Neves: Keep Moving Forward
Sep14

Neves: Keep Moving Forward

My mother gave my father one demand before he stepped out of the delivery room to run to the store, ‘Make sure you are not late to your child’s birth’. Sure enough, my father ended up being late by a couple seconds as he ran to a nearby sporting goods store to grab me a soccer ball that I could hold onto as I was born. This little story is the epitome of how important soccer has been to me in my life, and how there are many moments in...

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Cadet defies language barriers in Senegal
Sep13

Cadet defies language barriers in Senegal

Casey Bischoff, a junior diplomacy major and ROTC cadet, traveled to Senegal in June to participate in an outreach program after being selected by the Cultural Understanding and Leadership Program (CULP.) According to Capt. Calvin Johnson, an assistant professor of military science in S3 operations, the application process for CULP was rigorous. Bischoff said that CULP is a highly competitive national program, in which 2,000 students...

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Seton Hall opens refueling station for student athletes
Sep06

Seton Hall opens refueling station for student athletes

This past summer, Seton Hall opened a refueling station for its student-athletes in the lower level of the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center. The station provides student-athletes with a convenient way to eat healthy between classes and practices, as they are constantly on the go from the crack of dawn. The summer was the perfect time for the refueling station project to get underway, as the department finally had the...

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SHU students explore study abroad opportunities
Jun11

SHU students explore study abroad opportunities

Many Seton Hall students and professors take advantage of the summer months to study abroad. Some will take part in study abroad programs headed to Italy and China among other places. Director of International Programs Maria Bouzas explained why students choose to study abroad. “Studying abroad allows students to gain new skills and experiences by going outside of their comfort zone. By living abroad for an extended period of time,...

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FIFA, for once, take ethical stand to stop another anti-LGBT World Cup
Apr18

FIFA, for once, take ethical stand to stop another anti-LGBT World Cup

International soccer has too often been marred with scandal, ranging from bribery to match-fixing to prejudice. The latter of those three is particularly ridiculous, considering that soccer is a game played by everyone. It is the beautiful game primarily for the wheel of color, variety of religions and different sexual orientations that all share a common-ground with a love of the sport. That beauty is threatened by one of only two...

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Student journeys to Moscow for foreign policy studies
Apr11

Student journeys to Moscow for foreign policy studies

Many students dream of studying a semester abroad. Whether it be in Europe, Australia or Asia, Seton Hall students have crossed multiple oceans to experience different cultures. Alexandro Granata, a junior diplomacy major, has spent the past two semesters studying abroad in Moscow, Russia. Granata has been studying at Moscow State Institute of International Relations, primarily focusing on advancing his studies on foreign policy. The...

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SHU students participate in March for Our Lives
Mar17

SHU students participate in March for Our Lives

Seton Hall students will participate in the March for Our Lives on Saturday, March 24 in New York City. The Student Government Association (SGA) is helping mobilize students to attend. March for Our Lives is a nationwide protest against gun violence. According to the March for Our Lives website, participants “will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority, and that we end gun violence in our schools...

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Protesting not considered in admissions process
Mar17

Protesting not considered in admissions process

On March 14, high school students around the country walked out of their classes at 10 a.m. for 17 minutes in remembrance of the 17 people who lost their lives in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla. Despite the movement by thousands of students, some schools like the Sayreville School District stated that those who participated in the walk out and left school grounds without permission would be...

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WSOU inducted into the Rock Radio Hall of Fame
Mar15

WSOU inducted into the Rock Radio Hall of Fame

On February 23, 2018, WSOU 89.5 FM, Seton Hall’s student-run radio station was inducted into the Rock Radio Hall of Fame during the Rock Radio Awards Ceremony. Established in 2014 by music industry veteran Steven Walker, the purpose of the Rock Radio Hall of Fame is to recognize and celebrate radio stations and individuals that have made a significant impact to the rock music culture. Since 2014, the Rock Radio Hall of Fame has...

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Golf’s cries have been answered, Tiger is back and competitive
Mar15

Golf’s cries have been answered, Tiger is back and competitive

Decades from now, every young golfer will only be able to hear and read about the legend of Eldrick Woods, the man universally known as “Tiger.” They will hear of his dominance: how he once won seven majors in a three-year span. They will hear of the fear he struck in opponents, how golfers regularly averaged higher scores out of pure intimidation of playing next to Tiger. They will also hear of his poise, how he won his first Masters...

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How a vacation sparked golf dreams for Gregor Tait
Mar01

How a vacation sparked golf dreams for Gregor Tait

Many people play golf on vacation, but few love it enough to devote nearly every day after returning to train and become one of the best young players in their country. Then again, most people are not Seton Hall freshman Gregor Tait. On Feb. 13, Tait became just the 11th Pirate to win an individual title, as the 20-year-old finished in first at the UNCG/Martin Downs Collegiate in Palm City, Fla. As the son of Scottish parents, Tait...

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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...

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