College students should be required to be registered to vote
Sep26

College students should be required to be registered to vote

When I turned 18 years old, I could buy lottery tickets, get my adult license and finally register to vote. Since then, I have voted in every election – even the primaries. I even vote in all of the Student Government Association (SGA) elections. I find it exciting to have my vote count because I know how it feels to not have your voice heard or perspective cared about. Not all college students share the same excitement. Less than...

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Modern language majors aim for fluency, not just good grades
Apr05

Modern language majors aim for fluency, not just good grades

Learning a language is no easy task. So balancing a new language at college, along with the other core requirements that are already overwhelming is quite a task. For modern language students here at Seton Hall University, it is an everyday reality. For an Asian Studies major, a 24 credit requirement from the language department has to be met in order to graduate from the University. While she doesn’t think it is hard to pass the...

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Professors awarded at spring reception
Apr05

Professors awarded at spring reception

At the fifth annual College of Education and Human Services Spring Alumni Reception & Awards ceremony on March 14, The College of Education and Human Services and the Department of Alumni Relations honored Donnell Pierre, graduate of the Psychological Studies program and Dr. Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, associate professor and director of the Center for College Readiness in the Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy....

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Try not to forget what this warm February weather entails
Feb22

Try not to forget what this warm February weather entails

Feb. 21, five days after a snowstorm, the weather forecast is partly sunny with a high of 78 degrees. As cheerful as the atmosphere of the Seton Hall Green is when the weather is nice, with people lounging on blankets and playing Frisbee, the reason behind such mild weather calls for a great deal of concern. Our world is changing for the worst and the damage may be irreversible. Campus certainly is not the only place experiencing an...

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Seton Hall fall in bittersweet Senior Night send-off
Nov19

Seton Hall fall in bittersweet Senior Night send-off

South Orange, N.J – The Seton Hall women’s volleyball team fell to the Xavier Musketeers on Senior Night in a hard-fought five-set loss. The fourth-place Wildcats of Villanova had already won earlier on in the day, meaning the Pirates were regardless of win-or-loss, destined to finish the regular season one place shy of cracking the top four and securing a berth in the Big East tournament. The first set of the game was the most...

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GroupMe chat designed to feed the hungry shut down
Nov16

GroupMe chat designed to feed the hungry shut down

Violet Reed, the vice president of the Student Government Association created the GroupMe chat, “Free Food at SHU.” The groupchat was created to help alleviate food waste on campus while also feeding hungry students. However, the GroupMe was terminated shortly after its creation. Many clubs and organizations throw away good food after an event was hosted because they do not know what else to do with the leftovers. Reed, and other...

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Letter to the Editor
Oct23

Letter to the Editor

I am writing this letter in response to an article featured in The Setonian under the Through Our Eyes section regarding the coverage of the Jemele Hill controversy at ESPN. The article written through the worldview of one individual fails to understand the viewpoints of others. The author quickly admonishes the action a black woman, but fails to do the same with President Trump, a white man. The President has espoused claims that are...

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South Orange restaurant only hires SHU students
Mar30

South Orange restaurant only hires SHU students

Walia, a cozy Ethiopian restaurant located in the business and cultural center of the village of South Orange, opned in February 2013. Named after Walia, an endangered species of the ibex family found only in the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia, the restaurant serves a variety of dishes, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian, rich with traditional Ethiopian flavors. Like many habits, the pursuit of authentic ethnic food can get expensive....

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Seton Hall men’s golf places sixth at Towson Spring Invitational
Mar28

Seton Hall men’s golf places sixth at Towson Spring Invitational

Seton Hall’s men’s golf team was able to fire in a score of 23 over at the Towson Spring Invitational this weekend, which was good for sixth place out of 22 teams in the field. Chris Yeom was the Pirate’s best golfer for the tournament. After shooting five over on Saturday, he fired back on Sunday shooting one over, and six over for the entire tournament. Alex Chalk and Gen Nagai both showed flashes of brilliance throughout the two...

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Letter: SGA senator reacts
Mar23

Letter: SGA senator reacts

Letter to the Editor To the Editor, On Feb. 13, the Editorial Board of The Diplomatic Envoy published an opinion piece criticizing the SGA Diplomacy Senators’ decision to abstain from a bill on undocumented immigrants. The Diplomatic Envoy had every right to criticize their elected senators with regards to this bill brought before the SGA senate. For the sake of transparency, let me tell you why I am writing to you today. The two and...

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Remaining available funds in SGA spring budget lower than last year
Mar01

Remaining available funds in SGA spring budget lower than last year

The Student Government Association’s (SGA) finance committee faces lower available funds in this year’s budget and a growing list of requests for assistance from clubs and organizations. The SGA’s finance committee receives $160,000 per year to be allocated to club budgets and to the several accounts within the SGA. Michael Roma, SGA finance committee member and a sophomore diplomacy, economics and finance major, said the appropriated...

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Seton Hall holds on over Cal to go 2-0 in Pearl Harbor Invitational
Dec07

Seton Hall holds on over Cal to go 2-0 in Pearl Harbor Invitational

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team (6-2) beat the California Golden Bears (7-1), 60-57, on Wednesday night to conclude each team’s Pearl Harbor Invitational trip. From the very beginning, it was a back-and-forth affair, as the teams had six ties and five lead changes in the first half alone. This trend continued for the duration of the game. The two teams got off to a hot start shooting. Seton Hall and Cal were shooting...

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