New statue blessed on Seton Hall’s campus
Mar15

New statue blessed on Seton Hall’s campus

A new statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton has been erected in the lobby of Bethany Hall on Tuesday. This is the second statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton on campus, but the new statue’s placement will attract many viewers being located at the campus’ main entrance. This means that the statue which stands about three feet in height will be one of the first things that visitors notice about the campus. Father Brian Needles, director of campus...

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Keynote speaker unlikely with three ceremonies
Nov30

Keynote speaker unlikely with three ceremonies

Seton Hall’s Class of 2017 is torn between rage and indifference following the University’s tentative plan to once again forgo having a commencement speaker at this year’s graduation ceremony. In a recent interview with The Setonian, Dr. Joan Guetti, senior associate provost, said she understood that students are upset. However, she added, “There is a very practical situation that is involved here too. The more speeches we have, and...

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College Democrats encourage students to vote
Nov03

College Democrats encourage students to vote

The Seton Hall College Democrats are looking to help the SHU community get rid of pre-voting jitters by hosting a multitude of informative and thought-provoking events. Planned are various panel discussions, speakers and even special trips to our nation’s capital. The club’s most recent event was a debate hosted by the Unified Students Assembly with the rival Seton Hall College Republicans. These contentious times have not driven a...

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Christian Andersen’s “The Princess and the Pea” showing at SOPAC
Oct24

Christian Andersen’s “The Princess and the Pea” showing at SOPAC

The South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) is producing Hans Christian Andersen’s famous tale The Princess and the Pea, beginning Oct.15. This production is part of SOPAC’s Kids ‘N Family Performances series that works to promote learning, imagination, and creativity in young people. Their hope is that by exposing children to the magic of live performances early on, that they will foster a life-long passion for the arts. The...

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