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,...

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Treasurer Jovita Carranza? Okay, now we’re talking
Apr11

Treasurer Jovita Carranza? Okay, now we’re talking

Seniors! We did it! We complained so much that we actually got SHU to listen. We will officially have a commencement speaker in May: U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza. Alright, so we actually can’t take all the credit for this. Complaining only gets you so far – someone needs to be on the other end to listen and actually implement change. So we’re going to do something in this week’s ‘The Voice’ that we don’t typically do that often....

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Sharp-shooting Seton Hall downs St. John’s on New Year’s Eve
Dec31

Sharp-shooting Seton Hall downs St. John’s on New Year’s Eve

Basketball is known as a game of runs, and Sunday evening’s clash between the Seton Hall Pirates and St. John’s Red Storm was the epitome of that, with a handful of runs from both teams. In the end, though, Seton Hall was able to outlast the short-handed Red Storm inside the Prudential Center by a final score of 75-70. Thanks to a standout performance from Khadeen Carrington, who led all scorers with 24 points, a 23-point game from...

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Bullpen’s consistency key to Pirates’ pitching success
Apr05

Bullpen’s consistency key to Pirates’ pitching success

Bullpens often get overlooked, but Seton Hall’s has been a key to the Pirates’ success. Coming into the year, most expected the starting trio of Shane McCarthy, Zach Prendergast and Cullen Dana to carry the Pirates’ pitching staff. While they have improved as of late, it has been the bullpen that has really shined thus far. In comparison to the 2016 season, the three starters’ combined ERA has risen from 3.00 to 4.43 while the...

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UConn women’s dominance goes beyond talent
Apr05

UConn women’s dominance goes beyond talent

On March 31, the greatest winning streak in sports history ended when Mississippi State defeated UConn’s women’s basketball team in overtime, 66-64. For the first time in 111 games, the UConn women’s basketball team faced reality. The reality was that even the Huskies are human. The players and fans will surely dwell on the loss and the thoughts of what could have been. However, one loss should not overshadow the dominance and grip...

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Poetic Pirate writes of cancer battle
Jan19

Poetic Pirate writes of cancer battle

Vee Gaspa, a sophomore undeclared major interested in creative theatre and art, is already trying to accomplish something many have only dreamed, to get her poetry collection published as a book. She is forgoing the process of appealing to amateur publishers that help new writers and going straight to the major publishers. Gaspa was inspired to write poetry from her life, using her experiences of surviving cancer at any early age. “I...

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Some students wishing for a longer break this holiday
Dec07

Some students wishing for a longer break this holiday

Seton Hall’s winter breaks have been getting shorter each year, to the concern of many students. SHU’s website says that finals end on Dec. 21 and the 2017 spring semester starts on Monday, Jan. 9. This means that winter break is 18 days long this year. However, next year finals end on Dec. 19 and spring 2018 classes start on Tuesday, Jan. 16. This amounts to a much longer 27-day break. Last year, the 2015 winter break was 19 days...

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Willard deserves credit for success
Mar17

Willard deserves credit for success

When the men’s basketball team defeated Villanova on Saturday night in the Big East Championship game at Madison Square Garden, one thing was certain: the team would be playing in the NCAA Tournament. Sharpie. It had been known since the team’s win over Xavier at the Prudential Center on Feb. 28 that the team would be playing well into March, but getting the Big East crown made it official. While the appearance is huge for the team,...

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