E-cigarettes and vaping are still dangerous
Oct03

E-cigarettes and vaping are still dangerous

E-cigarettes and vaping have become popular among teens and college students. Some think that using an e-cigarette is healthier than smoking a regular cigarette. Regardless, using e-cigarettes and vaping still isn’t healthy. Recently, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that youth vaping is an “epidemic,” according to a September USA Today article. Since then, many have questioned the effect that e-cigarettes...

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Difficult women’s basketball slate finalized
Sep26

Difficult women’s basketball slate finalized

Last week, the remainder of the Seton Hall women’s basketball schedule was finalized. The Pirates will be itching to move on from and subsequently build upon a disappointing end to the 2017-18 season, a loss to Saint Joseph’s in the first round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. Despite an NIT bid, Seton Hall ended last season with an even 16-16 record. The roster has experienced significant turnover since then, but with...

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American League playoff race heating up

Heading into the final week of the Major League Baseball season, the New York Yankees find themselves in familiar territory. For the sixth time this decade, the Bombers will be playing in October. However, also for the sixth consecutive year, they have missed out on the American League East title. The Yankees got off to a blistering start in the 2018 season, par for the course given the city’s annual lofty expectations. For almost any...

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Pirates defeated in straight sets by Butler
Sep22

Pirates defeated in straight sets by Butler

The Seton Hall volleyball team was defeated by Butler, 3-0, on Friday evening, dropping the teams overall record to 5-10. The turning point of the contest occurred in the second set, as the Bulldogs called a timeout down 23-19, two points away from going into halftime with split sets. Butler, however, closed the gap quickly, putting up five unanswered points to take the lead at 24-23. The quick shift in momentum eventually won the set...

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Seton Hall community grieves student’s death
Sep12

Seton Hall community grieves student’s death

Dear Seton Hall community, On Tuesday, we experienced an unimaginable tragedy when one of our own Seton Hall students, 23-year-old senior Julian Myles Mislavsky, died after falling from the roof of the parking deck on the South Orange campus. Our hearts go out to Mislavsky’s family, friends and all those who loved and cared deeply about him. We are all shocked at the news of his passing and are in complete disbelief. This is a tough...

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Past & Present Serena comes out in U.S. Open fiasco

Since beginning her professional career in 1995, Serena Williams has been somewhat of an enigma. In the early days of her career, Williams was a fiery and unfiltered competitor. She would frequently berate officials and let her thoughts be known when she felt she was wronged on the court. Bursts of outrage in the 2004, ‘09 and ‘11 U.S. Open’s cemented Williams’ status as a dominant player who had a propensity for losing her cool....

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NFL penalties have gone too far

Nothing is quite like the first week of the NFL season. The sound of NFL Red Zone on the television, perhaps a party to start off the year. It’s the only time all season that each team has an equal shot at winning it all. Yes, even Browns fans have reason to be excited. However, there is one thing that can ruin the fun in any game – referees. Referees have always had an impact on the game. Nobody is perfect, so errors will undoubtedly...

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Renovations coming to McNulty summer 2018
May02

Renovations coming to McNulty summer 2018

After graduation, renovations are scheduled to be made to McNulty Hall and its amphitheater this summer. According to John Signorello, associate vice president of Facilities Engineering and Business Affairs, renovations will begin May 22 and will end August 17. Also known as the Science and Technology Center, McNulty Hall’s amphitheater is set to “receive new seating with power at each seat,” according to Signorello in an email. This...

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‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers
May02

‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers

The Seton Hall Theater Council has created its own version of a cabaret to highlight how different actors and actresses are able to perform unfamiliar songs. Tia Robbins, a junior theatre major and performer, said the “Miscast Cabaret” is a one-night event featuring Seton Hall students performing songs they would never be cast in because of age, gender, race, voice or body type. Robbins said the songs were all chosen by students and...

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Pirates carry over weekend success with another 11-run outburst
May01

Pirates carry over weekend success with another 11-run outburst

The Seton Hall baseball team continued its winning ways into the midweek, taking down out-of-conference opponent Saint Peter’s on Tuesday afternoon, 11-1, at Owen T. Carroll Field. After a scoreless first inning, Saint Peter’s struck first when Tom Campo’s ground-out to short brought in Peter Ferony, who tripled to right field the play before. Amanda Courtney/Staff Photographer The Pirates struck back, however, in the bottom half of...

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Pirates storm back in sixth, but fall in walk-off fashion
Apr20

Pirates storm back in sixth, but fall in walk-off fashion

The Seton Hall softball team fell short in its comeback effort on Thursday against Lehigh, as Mountain Hawks catcher Carolyn Wright slammed a two-run walk-off home run and handed the Pirates a 6-4 road loss. Seton Hall was held scoreless until the sixth inning, when the Pirates rallied and tied the game at 4-4, before Wright’s walk-off the next inning that ended the game. After the Pirates went down one-two-three to start the...

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5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall
Apr18

5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall

As the weather begins to clear (hopefully) and we look to switch our wardrobes from heavy winter coats to T-shirts and tank tops, Seton Hall offers its students some of the best attractions and events to take advantage of the beautiful weather. To kick off the spring season, here are a few activities you can do to make the best of the rising temperature. Rock out at the SAB spring concert One event that Seton Hall students look...

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