Women’s basketball in position to replace leading scorers
Nov07

Women’s basketball in position to replace leading scorers

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team lost its top three scorers from a year ago, and normally, this would be a terrible situation for any coach. Tony Bozzella, however, will have plenty of options, both from the outside and within, to look to this season. Last season, Donnaizha Fountain led the Pirates in scoring at over 15 points per game before she left. After her departure, it was up to JaQuan Jackson and Taylor Brown to carry...

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SHUNA offers debate and friendship

The Seton Hall United Nations Association (SHUNA) debates topics that address global issues, both historical and current, in a very similar fashion to actual United Nations committees. According to club members, SHUNA involves thorough research, intense collaboration and critical thinking skills executed through public speaking, writing and debating. The team competes with students from different universities in order to mimic the...

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Scholars look to enhance learning with tech
Apr05

Scholars look to enhance learning with tech

The HASTAC Scholars fellowship program has chosen three students to be a part of their program. Luis Alicea, Ashley Wilson and Robert Del Mauro will present their research proposals on April 11 in Space 154 of the Walsh Library. The Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) is an organization seeking to find inventive ways to introduce teaching and learning methods to students. The program is highly...

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Women’s soccer looks to 2018 with eye on young talent
Nov01

Women’s soccer looks to 2018 with eye on young talent

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team completed its season at home on Oct. 26, losing to Marquette by a final score of 2-0. The Pirates finished the year with a 0-12-5 record overall and a 0-6-3 record in the Big East. Despite not achieving the success the Pirates and head coach Rick Stainton would have preferred this season, the team still had some bright spots. Two of those came when the Pirates kicked off Big East play with two...

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International ties bring SHU tennis together
Sep27

International ties bring SHU tennis together

Seton Hall University is well known for its international footprint with more than 70 nations represented on campus. This is evident on the women’s tennis team, as the eight girls on the roster come from five different countries. With this initial barrier of language and background it would be easy to understand if the team struggled to cultivate chemistry, but for this year’s team, no such struggle exists. “Coming from different...

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With familiar faces gone, volleyball juniors are stepping up
Sep06

With familiar faces gone, volleyball juniors are stepping up

The Seton Hall volleyball team faced a tough road heading into the 2017 season, having lost the graduated the duo of libero Tessa Fournier and outside hitter Danielle Schroeder. But, after starting the season 4-2 it is clear this Pirates team is ready for the challenge. “Dani and Tessa brought a lot to this program,” head coach Allison Yaeger said. “They were kind of a one-two punch for the last couple of years. Losing them is a...

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Suspensions stifle chemistry for Seton Hall WBB
Nov30

Suspensions stifle chemistry for Seton Hall WBB

With three blowout losses in its last six games, Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team felt the impact of having four players serving suspensions. LaTecia Smith, JaQuan Jackson, Lubirdia Gordon and Jordan Molyneaux all had to miss time after each was given a three-game ban for violating unspecified NCAA rules, according to Seton Hall Athletics. Now completed, the suspensions were spread out, with two players sitting out a game at a...

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Chemistry lecture series dedicated to mentor, friend, advisor
Feb17

Chemistry lecture series dedicated to mentor, friend, advisor

The pursuit of knowledge and finding new ways to share its information is at the forefront for the Seton Hall University’s chemistry department. Every Tuesday, during the academic year, the department hosts a seminar series to showcase the latest research inside and outside of SHU. Nicholas Snow, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, said the seminar series is named after Rose Mercadante, who was the departmental secretary from...

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