SHU gets groovy at Woodstock-themed carnival
May01

SHU gets groovy at Woodstock-themed carnival

On April 27, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted its annual Spring Fling Carnival. Inspired by the 50-year anniversary of the Woodstock festival, all the decorations, promotional items, activities and T-shirts were themed to look like vintage Woodstock during the ‘70s. Despite two of the rides not functioning, students said they had a pleasant time at the carnival. Sarah Yenesel/Photography Editor Shruti Sharma, a senior...

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Cross country season ends in success for men and women
Dec06

Cross country season ends in success for men and women

The IC4A Coaches Race on Nov. 17 was the last event for the cross country program on the season, as the women’s side placed four competitors in the top-10, while the men placed two in the top-20. The race was held at Van Cortlandt Park in New York, a site that the Pirates travel to at least two times a year. Although the team has the experience for the path, snow caused a restructuring of the race. According to Jarod Moser, the...

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Pirates hit their stride in Wooden Legacy
Nov28

Pirates hit their stride in Wooden Legacy

It took Seton Hall a couple of games to figure it out, but the Pirates finally hit their stride in the Wooden Legacy tournament and brought home a championship. After dropping two consecutive games to Nebraska and Saint Louis, Seton Hall hit the west coast over Thanksgiving break and a handful of uncertainties followed. The Pirates lacked an identity on offense and inconsistent play on both ends plagued a team that was still learning...

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Seton Hall vs. Miami: Pirates earn another chance for a signature win
Nov25

Seton Hall vs. Miami: Pirates earn another chance for a signature win

Two hard-fought victories over Grand Canyon and Hawaii in the opening and semifinal round of the Wooden Legacy Tournament have provided Seton Hall with another shot at a signature win. The Pirates squandered a chance to add a resume-building win against Nebraska in the Gavitt Games, but have been granted a reprieve with a talented Miami team awaiting on Sunday night. Before taking on Fresno State in the semifinals, Miami had been...

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Seton Hall’s best season since 2006 ends in a loss
Nov01

Seton Hall’s best season since 2006 ends in a loss

The shots were firing against Villanova in the final game of the season for Seton Hall, but the Pirates could not get any past the keeper on Wednesday night, ultimately losing by a final score of 1-0. The lone goal of the contest came in the second half, with Villanova midfielder Zach Zandi putting in a shot from the right side of the field off a cross. The Pirates were unable to respond, dropping the game which was the final contest...

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Women’s tennis ends fall season with success
Oct24

Women’s tennis ends fall season with success

The Seton Hall women’s tennis team wrapped up its fall season this past weekend at the Harvard Fall Scramble. The three-day weekend tournament featured competitors Fordham University, the University of Rhode Island, host Harvard University and Seton Hall. The format allowed for each team to have one day of play against each other. The first day opened with doubles competition in “Match A”, which saw Seton Hall facing off against Rhode...

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Get a piece of Italy at Giorgio’s Ristorante
Sep19

Get a piece of Italy at Giorgio’s Ristorante

Giorgio’s Ristorante is a family-owned and operated Italian eatery that has been in business in South Orange since 1989. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner menus as well as house specials. Brian Doyle, a sophomore creative writing major, said, “Out of what there is in South Orange, it’s probably some of the best Italian cuisine.” Giorgio’s offers a variety with more than 50 options on its dinner menu including soups, pasta and...

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Career Center offers advice to students on graduating early
Sep06

Career Center offers advice to students on graduating early

Many students think graduating in four years on a warm May day is how college ends, but for others, college ends on a cold December day after just three years. Taylor Cain, a diplomacy alumna, graduated in three years last May to take a job that wouldn’t have been available year later. Cain graduated and took a job as the deputy data director for the Montana Democratic Party for the 2018 Midterm Election in Billings, Montana. “I...

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X-factor Powell looking to break out of slump in second NCAA Tournament
Mar15

X-factor Powell looking to break out of slump in second NCAA Tournament

For the Seton Hall men’s basketball team, this NCAA Tournament is centered around its four seniors. With so much pressure on the 2014 recruiting class to succeed in its final chance on the biggest stage, it can be easy to forget how important sophomore guard Myles Powell is to the Pirates.’ Averaging 15.6 points per game, Powell has become the Pirates’ second leading scorer behind Desi Rodriguez. To no surprise, he has also become the...

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Pirates warm-weather road trip ends in cold sweep
Mar12

Pirates warm-weather road trip ends in cold sweep

The Seton Hall baseball team spent the entirety of its spring break on the field in Florida, traveling from Kissimmee to Boca Raton, where the Pirates competed in seven games from March 2-11. The seventh and final game took place on Sunday afternoon, with the Pirates falling to the Florida Atlantic Owls, 10-0. What led to the Pirates’ demise on Saturday was a disastrous start in which Seton Hall allowed 10 runs in the opening three...

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Women’s basketball riding mid-season surge
Feb07

Women’s basketball riding mid-season surge

Staying positive seemed like a difficult endeavor for the Seton Hall women’s basketball program less than a month ago. After a home loss to Villanova on Jan. 12, the Pirates were 2-5 in Big East play, not playing to their potential while the top half of conference standings were fading from view. Yet after the comeback win over Butler on Feb. 4, the Pirates are on the rise. After starting 2-5 in the Big East, they have since won five...

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Myles Powell proving to be spark veteran Seton Hall needs
Jan15

Myles Powell proving to be spark veteran Seton Hall needs

Throughout the course of conference play, teams are going to experience highs and lows, especially in a power conference like the Big East where no game is a walk in the park. Some nights, teams come out on fire and full of energy on both ends of the court. Others, teams come out sluggish and deflated. That was the case for the Seton Hall on Jan. 9, as a trip to Milwaukee to take on Marquette turned into a nightmare for the Pirates....

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