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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Harvard professor discusses race relations on campus
Apr25

Harvard professor discusses race relations on campus

On April 19, Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad, professor of history, race and public policy at The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University spoke at Seton Hall. His lecture, which was entitled “Beyond Diversity: Anti-Racism and the Struggle for American Democracy,” explored “the function of systems within American democracy,” such as systemic racism and its relationship in today’s culture. Muhammad discussed everything...

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Treatment of cheerleaders  illustrates sexism in NFL
Apr11

Treatment of cheerleaders illustrates sexism in NFL

It is no secret that gender inequality is a common issue in American society, especially in the workplace. This issue is not limited to certain industries, including sports, where professional leagues like the NFL are on the forefront of culture. On March 25, The New York Times released a story detailing the firing of New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis. Davis claims she was fired for posting a picture of herself in a...

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The British Boys: Bond and history behind the men’s golf trio
Apr04

The British Boys: Bond and history behind the men’s golf trio

Every good group has a nickname, and the British trio that makes up nearly half of the Seton Hall men’s golf team is no different. “The British Boys,” as they are called, consists of sophomores Alex McAuley and Alex Chalk, from Douglas, Isle of Man and Castle Douglas, Scotland, in addition to freshman Gregor Tait from Martlesham Heath, England. Before they crossed the pond to play golf at the Hall, they were familiar with one another...

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K Kakes Cakery offers Jamaican taste
Apr04

K Kakes Cakery offers Jamaican taste

South Orange’s food options include Thai, Ethiopian, Japanese, Italian, Indian and Mexican cuisine. A new Jamaican eatery is now adding a little Caribbean flavor to the Village. K Kakes Cakery is a full-service cafe and bakery that specializes in Jamaican baked products and American products with a Jamaican flair. Located in the Third and Valley apartment complex, the bakery offers a variety of Jamaican goods from plantain tarts and...

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New men’s soccer coach Andreas Lindberg putting pieces together
Mar21

New men’s soccer coach Andreas Lindberg putting pieces together

After a season in which the Seton Hall men’s soccer team finished 6-10-1, the Pirates entered an offseason of considerable change centered around the hiring of Andreas Lindberg as the team’s next head coach. With a new coach comes fresh perspective, meaning not only a change in culture around the program but also a change in style of play. “I like to play attack-minded soccer that’s attractive to watch,” Lindberg said. “Realistically,...

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SGA proposes continuous hours at GDS
Mar17

SGA proposes continuous hours at GDS

The Student Government Association senator at-large, Michelle Pan, and nursing senator, Megan O’Brien, met with chief executive officer of Gourmet Dining Services (GDS), Alfred Frungillo, to discuss extending dining hours for the Pirate Dining Room and the possibility of continuous dining. Both senators met with Frungillo to discuss the possibility of continuous dining, but according to Pan, the current kitchen arrangement does not...

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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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Arteaga’s hot start: How a ballerina from California made her way to Seton Hall
Feb22

Arteaga’s hot start: How a ballerina from California made her way to Seton Hall

Hailey Arteaga was not always destined to be a softball player, at least not according to her mom, Rebeca Cook. A gymnast, Cook never envisioned her daughter playing softball. She thought she would be a ballerina. “‘There’s no way [she will play softball],” Cook often remarked. “She’s going to be a ballet dancer.’” But it was Arteaga’s father, Michael, a former baseball player, who nudged his daughter toward a career in cleats and not...

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SHU’s School of Health and Medical Sciences partners internationally
Feb01

SHU’s School of Health and Medical Sciences partners internationally

Seton Hall’s School of Health and Medical Sciences (SHMS) is forming a partnership with both the Australian Catholic University in Sydney, Australia and the University of Canterbury – New Zealand in Christchurch, New Zealand. Dean of the School of Health and Medical Sciences, Brian Shulman, said in a telephone interview that the SHMS has “embarked on an international strategy” to provide students with the opportunity to study abroad....

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Anthropology majors explore the world
Jan25

Anthropology majors explore the world

If you ask about Michelle Prizzi, chances are her peers will say she is the aspiring anthropologist and go-to person on the subject. A senior anthropology major, Prizzi said she knew she wanted to pursue a career in the field since she was in high school. In high school, Prizzi interned at Rutherford Hall, a cultural center and museum in Allamuchy, N.J. There, she handled old World War II letters from Irish writer Norah Hoult, who...

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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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