Senior Column: Stress transformed my senior year
Nov14

Senior Column: Stress transformed my senior year

For as long as I can remember, college has always been difficult. Being a first generation college student is one of the most stressful situations I have ever been placed in. Learning to navigate college without familial assistance has been very difficult. I originally thought college was going to be a 24-hour party, but instead it was as if adulthood slapped me across the face. By my second semester, it dawned on me that nobody was...

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Yeom setting records as he seeks professional career
Oct04

Yeom setting records as he seeks professional career

For most collegiate athletes, being named to your sport’s All-Conference Team represents one of the highest accolades one can obtain during a four-year career. It would be easy, then, for an athlete to rest on his or her laurels having reached that peak their junior year. Men’s golfer Chris Yeom, however, was just getting started. The senior from Flushing, N.Y., who was an all-Big East first team member last year, has taken his...

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SHU graduate students take on high level internships
Sep19

SHU graduate students take on high level internships

Graduate students in the School of Diplomacy and International Relations’ Master’s program are taking on high-level internships and preparing for their futures ahead of them. Erick Agbleke, a second-year graduate student in the program, was an intern in the state department for the U.S. Embassy in Lome, Togo in West Africa. He said the goal of the office is to push economic development and sustainability as well as to improve things...

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Neves: Keep Moving Forward
Sep14

Neves: Keep Moving Forward

My mother gave my father one demand before he stepped out of the delivery room to run to the store, ‘Make sure you are not late to your child’s birth’. Sure enough, my father ended up being late by a couple seconds as he ran to a nearby sporting goods store to grab me a soccer ball that I could hold onto as I was born. This little story is the epitome of how important soccer has been to me in my life, and how there are many moments in...

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Seton Hall flags display new slogan
Sep12

Seton Hall flags display new slogan

During your first couple of weeks back on the campus grounds, you might have noticed the various “What Great Minds Can Do” signs placed all around, and you may have wondered about the significance or purpose of the signs. In hopes of attracting more undergraduate and graduate students who are driven and excel academically, while competing with other universities nationwide, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has developed...

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SHU reflects on resolutions for the ‘new year’
Sep06

SHU reflects on resolutions for the ‘new year’

As a new academic year begins, so do many new challenges and personal goals. Seton Hall students discussed their resolutions for the new school year and how they plan achieve them. Cece Pateman, a sophomore speech language pathology and special elementary education major, discussed her plans to get through the new school year. With more challenging work ahead of her this semester, Pateman said emphasized the importance of time...

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Lindberg works overtime to achieve “the only option”: winning
Sep06

Lindberg works overtime to achieve “the only option”: winning

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Extra time, tie game, on a late night, the last Friday before the start of classes, surrounded by the forest and mountains of West Point, N.Y. In so many ways, it was the end of the line: the conclusion to the match, the culmination of a long day, the goodbye to vacation. But, it was in fact the start: the very beginning of a new era in Seton Hall men’s soccer. Following six tumultuous losing seasons under Gerson...

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Interim President Meehan to the class of 2022
Jun17

Interim President Meehan to the class of 2022

I am very pleased to welcome you to Seton Hall! You have chosen a University that stands on 162 years of educating students in mind, heart and spirit. As a member of our community, you will have the opportunity to achieve your academic, personal and professional goals. You will learn to engage the world as a servant leader, and to use your knowledge and skills to benefit the human family. Like you, I was once a new Setonian. I was...

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Carrington needed as a scorer for Pirates to achieve dreams
Mar01

Carrington needed as a scorer for Pirates to achieve dreams

Khadeen Carrington scampered down the court with the time ticking down in overtime on Feb. 24 at Madison Square Garden. When the senior guard grabbed hold of the rim and slammed the ball down through the hoop on a fast break, Seton Hall fans throughout the World’s Most Famous Arena erupted, as the team had won what had been a war of attrition with St. John’s. Carrington’s dazzling 22-point performance was the follow-up to another...

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Past motivations play into aspirations for Seton Hall’s Thelen
Oct25

Past motivations play into aspirations for Seton Hall’s Thelen

Abby Thelen began playing volleyball at the age of 12, participating on club teams in her native Fort Mitchell, Ky. The sport soon became her passion. However, volleyball served up its obstacles like the one delivered to her at age 14, when she was cut from her club team. Suddenly, Thelen was out of her element; off the court, and not liking it one bit. Instead of accepting defeat, Thelen used the experience to fuel her fire and...

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We’re here to report the truth, and nothing but the truth
Sep07

We’re here to report the truth, and nothing but the truth

Welcome back Seton Hall! With the new year ahead of us, we would like to take the time to thank you for your readership. The Setonian would be nothing if it weren’t for the students, faculty and administration at SHU. That being said, we would also like to reiterate our mission here on campus. As a journalistic organization, The Setonian is dedicated to one thing and one thing only: the truth. Though we are ‘only’ a college media...

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Prendergast no-no means Pirates a go for Big East Tournament
May15

Prendergast no-no means Pirates a go for Big East Tournament

  The Seton Hall baseball team earned a 1-0 victory over Big East rivals Villanova in game two of its double-header on Sunday with a historic no-hit performance from Seton Hall’s Zach Prendergast, one of many positives for a Pirates team that enjoyed a convincing three-game sweep of the home side in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. After two complete games were thrown in the days’ earlier seven-inning contest by Cullen Dana and Hunter Schryver,...

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