SHU gym acts as hub for social and wellness activity
Sep19

SHU gym acts as hub for social and wellness activity

The Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center offers a variety of classes and equipment for students to stay fit and active. The campus fitness center is famous for being the location of the Pirate statue, where it is known by SHU tradition for being a beacon of good luck for students who touch its foot. Kathy Matta, the senior associate athletics director, described the gym as the “center of social interaction.” She explained that...

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Students relate to Seton Hall patroness’ writings
Mar17

Students relate to Seton Hall patroness’ writings

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the patroness of Seton Hall, wrote a number of messages throughout her lifetime in journals and letters. These messages are said to resonate on campus to this day. Alan Delozier, the University archivist, said that the spirit of these messages in the texts honors Mother Seton, her name, the University’s name and the work and educational outreach that she did. “We deal with the overall spirit and message of...

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Open your eyes people, racism is far from dead
Oct19

Open your eyes people, racism is far from dead

Some may think that because it’s 2017 that it’s common sense to treat others with dignity and respect. Unfortunately that thought is wrong. There are now two open investigations regarding racially charged incidents that were aimed at students of Seton Hall. These incidents, an email and a social media post, happened within two weeks of each other and were both done in cowardice. The authors of the email and the post concealed...

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Land of the free, home of the semi-automatics
Oct05

Land of the free, home of the semi-automatics

It’s sickening that we had to scroll through our news feeds after waking up on Monday morning and read about yet another horrific mass shooting. The awful the Las Vegas massacre, which killed 58 people, was preceded by the Dallas sniper attack, the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting, the San Bernardino attack, the Aurora, Colorado massacre and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. These senseless acts of violence happened over the...

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Sexual assault policy may change across nation’s colleges
Sep14

Sexual assault policy may change across nation’s colleges

Colleges across the country could potentially see policy changes in how sexual assault cases are handled. This comes after Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she intends to rescind Title IX sexual assault guidelines. The President’s Office sent out an email on Sept. 13 regarding nondiscrimination and Title IX. The email included SHU’s Title IX statement and outlined what is prohibited under it. In the email, Interim President Dr....

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The Voice: Seeing right through Seton Hall’s lack of transparency
Apr19

The Voice: Seeing right through Seton Hall’s lack of transparency

The Voice The issue of transparency is creating a lot of buzz in the country right now. Like almost everything else relevant to today’s news cycle, that is because of President Donald Trump. With new and needed tax reform on the table, the commander-in-chief still refuses to release his own tax returns. There is also the fresher matter of the White House’s decision to keep visitor logs locked away, a break from practice under...

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SHU celebrates “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness”
Dec07

SHU celebrates “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness”

Seton Hall’s “12 Acts of Christmas Kindness” is an initiative that encourages students and faculty to perform 12 acts of kindness as the holidays approach. The movement was inspired by Hillary Sadlon (‘14), a former nursing student who performed 22 acts of kindness to celebrate turning 22 in 2013. She inspired the University to start this initiative, according to the Seton Hall website. The initiative also focuses on two current Seton...

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