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...

Read More
S.O. restaurant blends heritage and cuisine
Sep06

S.O. restaurant blends heritage and cuisine

A South Orange restaurant is now adding some Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavor to the community. Located on the corner of South Orange Avenue and Prospect Street, Jackie and Son is an American-Mediterranean eatery and bakery with an espresso, coffee and juice bar. The restaurant, which opened on April 10, serves a variety of sandwiches and breakfast dishes. Several Seton Hall students said that the new eatery serves delicious...

Read More
SHU students should be required to visit CAPS
Sep06

SHU students should be required to visit CAPS

A lot of things have happened in my personal life since I started college. Family illnesses and the stress of my busy schedule led my mother to ask me if I wanted to go see a counselor. At first I was nervous, but then realized it was a good decision to speak to someone outside of my family and friends. Many students across the world and at SHU could also benefit from professional counseling, but they don’t have someone to give them...

Read More
SHU moves forward with caf renovations
Jun10

SHU moves forward with caf renovations

Seton Hall’s Pirate Dining Room is presently undergoing renovations to revamp its current layout and services. The Setonian previously reported that the Gourmet Dining Services (GDS) extended its hours from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. to better accommodate students. Alfred Frungillo, chief executive officer of Gourmet Dining, addressed future changes that students could expect, including a station for pre-ordered meals and more vegetarian...

Read More
Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency
Apr25

Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency

It is no secret that college students have a reputation for being broke. However, Vanessa Colmenares, a biochemistry, molecular biology and philosophy major, recently got involved with a new way to make money by investing in cryptocurrency through Forex. According to CoinTelegraph, cryptocurrency is “a digital or virtual currency designed to work as a medium of exchange.” Transactions are verified through the use of cryptography. They...

Read More
We don’t care about when you were ‘our age’
Apr25

We don’t care about when you were ‘our age’

Millennials and post-millennials, also called Generation Z, get a bad rep, one they don’t deserve. As members of these generations, the members of The Setonian eboard know a little about the subject. Older generations have called us “special snowflakes” who complain too much and need to grow up. The truth is that we aren’t complaining. We are simply voicing our opinions and demanding change for a better society. Younger generations...

Read More
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,...

Read More
5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall
Apr18

5 activities for a sunny day at the Hall

As the weather begins to clear (hopefully) and we look to switch our wardrobes from heavy winter coats to T-shirts and tank tops, Seton Hall offers its students some of the best attractions and events to take advantage of the beautiful weather. To kick off the spring season, here are a few activities you can do to make the best of the rising temperature. Rock out at the SAB spring concert One event that Seton Hall students look...

Read More
Psychologist discusses management of emotions
Apr11

Psychologist discusses management of emotions

Dr. Deborah Joffe Ellis, the wife of psychologist Albert Ellis, visited Seton Hall on April 6 to discuss her late husband’s foundational work, called Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). REBT is a cognitive therapeutic approach that explains how a person’s emotions can be handled based on his or her thinking. Ellis said that she came to Seton Hall to talk about REBT because it has been her mission to continue her husband’s work...

Read More

Don’t be mad at the Financial Aid Office, be mad at the DOE

It is no secret that students were concerned after Seton Hall’s Financial Aid Office announced a new attendance confirmation process for the 2018 spring semester. Gone are the days of students verifying their own attendance for their classes. That is now dependent on the professors, as is the distribution of students’ federal aid money. When it comes to financial aid, college students are going to react emotionally. It is...

Read More
For the price we pay, our food should be better
Feb08

For the price we pay, our food should be better

Living on campus, many college students are limited to what they can eat, choosing from only the food in the dining hall or the few other options on campus, like Dunkin’ Donuts or the Pirate’s Cove. The food choices students have are not always the healthiest, either. In college cafeterias, many options are available, however, many choose the pizza, fries and cookies over the salad bar. Universities need to do a better job of...

Read More
Students call senators to show support of DACA
Feb08

Students call senators to show support of DACA

On Feb. 1, universities across the nation designated the day as National Dreamer Call-In Day. The day expressed solidarity with college students who might be affected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Seton Hall was on a list of participating schools including Fordham University, Kean University, Duke University and others. Students were able to visit the Student Government Association (SGA) office on Thursday and...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest