SHUcycle tree promotes proper recycling

The SHUcycle Christmas Tree Project unveiled its recycled Christmas tree on Dec. 3 at the annual Christmas tree lighting. The tree is an attempt to bring attention to proper recycling on campus. Students are encouraged to add plastic water bottles to empty spaces in the tree’s mesh. The tree’s foundation is made of bamboo harvested by the Permaculture Design class taught by Wanda Knapik at Windsong Farm, an organic farm in Warren...

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Student group work essential for professional education

Professors assign group work as an attempt to promote collaboration within the student body and teach students the importance of overcoming unexpected roadblocks when depending on others in a professional situation. Group projects can unfold in one of two ways. Students either work in a cohesive manner and contribute equally to the final product or the work is unbalanced because of different work ethics within the group and time spent...

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SAVE Team encourages SHU to take pledge

The University Sexual Assault and Violence Prevention (SAVE) Team have set up tables with computers outlining the “It’s On Us” Pledge, and invited everyone on campus to be part of the discussion and solution of sexual violence. The Pledge targets students determined to increase knowledge and prevention of sexual violence. The first “step” is awareness; being able to identify situations in which people are vulnerable. By signing the...

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Students campaign for sexual assault awareness

Some of Seton Hall’s most active organizations have begun a movement to promote education about sexual violence and its prevention. All fraternities, headed by Sigma Pi’s Altruistic Campus Experience (ACE) Project, the Student Government Association and Sexual Assault and Violence Education (SAVE), opened a campus-wide discussion on Monday, Oct. 20, to combat and uncover the truth about sexual violence on college campuses. The ACE...

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SHU looking for PNC replacement

At the closing of the last academic year, PNC Bank, Seton Hall’s primary personal banking system, decided to close its branch office in the cafeteria and remove the ATM from Xavier Hall because the machines were being underutilized. The moves were made in part because of the rising popularity of mobile banking. But since not everyone uses cell phones for banking, Seton Hall’s Department of Financial Services has searched for ways to...

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Climate march incites environmental passions

Climate justice advocates demonstrated a collective effort to raise awareness about the severity of climate change on Sunday, Sept. 21. Hundreds of thousands of determined participants gathered at the People’s Climate March in New York City, the largest assemblage for action against climate change in history. Participants marched from 82nd to 34th Street, some chanting things like “system change, not climate change” and waving...

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Career fair promotes networking on several levels

Students of all majors attended the Fall Career Fair on Sept. 18 to network with potential employers and get a hands-on experience rather than relying on e-mails. Since 2009, the fair has provided Seton Hall Students with opportunities to become acquainted with the heads of dozens of companies. This year over 80 companies were in attendance, a significant increase from previous years’ employer attendance. Participants in the fair and...

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