Diplomacy alumna launches decaf coffee startup
Feb14

Diplomacy alumna launches decaf coffee startup

The Seton Hall Consulting Group partnered with Kaitlyn Brown, a Seton Hall alumna who graduated in 2006, on a new startup for a decaf coffee business called Savorista. Photo courtesy of Kaitlyn Brown Brown said she initially was most interested in social impact work, as she worked for a nonprofit organization after graduating with a degree in diplomacy. She later joined the Peace Corps, traveling to Burkina Faso to help farmers build...

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Alumnus turns SHU into a family affair
Feb06

Alumnus turns SHU into a family affair

In 1986, Seton Hall pitcher Doug Cinnella was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles. He was six credits short of graduation at the time he was drafted, but in the offseason of 1990, he came back to SHU to complete his communications degree. Photo courtesy of Natalie Cinnella Cinnella spent his entire professional baseball career in the minors playing two seasons with the Orioles, two with the Montreal Expos, and four with the New York...

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Asst. director tackles new position
Jan30

Asst. director tackles new position

Daria Peace-Allen began her first days of work at Seton Hall last week after taking over the open position of Assistant Director of Leadership and Development. Sarah Yenesel/ Photography Editor Allen will take over the position left behind by Chineze Madueke, who left last Fall.Colleen Dallavale, the Assistant Director of Leadership Development’s supervisor who led the search for the vacant position, had nothing but positive things to...

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Classical studies majors study Greco-Roman roots
Jan30

Classical studies majors study Greco-Roman roots

Seton Hall classical studies majors shared what inspired them to choose their major and what it’s like in their select field of study. Although, some students are unaware of what the classical studies department entails. Photo via Wikimedia Commons “I had no idea it existed and I don’t know much about it at all,” Amanda Rivera, a freshman psychology major, said. “I think the major is a study of the broad sense of the early and classic...

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Criminal justice alumna pursues paralegal dream
Jan23

Criminal justice alumna pursues paralegal dream

Alyza Roman (’18) is making her mark as a paralegal at the New York District Attorney’s Office. Photo courtesy of Alyza Roman When Roman graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in psychology, she said that the career path following college wasn’t always clear to her. “I wasn’t entirely sure what I wanted to do after I graduated career-wise, but I narrowed down my focus and spent about a month applying to...

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Seton Hall alumnus launches new charity
Nov14

Seton Hall alumnus launches new charity

A Seton Hall alumnas launched a charity that provides children and their families with resources and support. James Regan, who graduated in 2002, said that the focus of his charity, Lodestar Children’s Services, is “empowering children and families.” Regan said the organization specializes in providing home and community waiver-based services for children ages 5 to 21 who are psychiatrically disabled or placed in foster care, all...

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Concerned 44 sit-in comes to a close
Nov08

Concerned 44 sit-in comes to a close

After nine days of occupying Presidents Hall, the Concerned 44 student activist group abruptly ended their sit-in after administrators and student organizers agreed to return to the negotiating table to work together on fulfilling their demands. Interim President Mary Meehan announced the end of the sit-in in a campus-wide email in which she reaffirmed the University’s commitment to continuing the “ongoing dialogue” and promised...

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Seniors share preparedness for graduation
Oct31

Seniors share preparedness for graduation

Graduation is just a few months away for Seton Hall seniors as they wrap up their time with the university and prepare to take on the workforce. Elizaveta Sidorova, a senior psychology major, said she plans to attend graduate school and enter into the workforce at the same time. “I have to attend graduate school because the career that I want to pursue requires a Ph.D.,” Sidorova said. She added that she wishes to become a clinical...

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Financial Planning Association guides SHU students
Oct04

Financial Planning Association guides SHU students

Brian Sumereau, a sophomore finance and Information Technology major, and Karmen Yap, a junior finance major, recently founded a new club called the Financial Planning Association (FPA). “A friend once told me that she wished she knew about credit score earlier when she was studying in the university,” Yap said. “The conversation inspired a reflection I had thinking about my community, which I found a need to provide opportunities for...

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Gen 1 program creates family environment
Sep19

Gen 1 program creates family environment

Gen 1 is a program at Seton Hall University for first generation students whose parents do not have a bachelor’s degree. Advisors for the Gen 1 program, who are first-generation themselves, host a 10 day pre-college workshop. Jasmyne Emerson, a physics and engineering major, shared her experiences. “Every day we had a math and english workshop, after which we had various activities such as speakers giving us college tips and...

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Students talk mental health services
Sep06

Students talk mental health services

Seton Hall offers several resources on campus that support students with their mental health. Students can visit Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Health Services for support and assistance. “We offer students an opportunity to express their feelings and problem solve,” said Diane Lynch, the director of Health Services. “Our staff are trained to provide basic interventions to help a student cope by providing relaxation...

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Alexis Lewis chooses Seton Hall for final season of eligibility
Apr25

Alexis Lewis chooses Seton Hall for final season of eligibility

In the past few years, Seton Hall women’s basketball coach Tony Bozzella has reached into the transfer market to find some of his best players, including JaQuan Jackson and Taylor Brown. Bozzella’s newest impact transfer this off-season is Alexis Lewis, a three time All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) selection from Iona. In accordance with NCAA rules, Lewis will have to sit this upcoming season before regaining eligibility...

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