Exchange program students and alumni live, learn, and teach in Japan
Oct19

Exchange program students and alumni live, learn, and teach in Japan

Ikebukuro, Japan is a district of Tokyo teeming with youth, spirit and culture and if you attend school there, according to Gerald Mattia, a senior Asian studies major, it is like living life in an anime. Ikebukuro is a neighborhood with countless places for entertainment and with shopping centers, arcades and even places like the Pokémon Center, there is hardly a lack of amusement. This past summer, Seton Hall students a year there...

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Men and women take first as cross country keeps on shining
Sep16

Men and women take first as cross country keeps on shining

Seton Hall’s cross-country team continued to run past the competition, finishing in first place at the NYIT Invitational for both the men’s and women’s races. With the win, the men were able to capture a third top-three finish on the season. In the 8K race that gave Seton Hall a meet victory, five Pirates finished in the top six, with nine placing in the top 14. Leading the swarm of Pirates was Jake Simon, who completed the near...

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Dancing in the streets: South Orange crossing guard entertains travelers
Nov16

Dancing in the streets: South Orange crossing guard entertains travelers

Bright and early Monday to Friday, Frank Bolger begins his day with a tap and a twist as he dances his way around Seton Hall’s main entrance, helping others cross the busy intersection. The crossing guard begins his shift at 7:30 a.m. and although he has only been there for about a year, Bolger said it has had positive impacts on his life, specifically his health. When he first started working as a crossing guard, Bolger walked around...

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