KNOW MORE promotes sexual assault  awareness in April
Apr10

KNOW MORE promotes sexual assault awareness in April

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and the group KNOW MORE is utilizing it to promote events that raise attention about sexual assault on college campuses. KNOW MORE is an organization of Student Life whose purpose is to provide critical information on the prevention of sexual violence, alcohol, narcotics and bystander intervention to the Seton Hall campus community. While KNOW MORE provides programs all year long that seek to...

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On Valentine’s Day, learn to love yourself first
Feb16

On Valentine’s Day, learn to love yourself first

With Valentine’s Day being an unofficial American holiday, I understand that there’s this societal pressure to engage in romantic love and be part of a relationship that transcends the individual. For me, this day is an opportunity to reflect on myself and on the importance of learning to love myself first. As lovely and exciting as romantic love is, there is still something to be said about being your own best friend and learning to...

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Students approached by religious solicitors
Feb06

Students approached by religious solicitors

During the evening of Jan. 26 several Seton Hall students were approached by four males who were identified as part of the group, God the Mother, and asked to discuss their religious beliefs with the students. Kiera Alexander/Asst. Photography Editor This incident prompted a school-wide email from Public Safety, which highlighted the steps they took to respond to the incident. The email noted that, “none of the students who reported...

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Women’s tennis outmatched in lost to FIU
Feb06

Women’s tennis outmatched in lost to FIU

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team was able to stay close in doubles, but ultimately got swept, 4-0, by FIU on Sunday afternoon. It is the first loss for the Pirates in the spring season after starting 2-0. Melody Taal and Michal Matson picked up Seton Hall’s only win at 6-3 in third doubles. Anicka Fajnorova and Regina Pitts put up a formidable effort in their match but fell 6-3. In contrast, Thandy Kangwa and Minja Gligic were blown...

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WSOU donates over 900 pounds of food
Jan23

WSOU donates over 900 pounds of food

Last semester, Seton Hall’s radio station, WSOU, held their fifth annual food drive as part of the “Students Change Hunger” program. WSOU collected 908 pounds of food for the Food Bank of New Jersey, surpassing their goal of 895 pounds, which was chosen based on its frequency, 89.5 FM. File Photo Mark Maben, WSOU’s Station Manager, said this year had the most cans ever collected, as the previous highest record was 600 pounds of food...

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Students receive Fulbright Scholarship
Nov15

Students receive Fulbright Scholarship

Seton Hall University graduates Aidan Miller and Kylie Lan Tumiatti received Fulbright Scholarships due to their dedication and hard work aiming toward a better future. The Fulbright Program is the international exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government aimed toward building relationships between Americans and people from other countries. These relationships are built to help solve global challenges. The application process...

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Women’s basketball in position to replace leading scorers
Nov07

Women’s basketball in position to replace leading scorers

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team lost its top three scorers from a year ago, and normally, this would be a terrible situation for any coach. Tony Bozzella, however, will have plenty of options, both from the outside and within, to look to this season. Last season, Donnaizha Fountain led the Pirates in scoring at over 15 points per game before she left. After her departure, it was up to JaQuan Jackson and Taylor Brown to carry...

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The dark side of social media most don’t think about
Oct24

The dark side of social media most don’t think about

The number of people visiting a website by typing its name into a search engine is increasingly small. There are many back doors in the form of social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, that bring fans and consumers closer to the content they desire. While these outlets allow for engagement, the timelines of social media can often be a toxic, unhealthy place, even for people whose follower account would suggest they...

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Students voice concerns about Public Safety
Oct18

Students voice concerns about Public Safety

Public Safety is the department at Seton Hall that provides the policies, programs and protection for the security and safety of the university’s members. According to its mission statement, the department is committed to helping members enjoy a safe and secure environment both on and off campus. Patrick Linfante, the associate vice president of Public Safety, discussed the mechanisms and systems of the department. “The men and women...

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Donate to Hurricane Michael and Florence victims
Oct17

Donate to Hurricane Michael and Florence victims

Hurricane Michael recently struck the East Coast, battering Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia. The latest natural disaster comes on the heels of Hurricane Florence, which battered the southeast last month. Both hurricanes left a a death toll in their wake. CNN reported on Oct. 16 that Hurricane Michael’s death toll had reached 29. Many people are still missing, too. In the aftermath of these disasters, it’s crucial that...

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SHU talks textbooks, prices and requirements
Oct04

SHU talks textbooks, prices and requirements

The start of each semester comes with the reminder of having to purchase new supplies. While students sometimes reuse notebooks and folders to save a few dollars, there is always one item that is difficult to avoid purchasing every semester: textbooks. However, many Seton Hall students have said that purchasing textbooks for class can sometimes be a waste of money. Ani Shahinian, a sophomore diplomacy major, explained that even though...

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Yeom setting records as he seeks professional career
Oct04

Yeom setting records as he seeks professional career

For most collegiate athletes, being named to your sport’s All-Conference Team represents one of the highest accolades one can obtain during a four-year career. It would be easy, then, for an athlete to rest on his or her laurels having reached that peak their junior year. Men’s golfer Chris Yeom, however, was just getting started. The senior from Flushing, N.Y., who was an all-Big East first team member last year, has taken his...

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