Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado signs two-way contract with Los Angeles Clippers
Jun22

Seton Hall’s Angel Delgado signs two-way contract with Los Angeles Clippers

After not hearing his name called in Thursday night’s NBA Draft, former Seton Hall center Angel Delgado has found a new home. Minutes after the draft concluded, Yahoo Sports NBA Insider Shams Charania reported that Delgado agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Clippers on a two-way contract. He will begin in the G-League and can spend a maximum of 45 days with the Clippers during the regular season. The base salary for two-way...

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English students read up and work in major
May02

English students read up and work in major

Being an English major is much more challenging than most people think, Emily Parise, a senior English, philosophy and creative writing major, pointed out that it requires a lot of intense reading, writing, thinking and class participation. Parise, who is the president of the English Club, typically begins her day opening the Writing Center and tutoring students. After that, she heads to class where she puts her hours of reading and...

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Yeom snags second in Big East Tournament
May02

Yeom snags second in Big East Tournament

Flushing, N.Y. native Chris Yeom finished tied for second individually, as the Seton Hall men’s golf team finished fourth as a team at the Big East Tournament in Callawassie Island, S.C., which took place from April 29-May 1. Yeom’s team leading score of one-under-par, 71, was sufficient enough to land him in a tie with Marquette’s Matt Murlick in the field of 45 golfers. Marquette’s Hunter Eichhorn took the individual title with a...

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Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency
Apr25

Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency

It is no secret that college students have a reputation for being broke. However, Vanessa Colmenares, a biochemistry, molecular biology and philosophy major, recently got involved with a new way to make money by investing in cryptocurrency through Forex. According to CoinTelegraph, cryptocurrency is “a digital or virtual currency designed to work as a medium of exchange.” Transactions are verified through the use of cryptography. They...

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Intentional throwing at batters is good for baseball
Apr18

Intentional throwing at batters is good for baseball

Baseball fans saw tempers flare on April 11 as the Rockies and Padres, along with the Yankees and Red Sox, each cleared the benches in their respective games. The first of the two feuds came when Padres pitcher Luis Perdomo threw behind Rockies star Nolan Arenado in what was likely a response to three hit batsmen between the two teams in the previous two games of the series. Infuriated, Arenado charged the mound, swinging his fists at...

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Consistency, confidence key to men’s golf championship run
Apr18

Consistency, confidence key to men’s golf championship run

The men’s golf season is nearing its end, with just the Big East Championship remaining. Coming off an eighth-place finish in Princeton, N.J. on April 7 and a sixth-place finish in State College, Penn. at the Rutherford Intercollegiate, the Pirates will look to finish with their best performance of the year in Callawassie Island, S.C. at the Big East Championship from April 29 to May 1. Consistency has at times been lacking for the...

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Senior column: ‘Smile because it happened’
Apr18

Senior column: ‘Smile because it happened’

Some people claim that they chose their college because, “they knew in their heart,” or that, “it felt like home when they first stepped on campus.” That could not be any less true for me. Four years ago, as a 17-year-old high school senior, I had no idea what I wanted in a college. I had visited several colleges in the northeast, but I was indecisive and loved at least five or six of them. All I really knew was that I was interested...

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Softball’s Janae Barracato an unstoppable freshman force
Apr04

Softball’s Janae Barracato an unstoppable freshman force

Janae Barracato may just be a freshman, but she carries herself with the unwavering demeanor of a senior. No situation has slowed down the infielder-turned-center-fielder from Hempstead, N.Y., whether it be a new position, long-distance travel or the heightened level of pitching in the Big East. In just the first 30 days of her inaugural collegiate season, Barracato traveled to San Antonio and Huntsville, Texas, Greensboro, N.C., in...

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Pinkman settling in as Seton Hall pitching coach
Apr04

Pinkman settling in as Seton Hall pitching coach

During the summer of 2017, Seton Hall’s baseball team was dealt a major blow when veteran pitching coach and program alumnus Phil Cundari left South Orange after 19 seasons to assume the same position with in-state rival Rutgers. The departure of Cundari, the 2011 National Pitching Coach of the Year, left a big void on the Seton Hall coaching staff. Wisely, coach Rob Shepherd moved swiftly in finding a new pitching coach who is no...

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Rain can’t stop Pirates in extra-innings win
Mar25

Rain can’t stop Pirates in extra-innings win

It took two days, but after the Seton Hall baseball team had its game postponed from the previous day in the seventh inning due to rain, the Pirates were able to get the job done against Hawaii on Saturday night, securing a 9-8 victory in 11 innings. The game featured offensive eruptions from both teams, with runs scattered throughout the innings for both teams. Hawaii’s offensive outburst came in the bottom of the first inning,...

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Jesse McCartney and KYLE get SHU community ‘jumping’
Mar22

Jesse McCartney and KYLE get SHU community ‘jumping’

On March 16, Seton Hall University’s Main Lounge was filled with music both old and new, with musicians Jesse McCartney and KYLE featured in this year’s Spring Concert. Many students remembered McCartney from their younger days, singing along to his song ‘Beautiful Soul,’ which was a hit in 2004. McCartney, who opened the show, said that coming to SHU was important to him because many of his fans are in college. McCartney said he took...

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MLB should not cheat minor leaguers out of respectable wages
Mar21

MLB should not cheat minor leaguers out of respectable wages

Minor League Baseball has received quite a bit of attention in recent weeks, mainly due to the implementation of new rules regarding pace of play and extra innings. But fans should be discussing something unrelated to the rules, something that has to do with the livelihood of the average minor league player: pay. Mike DeBonis of the Washington Post reported on March 18 that a potential government spending bill considered by Congress...

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