Students share their worst classroom experiences
Feb01

Students share their worst classroom experiences

Seton Hall students discussed their classroom nightmares — situations that students would not want to encounter in class. However, for these students, their nightmares turned into realities. Andrea Orleanski, a freshman biology physical therapy major, has a total of about an hour commute to and from campus every day from Andover, N.J. She said that on the first day of her first semester at college, she had to miss her first class due...

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Tutors bring academics to the halls of residence buildings
Sep28

Tutors bring academics to the halls of residence buildings

While most students are aware of tutors in the Academic Resource Center, some may not know about Tutors in Residen. Tutors in Residence (TIRs) are students at Seton Hall who provide free tutoring in Aquinas and Boland Hall, and are Housing and Residence Life staff. Members of the TIRs provide tutoring for various subjects and classes, helping those who struggle understanding a concept or need more practice on a certain topic. Student...

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SHU students recognized as national role models
Nov30

SHU students recognized as national role models

Yvonne Pruitt, a junior theater major and peer adviser, alongside her continuous freshman mentor, Brandon Larmore, director of the Academic Resource Center and SHU alum (‘08), have been honored as National Role Models at Minority Access’ 17th Annual Conference. Pruitt is involved on-campus as a peer adviser and as a director of the Once in a Time of Trolls production earlier this semester in September. This conference was held in...

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