Inconsistency plagues volleyball in 2018
Dec06

Inconsistency plagues volleyball in 2018

Although sweeping DePaul, 3-0, in its final match of the season on Nov. 17, the Seton Hall volleyball team ended the year on a disappointing note. In a season filled with promise and high expectations, Allison Yaeger’s squad failed to qualify for the Big East Championship. The Pirates finished with a 10-20 record overall, including a measly 5-12 in conference play and 2-9 away from their home court. The team’s greatest downfall came...

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Concerned 44 provides update on negotiations
Dec06

Concerned 44 provides update on negotiations

The on-campus student activist group the Concerned 44 released a new statement on Nov. 19 providing an update on the state of negotiations between Seton Hall University Administration and the group’s list of five demands. The nine-page statement expressed numerous grievances with the current state of negotiations and the current state of their demands, namely “vague” and “non-committal” responses from University administrations rather...

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Students rock a capella at Radio City show
Dec05

Students rock a capella at Radio City show

The Gentleman of the Hall and Pretty Sharp opened the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Dec. 1. The groups joined together to perform “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and Pentatonix’s version of “Hallelujah” onstage. Sean Davis, a sophomore pre-science major, sang with the Gentlemen of the Hall, an all-male a capella group. He said the group rehearsed frequently, individually and as one,...

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Former student impacts gaming world
Dec05

Former student impacts gaming world

A Seton Hall student is turning her dream into a reality by becoming involved with the video game community as a professional video gamer. Meghan, who goes by Meg Kaylee online for privacy reasons, has built an empire in the gaming community through an online streaming service called Twitch. Kaylee said her online presence began on Instagram and YouTube, where she created gaming content and discovered a community that shared a focus...

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Comm and the Arts partners with Team Walker
Nov29

Comm and the Arts partners with Team Walker

The College of Communication and the Arts has partnered with the philanthropic organization, Team Walker to establish donation drives for the holiday season. Jerry Walker, an alumnus of the College of Communication and the Arts and co-founder of Team Walker, communicated with founding dean of the College Communication of Communication and the Arts Deirdre Yates earlier in the year to facilitate a collaboration with Seton Hall on...

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Seton Hall honors revered swimmer with memorial scholarship
Nov28

Seton Hall honors revered swimmer with memorial scholarship

She was everything what you wanted out of a student-athlete. Someone who was able to carry and represent the characteristics of an athletic program with dignity both during the season and the offseason. But above all she was an unforgettable person with an unforgettable personality. Maran Lougheed graduated from Seton Hall in 2002 as a student and a swimmer, and she eventually advanced her medical career to the point where she was...

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Latino frat builds connection to roots
Nov28

Latino frat builds connection to roots

The Upsilon Chapter of Lambda Theta Phi at Seton Hall currently has just three undergraduate members. However, despite its small size, the organization continues to thrive and spread its mission of advocating for and uniting Latino students. Adrian Orozco, a senior political science major and president of the organization, said, “Organizations like ours, whether it be a black or Latino Greek letter organization, they all have a...

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Thelen reflects on her Seton Hall career
Nov28

Thelen reflects on her Seton Hall career

Volleyball senior Abby Thelen was named to the All-Big East First Team for the second consecutive year last week. While the honor shows what Thelen has meant to Seton Hall, it is only a small part of her impact on the program. Thelen is one of only six players in Seton Hall history with over 1,300 career kills, while also ranking fifth in school history in attacks with more than 3,500. On the defensive end, she made her impact by...

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Seton Hall students react to midterm election results
Nov15

Seton Hall students react to midterm election results

The midterm elections were on Tuesday, November 6 and for many, the election can redefine the political climate of the nation for the coming years. At the end of a stressful period of ballots being sent in and counted, Republicans won a majority in the Senate with a total of fifty-one to forty-seven while Democrats won a majority in the House of Representatives with a total of 229 to 198. The election not only signaled a change in the...

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Seniors strategize for job search, looking ahead
Nov14

Seniors strategize for job search, looking ahead

A common problem facing seniors is finding a job after graduation and how they should go about job searching. Career Center Assistant Director Gina Hernandez has spoken with many seniors about their job searching strategies. One of the big questions is when to start applying to jobs. Hernandez said that depending on the student’s graduation date, “it’s good at the start of that semester to at least begin your search.” For example, she...

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SHU looks to SGA to build trust
Nov14

SHU looks to SGA to build trust

The Student Government Association (SGA) President Rishi Shah and Vice President Darby DeBonis have now served in office for more than 220 days. Shah, a junior finance, management and philosophy major, wrote in an email that being the president of SGA has been the most rewarding, humbling and exciting part of his college career. “I have had the privilege of meeting so many people and connecting with many different communities that I...

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Pirates take sobering lesson in loss to Nebraska
Nov14

Pirates take sobering lesson in loss to Nebraska

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team miraculously stayed close for most of its game against Nebraska on Nov. 14 but ultimately fell, 80-57. The Pirates once again relied on Myles Powell’s offensive prowess to drive the team. Powell came away with 15 of the team’s 27 first half points despite not hitting a single three-pointer. The team as a whole went 0-for-6 from three in the first half, exemplifying the inconsistency that plagued...

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