Past & Present Serena comes out in U.S. Open fiasco

Since beginning her professional career in 1995, Serena Williams has been somewhat of an enigma. In the early days of her career, Williams was a fiery and unfiltered competitor. She would frequently berate officials and let her thoughts be known when she felt she was wronged on the court. Bursts of outrage in the 2004, ‘09 and ‘11 U.S. Open’s cemented Williams’ status as a dominant player who had a propensity for losing her cool....

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SGA refutes claims of breaches in bylaws
Mar22

SGA refutes claims of breaches in bylaws

Senate Secretary accuses organization leaders of violating constitution

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Political engagement goes beyond banter
Sep28

Political engagement goes beyond banter

I walked into the Boland Cellar on Monday night, Sept. 26, hoping to find a few people watching the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Much to my surprise, there was a group of at least 30 people gathered. After all, young people supposedly don’t care about politics. “Make her have a seizure!” someone called from the back of the cellar. Flickers of laughter filled the room, followed by more jokes and a...

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New club seeks to explore inclusive debate on intersecting identities
Feb04

New club seeks to explore inclusive debate on intersecting identities

The term, identity, has been a hot topic in pop culture recently, but even more, millennials seem to be particularly interested in labels and how people identify themselves. A brand new club has surfaced at Seton Hall to address this very issue: the Unified Students Assembly (USA). The president of the club, AJ Deely, said that USA is a student organization driven by intersectionality, identity, safe space and inclusive debate. The...

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GOP presidential debate affects students too
Oct28

GOP presidential debate affects students too

The College Republicans and The College Democrats scheduled viewing parties for the CNBC live broadcast of the third Republican presidential debate on Oct. 28 in the Arts and Sciences building. The debate “Your Money, Your Vote” focused on economic issues crucial to voters such as taxes, retirement, and unemployment. Returning candidates for the debate include Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Carly Fiorina,...

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