Students share tips to get through the rest of the semester
Apr05

Students share tips to get through the rest of the semester

With spring break and Easter break over, some students may be having difficulty finding inspiration to make the final push through the second half of the semester. To help those that are struggling, students are sharing their methods for surviving the second half of the semester. Surround yourself with support Many students feel they are in a better place and can handle more stress when they have people around them who they know will...

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Pirate’s Cove adds new items and improves old recipes
Oct19

Pirate’s Cove adds new items and improves old recipes

The Pirate’s Cove at Seton Hall University has recently undergone many changes. From the menu to the service, students, faculty, and visitors alike can have a new experience on campus. Cove staff member Farreed Ross highlighted some of the new menu items. “We added a lot more sandwiches and more drinks as well. There is the new super coffee, soups and salads, pastas, and vegetarian meals as well,” Reed said. Reed also noted that they...

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Campus ‘more receptive’ to eco-friendly initiatives
Oct05

Campus ‘more receptive’ to eco-friendly initiatives

With changes in the environment have come changes in the way that it is cared for and protected. Wanda Knapik, and environmental studies professor and creator and director of the campus garden and the students of the Ecology Club and Environmental Studies program have been striving to make SHU even more environmentally-conscious. Knapik explained in an email that she and her students have been making changes on campus for years....

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Simon, Rutkowski have Cross Country teams off to fast start
Sep13

Simon, Rutkowski have Cross Country teams off to fast start

The Seton Hall cross country team raised the bar in the season-opening Monmouth Kick-off. Led by Jake Simon on the men’s side and Christiana Rutkowski on the women’s, both placed second, one spot higher than their finishes in the same meet last year. After Monmouth, the Pirates traveled to Stony Brook, where both teams took part in the Wolfie Invitational. Again improving on last year, and again led by Rutkowski and Simon,...

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Pumpkin Spice: The male perspective
Sep30

Pumpkin Spice: The male perspective

The arrival of October signifies cool weather, scenic foliage and most importantly, the return of pumpkin spice. The autumnal piquancy that pours out of coffee shops seems to have a much larger female following as pumpkin spice is more recently associated with women customers. “I think it is kind of ridiculous to place or project a certain flavor on a particular gender,” Chad Navarro, junior nursing major said. Navarro added that he...

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