Healy entrenched as a leader for Seton Hall
Nov14

Healy entrenched as a leader for Seton Hall

For the third consecutive year Kaity Healy will be the captain of the Seton Hall women’s basketball team. Healy dubbed the accolade an “extreme honor” and is up for the challenge. Head coach Anthony Bozzella also spoke highly of Healy’s character and outgoing personality, which he said made her deserving of the captaincy yet again. “She has handled all the things a captain needs to do, not just ‘Let’s all get huddled up together’ or...

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Concerned 44 continues to protest at SHU
Nov01

Concerned 44 continues to protest at SHU

Seton Hall University Interim President Mary Meehan announced a revised set of responses to the Concerned 44’s demands on Tuesday afternoon after the University’s initial offers were rejected by the activist group over the weekend. The new response included “a commitment to search for a full-time English faculty member specializing in Latin American, Latino/a literature” as well as a pledge to hire a director for Africana studies,...

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The dark side of social media most don’t think about
Oct24

The dark side of social media most don’t think about

The number of people visiting a website by typing its name into a search engine is increasingly small. There are many back doors in the form of social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, that bring fans and consumers closer to the content they desire. While these outlets allow for engagement, the timelines of social media can often be a toxic, unhealthy place, even for people whose follower account would suggest they...

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Family aspect of swimming and diving helps provide a successful foundation
Oct18

Family aspect of swimming and diving helps provide a successful foundation

In the top-tier collegiate swimming and diving world, Seton Hall is a known commodity. Last season, the men’s team was able to repeat as Big East champions, capturing its second conference title in program history and earning 11 All-Big East selections in the process. The women’s team also had its highest finish in history, placing third in the conference while receiving nine All-Big East selections. The trend for both teams continues...

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E-cigarettes and vaping are still dangerous
Oct03

E-cigarettes and vaping are still dangerous

E-cigarettes and vaping have become popular among teens and college students. Some think that using an e-cigarette is healthier than smoking a regular cigarette. Regardless, using e-cigarettes and vaping still isn’t healthy. Recently, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said that youth vaping is an “epidemic,” according to a September USA Today article. Since then, many have questioned the effect that e-cigarettes...

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Alum advice: make sure you keep the ‘right people’
Apr25

Alum advice: make sure you keep the ‘right people’

A Criminal Justice major might say the best lesson they learned in college is the importance of evidence or a certain investigative principle. Seton Hall Alum Kristen Hardy (07’) kept it simple: she said the best lesson she learned at SHU was “the importance of keeping the right people around.” Hardy graduated with a B.A. in Criminal Justice, becoming a lawyer, and now working as a Compliance Counselor at Rockwell Automation in...

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NBA smart to be proactive in potential gambling onset
Feb28

NBA smart to be proactive in potential gambling onset

The movement toward legalized sports gambling continues to grow stronger, and the topic continues to grow more relevant as the Supreme Court deals with a New Jersey-based case on the matter. The reality of legal sports betting is slowly becoming imminent and the National Basketball Association has recognized this by taking a definitive stance in benefitting from it. In late January, the NBA testified and requested to a New York State...

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DOVE volunteers see need for change in Haiti
Feb01

DOVE volunteers see need for change in Haiti

Students and members of Seton Hall’s Division of Volunteer Services (DOVE) came home on Jan. 15 after a week-long mission trip to an orphanage in Haiti. Students went as part of the Releasing the DOVEs program. This trip marks DOVE’s return to the Maison Fortuné Orphanage Foundation in Hinche, Haiti, a year after the country was hit with a cholera outbreak as a result of Hurricane Matthew. DOVE has been sending students to Maison...

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Mass held on the 18th anniversary of Boland fire
Jan25

Mass held on the 18th anniversary of Boland fire

On Jan. 18, 2000, a disastrous fire broke out in Seton Hall’s Boland Hall dormitory. Officials stated that the fire began at 4:30 a.m. Residents confronted horror as they attempted to flee the burning building. The fire took the lives of three freshmen: Frank S. Caltabilota, John N. Giunta and Aaron C. Karol. This year marked the 18th anniversary of the fire. A memorial mass was held in remembrance of the young men. Around 50 people...

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Inja Butina emerging as key Pirates playmaker
Jan24

Inja Butina emerging as key Pirates playmaker

This season has been a roller coaster for Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team. After Taylor Brown went down with an injury and Donnaizha Fountain departed the program, Seton Hall quickly found itself without its two leading scorers and rebounders. With the team in the midst of a tough conference schedule, the Pirates needed someone to step up. So far, that person has been Inja Butina. The 5-foot-9 junior guard from Zagreb, Croatia...

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PR majors keep busy with classes, internships and clubs
Nov09

PR majors keep busy with classes, internships and clubs

While film and art majors have projects to work on, there is another program that keeps busy: public relations (PR). Public relations students have their hands full with internships, classes and other on-campus involvement. Senior public relations majors Brianna Bell and Lindsay McGowan are familiar with the busy life of a PR major. They both discussed how they balance the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA),...

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Delta Upsilon to colonize in Spring 2018
Oct26

Delta Upsilon to colonize in Spring 2018

Seton Hall University Greek life continues to grow with the recent invitation submitted to the Delta Upsilon fraternity to colonize on campus in the spring of 2018. Delta Upsilon will be the fifth organization in three years to join SHU’s Greek community, following the colonization of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority in the fall of 2014, the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity in the fall of 2015, the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority in the fall of 2016 and...

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