Restaurant offers glimpse into Haitian culture
Nov28

Restaurant offers glimpse into Haitian culture

The Woulibam Restaurant is a family-owned eatery in Maplewood that serves Haitian and Caribbean Cuisine, which offers a unique perspective to the community, according to restaurant owners. The restaurant is owned by Marie Philemos and her family. “My mission for the restaurant is to really show all the different kinds of dishes that Haiti has to offer and our culture,” Philemos said. In line with the family’s mission, the restaurant...

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Students receive Fulbright Scholarship
Nov15

Students receive Fulbright Scholarship

Seton Hall University graduates Aidan Miller and Kylie Lan Tumiatti received Fulbright Scholarships due to their dedication and hard work aiming toward a better future. The Fulbright Program is the international exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government aimed toward building relationships between Americans and people from other countries. These relationships are built to help solve global challenges. The application process...

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Bob Ley’s cosmic journey to ESPN
Oct18

Bob Ley’s cosmic journey to ESPN

On the third floor of Walsh Library, there is a large glass display case tucked into a bare strip of wall that has not been occupied by shelves of books between the cubicles and bathroom. Inside it there are nine distinct soccer trophies, a golden boot, a two-page magazine story and the cover of the May 22, 1980 edition of Sports Illustrated. The cover of the magazine reads, “Soccer’s Super Scorer,” and below that, “Giorgio Chinaglia...

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Russian and Eastern Studies certificate opens doors
Oct04

Russian and Eastern Studies certificate opens doors

The Slavic Club informed students about the Russian and Eastern Studies certificate at a meeting on Sept. 27. Dr. Maxim Matusevich, the program director of the Russian and East European Studies program, explained the program and its benefits. According to its website, the program gives students an interdisciplinary training that will prepare them to pursue a lifelong career involving the region and culture of the subject. McKinley...

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Camp Bernie provides PAs with mentoring and experiences
Oct04

Camp Bernie provides PAs with mentoring and experiences

More than 48 Seton Hall students attended a retreat for inclusion training at Camp Bernie on Sept. 22 and 23, strengthening their leadership skills and bringing lessons to freshmen in University Life classes. Winston Roberts, the associate dean of students, said he believes that the weekend of exercises was beneficial for the whole Seton Hall student body in becoming a more accepting culture. “It’s a step,” Roberts said. “It’ll open...

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MSA spreads cultural awareness
Sep26

MSA spreads cultural awareness

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) at hosted their “Muslims Around the World” event in the Main Lounge on Sept. 24 to celebrate and spread awareness of the diversity of Muslims across the globe. The event was open to all students and featured traditional Muslim food from several different countries, as well as cultural performances. Some guests showed up dressed in traditional Muslim clothing to truly get into the spirit. MSA said...

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity
Sep19

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity

The Seton Hall Latino community is uniting to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with events beginning Sept. 15 and ending on Oct. 15. According to Stephanie Macias-Arlington, the executive director of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute, the Seton Hall Latino community came together to shape a truly inclusive and engaging set of events. She said student groups like Adelante, the official Latino organization on campus, and Greek Life...

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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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SHU year-round guide to exploring the city
Sep06

SHU year-round guide to exploring the city

Filled with culture, sports, music, theatre and more, New York City has something for everyone. Known for its close proximity to the city, Seton Hall is just less than an hour away by train. The South Orange station is only a 15 to 20-minute walk from campus and students can ride the SHUFLY to the train station. According to the New Jersey Transit website, an adult one-way train ticket to Penn Station in New York City is $7.25....

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Lindberg works overtime to achieve “the only option”: winning
Sep06

Lindberg works overtime to achieve “the only option”: winning

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. – Extra time, tie game, on a late night, the last Friday before the start of classes, surrounded by the forest and mountains of West Point, N.Y. In so many ways, it was the end of the line: the conclusion to the match, the culmination of a long day, the goodbye to vacation. But, it was in fact the start: the very beginning of a new era in Seton Hall men’s soccer. Following six tumultuous losing seasons under Gerson...

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Recruiting becomes a global endeavor for men’s golf
Sep06

Recruiting becomes a global endeavor for men’s golf

Played in over 200 countries according to Forbes, golf has proven to be a global sport, and the Seton Hall men’s golf roster reflects just that. Four U.S. states, three foreign countries, and the Isle of Man are all represented on the current nine-man team. Recruiting all over the country and the world poses a unique challenge for college coaches, but Pirates head coach Clay White has found an excellent source of talent on an island...

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Pirates For Life speak out for their beliefs
May02

Pirates For Life speak out for their beliefs

For Gregory Lobo, a sophomore history major, the pro-life movement is personal. Lobo was born with spina bifida, a neurological condition. While his mom was pregnant with him, scans revealed that Lobo had a hole in his back, indicative of the disorder. When his parents went back for the next test, the radiologist said to them, “We already diagnosed this. Why haven’t you taken care of it?” Because other options for fetal treatment were...

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