S.O. businesses donate to make an impact on hunger and homelessness
Nov10

S.O. businesses donate to make an impact on hunger and homelessness

Sadie’s boutique and Seton Hall’s Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) hosted a food drive on Nov. 4 to celebrate the purchase of South Orange’s Kitchen a la Mode, a kitchen supplies store. Catherine Fisher, the owner of Sadie’s and more recent owner of Kitchen a la Mode, hosts philanthropic donations every month and partnered with DOVE this month. “My mission when I opened my first store was to be ethical and philanthropic because we...

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Catholic studies receives grant
Nov08

Catholic studies receives grant

This week, in collaboration with Sacred Heart University and Seton Hall’s Catholic Studies department, both institutions have received a Lilly Grant for a conference that will be held at Sacred Heart in April 2020. The conference’s theme will be “The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Challenges and Opportunities for the Catholic University in the 21st Century.” Seton Hall’s Msgr. Liddy and Director of the Core Nancy Enright are...

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Starting over to get ahead: Media Day Q&A with Shadeen Samuels
Nov01

Starting over to get ahead: Media Day Q&A with Shadeen Samuels

NEW YORK – Women’s basketball forward Shadeen Samuels brought flowers to the Garden on Oct. 25. It was her first Big East Media Day, and the junior’s bubbling personality shined through at Madison Square Garden like her athleticism did inside Walsh Gymnasium last season. The versatile, 6-foot cornerstone of Tony Bozzella’s 2018-19 team was one of four players to take the train ride from South Orange to Penn Station, for the annual...

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Alum advice: Communication is key to business
Sep26

Alum advice: Communication is key to business

The Stillman School of Business’ Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will hold its 12th annual SHU Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Induction Dinner on Sept. 27. The event will honor and recognize three successful alumni who are entrepreneurs from across the country. Susan Scherreik, the director of the Center of Entrepreneurial Studies, described the inspiration behind this award. “The honorees serve as role models for our students to...

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Fall fashion takes over Seton Hall University
Sep19

Fall fashion takes over Seton Hall University

With sweater weather around the corner, fall is approaching and new fashion trends are developing. Seton Hall students shared some do’s and don’ts for fall fashion trends and a few “must-haves” for this season. Victoria Cardona, a junior finance and management major, listed some popular essential clothes and accessories for the fall and winter seasons. “Must-have clothes are blazers, big/chunky sweaters, black booties, silk skirts,...

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Experts weigh in on power of podcasts
Sep19

Experts weigh in on power of podcasts

On Sept. 13, the Maplewood Memorial Public Library hosted an event called “How Podcasting is Changing Radio,” which featured four panelists considered experts in the field, Julie Snyder, Lee Hernandez, Erik Diehn, and Tony Phillips. Each with their own respective experience in podcasting, the panelists consistently mentioned how podcasting has emerged as a large outlet for consumers in the media industry. A big topic discussed during...

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College students aren’t getting enough sleep
Sep19

College students aren’t getting enough sleep

College students have a lot of responsibilities. Trying to balance academic work, a social life and an internship or job can be stressful. It also is a main reason why many college students aren’t getting enough sleep. The National Sleep Foundation recommends seven to nine hours of sleep for young adults ages 18 to 25. Many students, however, aren’t reaching this target. On average, most college students get 6 to 6.9 hours of sleep...

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SAB gives students spotlight at Open Mic Night
Sep13

SAB gives students spotlight at Open Mic Night

The Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted its first Coffeehouse event of the year on Sept. 5 in the Pirate’s Cove. The “Open Mic Night” event gave students the opportunity to come up on stage and perform in front of their peers.    “We’ve been doing them for as long as I can remember,” said Coffeehouse Co-Chairman Allison Kroeger, a junior economics and finance major. Sarah Yenesel/ Photography Editor Scroll “We like to give students...

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NFL penalties have gone too far

Nothing is quite like the first week of the NFL season. The sound of NFL Red Zone on the television, perhaps a party to start off the year. It’s the only time all season that each team has an equal shot at winning it all. Yes, even Browns fans have reason to be excited. However, there is one thing that can ruin the fun in any game – referees. Referees have always had an impact on the game. Nobody is perfect, so errors will undoubtedly...

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SHU’s Class of 2018 celebrates graduation
May23

SHU’s Class of 2018 celebrates graduation

Seton Hall hosted its annual graduation ceremony at the Prudential Center on May 21st to honor its graduating class of 1,320 students. “You all look beautiful,” said Karen Boroff, interim provost, to Seton Hall’s class of 2018 during the 161st Baccalaureate Commencement Ceremony. Sarah Yenesel/Photography Editor The ceremony began with the annual singing of the National Anthem, led by graduating student, Angelie Fernandez. “First and...

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Mind Body Spirit Fest brings miniature horses to campus
Apr25

Mind Body Spirit Fest brings miniature horses to campus

Health Services held its second annual “Mind Body Spirit Fest” in the Living Room on April 25. Students received tips on how to de-stress before final exams and interacted with two miniature horses that came to visit. Health Services director Diane Lynch said in an email that the departments held this event last spring as a way to offer students the opportunity to have fun while picking up valuable tips on stress management and...

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Students do yoga for both credit and fun
Apr25

Students do yoga for both credit and fun

Seton Hall University offers a plethora of yoga-centric fitness classes, amongst others, at the Richie Regan Recreation Center for all students as well as in its academic curriculum. Shannon Reilly, a senior anthropology major and yoga instructor since 2015, commented on the lessons that yoga has taught her. “I’ve learned to be able to creatively express yourself truthfully, maintain playfulness for those potentially awkward moments,...

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