Did you go apple picking with SAB? Here’s some recipes to try out:
Oct14

Did you go apple picking with SAB? Here’s some recipes to try out:

As the leaves begin to fall and cool weather starts to kick in, the Seton Hall Student Activities Board (SAB) started off the month of October by hosting a travel event to Demarest Farms. Over 40 students participated in the apple picking event on the warm, breezy Sunday. According to Emma Tobin, a sophomore diplomacy and international relations major, students had the opportunity to attend the petting zoo, pick apples in the orchard...

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Students dive into philanthropy at Polar Plunge
Mar01

Students dive into philanthropy at Polar Plunge

February in New Jersey usually consists of snow, Snuggies, and staying indoors with a hot cup of cocoa. However, one event breaks this stereotype every February and brings thousands of people outside – to the beach. On Saturday, Feb. 25, Seton Hall students, among thousands of other New Jersey residents and visitors, participated in the 24th Annual Polar Bear Plunge at 1 p.m., in Seaside Heights, NJ. The Polar Plunge raises money and...

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The World Cup should not expand its team format
Nov16

The World Cup should not expand its team format

The phrase ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ could certainly be applied when it comes to some of soccer’s biggest international tournaments. Take the UEFA European Championship for example; a tournament held every four years, comprised of solely European national teams, in a World Cup style format. From 1996 until this year, the tournament had been made up of the perfectly symmetrical number of 16 teams. The tournament had four groups...

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