SAB delivers Halloween fun at Fright Fest
Oct26

SAB delivers Halloween fun at Fright Fest

Students who participated in the Student Activities Board (SAB) bus trip to Six Flags Great Adventure during Fright Fest on Oct. 15 found themselves amid a horde of chainsaw wielding zombies and other scary monsters. Fright Fest is an annual Halloween festival that takes place at the amusement park in the evenings from mid-September to the end of October. Kendra Campbell, a sophomore sociology major and the SAB Coffee House co-chair,...

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Class of 2018’s Commencement venue confirmed
Oct19

Class of 2018’s Commencement venue confirmed

The 2018 Baccalaureate Commencement Ceremony will take place at the Prudential Center, according to an announcement from the Office of the Provost on Oct. 16. The email, which was sent to the University community, said that commencement will take place on Monday, May 21 at 9:00 a.m. at the Prudential Center in Newark, despite having taken place at the PNC Bank Arts Center last year due to booking complications. Bernadette McVey,...

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Poet Catherine Pierce shares her work with aspiring writers
Mar30

Poet Catherine Pierce shares her work with aspiring writers

On March 23, the English department held a night of Poetry-in-the-Round where poet Catherine Pierce came to share some of her poems. Pierce, a professor at Mississippi State, has written three collections of poems to date. In these collections, Pierce constructs a narrative that focuses on major themes. “Each of my books has had some sort of thematic thread, some more explicitly than others,” Pierce said. The main book that she read...

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EMT worker reflects on Hoboken train crash
Feb09

EMT worker reflects on Hoboken train crash

Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, a New Jersey Transit train crashed into the Hoboken Terminal, due to the engineer’s undiagnosed sleep disorder. The tragic accident, which resulted in more than 100 people injured and one dead, is what led Jeremy Garriga to the scene. “Before I got called on the scene for the Hoboken train crash, I had fallen asleep in my dorm studying for my first developmental psychology exam,” Garriga, a junior social and...

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Dear Seton Hall: We want a commencement speaker
Nov16

Dear Seton Hall: We want a commencement speaker

The Voice Dear Seton Hall, How’s it going? With the fall semester winding down, you seem to be behind on planning something rather important – graduation. As covered in this issue of The Setonian, no date has been set for the event yet. Some of us seniors are starting to worry. It looks like some scheduling conflicts are in the way – it’s not entirely your fault – but it would be nice if we had a date. Seniors want to look forward to...

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College dating tips: The do’s and don’ts of a first date
Apr20

College dating tips: The do’s and don’ts of a first date

Dating in college can include a myriad of romantic possibilities. Where some people are looking for a long term relationship, others are just looking for a semester fling. But everyone is trying to avoid committing dating deal breakers. There are some students who might prefer the college dating scene to the one that they have experienced at home. “Dating in college is more fun because you meet new people all the time,” Rachel Petke,...

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