. “Muqabla” will be a South Asian Dance competition with teams from different universities. “We chose the name ‘Muqabla’ because ‘Muqabla’ in Hindi and...

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Period Movement Organization starts chapter at Seton Hall
Oct31

Period Movement Organization starts chapter at Seton Hall

A chapter of the Period Movement—a global youth advocacy group fighting to end period poverty and period stigma through “service, education, and advocacy,” according to their website—has been established at Seton Hall University. The organization’s mission is to distribute tampons, pads and menstrual cups, run educational workshops, educate people about menstruation and work towards systemic change and equality. Shimoli Parikh, a...

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We should get rid of the filibuster in today’s time
Oct30

We should get rid of the filibuster in today’s time

One of the biggest issues in America right now is how we deal with social issues, like LGBTQ rights and gun laws. Anyone can type a rant in 280 characters or less. It takes a different type of dedication to call legislators and force them to get a bill passed. I used to be uninformed when it came to politics because the jargon can be off-putting. Here we welcome the filibuster, an antiquated facet of our government that undoubtedly...

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ITA Regionals allow women’s tennis to prepare for spring season
Oct30

ITA Regionals allow women’s tennis to prepare for spring season

The fall season is almost over for the Seton Hall women’s tennis team with one final tournament to prepare them for the spring portion. The meat of the team’s schedule is from late January to mid-April, where the Pirates will play in 19 different matches, including the Big East Championship. The fall season serves more as a tune up for what is to come, but it is still important, as it shortens the offseason and makes sure that players...

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