JESPY House jams for awareness
Sep19

JESPY House jams for awareness

Food, music and friendship brought the JESPY House community together during its first music festival for disabled performers on Sept. 16. Michael Preston, the event coordinator, said that the Disabled American Performer Festival is an event that celebrates the talents of the disabled and gives various performers a platform to show off their musical talents. “The ultimate goal is to the give the disabled community a voice, to fight...

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Get a piece of Italy at Giorgio’s Ristorante
Sep19

Get a piece of Italy at Giorgio’s Ristorante

Giorgio’s Ristorante is a family-owned and operated Italian eatery that has been in business in South Orange since 1989. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner menus as well as house specials. Brian Doyle, a sophomore creative writing major, said, “Out of what there is in South Orange, it’s probably some of the best Italian cuisine.” Giorgio’s offers a variety with more than 50 options on its dinner menu including soups, pasta and...

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Zeta Phi Beta sisters serve SHU community
Sep13

Zeta Phi Beta sisters serve SHU community

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., also known as the “Zetas,” is a sorority that has dedicated itself to serving the community for more than 19 years. The organization is part of the United Greek Council at Seton Hall. Monika Soto, a junior social work major, is the president of the Psi Pi chapter of Zeta Phi Beta. “It truly is an honor to be the president of the award-winning Psi Pi chapter,” Soto said “We have continuously set the...

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Seton Hall flags display new slogan
Sep12

Seton Hall flags display new slogan

During your first couple of weeks back on the campus grounds, you might have noticed the various “What Great Minds Can Do” signs placed all around, and you may have wondered about the significance or purpose of the signs. In hopes of attracting more undergraduate and graduate students who are driven and excel academically, while competing with other universities nationwide, the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has developed...

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Student dies in fall from parking deck
Sep12

Student dies in fall from parking deck

A Seton Hall student died on Tuesday afternoon after falling from the roof of the parking deck of the South Orange campus. South Orange Police said there is no evidence of foul play and an investigation is ongoing. Sarah Yenesel / Photography Editor The student was identified as Julian Myles Mislavsky, a 23-year-old senior from Morristown, N.J. According to his LinkedIn page, Mislavsky—known as Myles to his friends and family—was a...

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SHU aims to promote inclusion with new initiatives
Sep06

SHU aims to promote inclusion with new initiatives

Seton Hall is launching several new initiatives regarding inclusion “of every member of our [Seton Hall’s] community,” according to Dr. Karen Boroff, interim provost of Seton Hall. Over the summer, an email was sent to the university community detailing these initiatives. These include work on the University Core and University Life classes, workshops for faculty and the entire university community, and the creation of an Inclusion...

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Interim President Meehan to the class of 2022
Jun17

Interim President Meehan to the class of 2022

I am very pleased to welcome you to Seton Hall! You have chosen a University that stands on 162 years of educating students in mind, heart and spirit. As a member of our community, you will have the opportunity to achieve your academic, personal and professional goals. You will learn to engage the world as a servant leader, and to use your knowledge and skills to benefit the human family. Like you, I was once a new Setonian. I was...

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Seton Hall’s Sigma Pi chapter no longer recognized
Jun11

Seton Hall’s Sigma Pi chapter no longer recognized

Due to numerous infractions from Seton Hall’s Sigma Pi Fraternity, university administrators have revoked the chapter’s recognition. Seton Hall reflected Sigma Pi’s national leadership decision, which on April 24 declared the chapter closed. Before that decision, the chapter was to be on probation until spring 2019. According to Assistant Director of Leadership Development, Michael Davis, the Delta-Epsilon chapter of Sigma Pi violated...

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Students plug in to IT club on campus
Apr18

Students plug in to IT club on campus

There is a place for everyone at Seton Hall to express themselves in our campus community. Yet, sophomore Tori Giardina, an Information Technology Management and Marketing major, saw a vacancy in our community and decided to start the first IT Club on campus. “I’m motivated to start an IT Club because I’ve really developed an interest in IT, especially the past two years on campus taking classes, and I want to involve more people in...

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New assistant dean for leadership developement named
Apr11

New assistant dean for leadership developement named

Colleen Dallavalle will become Seton Hall’s new Assistant Dean of Students for Leadership Developement starting April 16. According to Dean Van Norman, associate vice president and dean of Students, the university advertised the position and it received 94 applications. The successful candidate needed to have a Master’s Degree and at least 3 to 5 years of experience working in Student Affairs in higher education. According to the...

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Kainoa Spenser returns to campus to deliver inspirational message
Mar28

Kainoa Spenser returns to campus to deliver inspirational message

Kainoa Spenser, a Pi Kappa Phi fraternity founding father whose life changed after being struck with a debilitating illness less than year ago, returned to Seton Hall on March 23 to share his inspirational story of survival. Students, faculty and Spenser’s family all gathered in the Jubilee Hall auditorium as Spenser discussed how he contracted the disease that almost killed him, his recovery process and where he is today. Spenser...

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Veterans use Army experience in the classroom
Mar22

Veterans use Army experience in the classroom

When imagining military veterans, people often tend to picture the stereotypical image of an older male. Yet, what they don’t realize is that many veterans have marched into classrooms around the country, trading their military fatigues and rifles for pens and essays. At Seton Hall, it’s no different. The Stillman School of Business accepted over ten percent of military veterans into its Masters in Business Administration class for...

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