Pirates win two games at Snowbird Classic
Mar18

Pirates win two games at Snowbird Classic

From March 12 to 16, the Seton Hall baseball team was in Port Charlotte, Fla. competing in the Snowbird Classic. Out of the five games that the team played, it won two of them. Heading out of the break, the team sits at a 3-12 record. The Pirates played Bucknell in their first game, winning by a convincing margin of 12-1. Brennan O’Neill started on the mound and pitched four scoreless innings, having seven strikeouts and only giving...

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Barracato using prior season’s lessons as building block for success
Mar06

Barracato using prior season’s lessons as building block for success

Softball is back in full swing for the 2019 season and Seton Hall currently holds a winning record after challenging openers against the likes of Lehigh and Saint Peter’s. Sophomore Janae Barracato, is one of the rising stars of the team and is in solid form at the start of her second collegiate season. After 13 games, she has provided her team with 10 runs, nine RBIs and a walk-off home run in a win over Lehigh at the end of...

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Q&A with Mark Maben, General Manager of WSOU
Mar06

Q&A with Mark Maben, General Manager of WSOU

Matt Ambrose recently sat down with Mark Maben, WSOU General Manager. The student-run radio station has been inducted into the Radio Rock Hall of Fame in 2018 and was awarded the Marconi Award in 2016 for the best Non-Commercial Radio Station of the Year.  Maben oversees the program and discussed notable moments throughout his tenure and focused on WSOU’s sports reporting. File Photo Matt Ambrose: How long have you been working at...

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How to make off-campus housing a home run
Mar06

How to make off-campus housing a home run

Seton Hall students gave advice on how to navigate through the decision process of finding the best fit for an off-campus apartment. Some students said that while this all may seem overwhelming, they have some tips when trying to find a place that fits. Jill Cancela/Staff Photographer Jordan Gasson, a sophomore occupational therapy major, said that when looking for an apartment he found that the best way to find one was talking with...

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Adams showing MLS development in the Bundesliga
Feb27

Adams showing MLS development in the Bundesliga

Former New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams joined RB Leipzig in January to further his career against some of the best soccer clubs in Europe. Young Americans do not have the best track record when it comes to moving from Major League Soccer to a European league, but the Wappinger Falls, N.Y., native is on course to help redirect that trend upwards. Since January, Adams has appeared in six of the seven matches RB Leipzig has...

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Take care of your mental health first
Feb27

Take care of your mental health first

It’s nearing midterm time, Pirates. You know what that means! All-nighters, countless deadlines, and sometimes a feeling like you’re not good enough. We at The Setonian know personally that the pressure to be the best and constantly striving to do better can takes its toll. With a shaky job market waiting to greet us after graduation and tens of thousands in student loans, the pressure to craft the perfect resume is heavier now more...

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Pirates fall to nationally ranked Marquette on Senior Day
Feb18

Pirates fall to nationally ranked Marquette on Senior Day

Facing a nationally ranked opponent in college sports is always a daunting task, but doing it without your best player is a seemingly insurmountable obstacle. Such a situation was faced by the Seton Hall women’s basketball team on Sunday afternoon, playing against No. 8 Marquette without Shadeen Samuels. Ultimately, the Pirates suffered a 109-63 loss at Walsh Gymnasium on Senior Day. Desiree Elmore and Inja Butina were bright spots on...

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Men’s Golf uses winter to strengthen camaraderie
Feb06

Men’s Golf uses winter to strengthen camaraderie

During the frigid temperatures of December and early January, the Seton Hall men’s golf team was faced with the difficult task of finding where to play 18 holes under comfortable conditions. While sophomore Andres Acevedo and freshman Deven Ramachandran relished the opportunities of playing in Texas and the warm Bay Area breezes, other golfers decided to use the extended break to play as a group. Senior Gen Nagai, who won the...

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Spring Festival brings good fortune for the new year
Feb06

Spring Festival brings good fortune for the new year

Chinese and Taiwanese students at Seton Hall shared how they celebrated the Spring Festival for the Chinese New Year on Feb. 5. Photo via Wikimedia Commons Ni Hsin Yang, a junior nursing major, said she originally hails from Taiwan and usually goes to her grandparents’ house along with other family members. “We all sit at a round table to have dinner because it means reunion,” Ni Hsin said. “When I was a child, my dad and my cousins...

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University sends out computer survey
Feb06

University sends out computer survey

The Mobile Computing Task Force sent out a survey last week, in order to determine how the University should proceed in modifying the mobile computing program. Adrian Chavez/ Staff Photographer The survey was sent via email and asked students from all majors to share their opinion on the matter, stating that they had intent to change the laptop program in the University. “Before making any decisions we want to learn more about your...

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Men’s soccer adds three midfield transfers
Feb06

Men’s soccer adds three midfield transfers

To kick off 2019, the men’s soccer program is beginning to bolster its roster for the upcoming season. Andreas Lindberg continued his fierce recruitment campaign, adding Vittorio Argeri, Ramez Bakhtari and Ferdinand Solberg to his roster. The trio will work with the team throughout the spring and then join game action in the fall. Argeri is the most familiar face to Lindberg, as he spent the 2017 under his guard at LIU Post. A native...

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Family vibe unites softball team ahead of challenging new season
Feb06

Family vibe unites softball team ahead of challenging new season

An air of excitement resonates throughout head coach Paige Smith’s office as the upcoming softball season approaches. Everyone in her office is working just as hard in the build up to the first game as the players and coaches are on the field. Even at 11:30 a.m. on a Friday, players were hard at work in the batting cages below Smith’s office with a trip to Las Vegas for the 2019 Marucci Desert Classic looming. “We’re excited about...

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