Powell leads Seton Hall to bounce back win over Butler
Jan10

Powell leads Seton Hall to bounce back win over Butler

Following a disappointing outing against DePaul over the weekend, Myles Powell knew he would have to be better heading into Wednesday night’s game against Butler. Powell did well to put his 4-13 shooting performance against DePaul in the rearview mirror, as he led all scorers with 31 points on 8-15 shooting from the field and a 13-15 showing at the free throw line and helped Seton Hall bounce back with a 76-75 win over the Bulldogs....

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Jimenez leads Pirates to another dominant offensive showing
Dec02

Jimenez leads Pirates to another dominant offensive showing

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team clobbered Saint Peter’s, 90-47, on Sunday afternoon in its final non-conference home game of the 2018-19 season. Anthony Bozzella’s intense offensive tactics proved efficient once again as his team hit the 90-point mark for the sixth time this season. Saint Peter’s joined UMass Lowell, UTSA, and Wagner in teams that have suffered defeats by more than 30 points at the hands of Bozzella’s...

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Scoring droughts plague Seton Hall in loss to Louisville
Dec01

Scoring droughts plague Seton Hall in loss to Louisville

Despite leading for 30:46 of game time, it was not enough for Seton Hall to hang on for a win against Louisville. Seton Hall ended the game shooting two of its last 11 and Myles Powell’s look from beyond the arc to tie the game in the closing seconds was no good, giving Louisville a 70-65 victory on Saturday afternoon. Throughout the afternoon, Seton Hall had sizeable leads, but multiple scoring droughts allowed Louisville to get back...

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SGA pushes for feminine hygiene products in bathrooms
Nov29

SGA pushes for feminine hygiene products in bathrooms

There is a push at Seton Hall University for an initiative that would put feminine hygiene products in the women’s bathrooms on campus. Student Government Association (SGA) Senate Secretary Alyssa Futa, a sophomore studying diplomacy and international relations and modern languages, said, “There are a number of social movements that are targeted at providing free feminine hygiene products in public places. While Seton Hall University...

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Seton Hall falls short in comeback against Saint Louis
Nov17

Seton Hall falls short in comeback against Saint Louis

After storming back from a double-digit second-half deficit against Saint Louis, Seton Hall found itself with a chance to win the game in the waning seconds. Sandro Mamukelashvili had an open look from beyond the arc for the win, but the shot was long and Seton Hall fell by a final score of 66-64. Throughout the evening, Seton Hall was handed multiple opportunities by a sloppy Saint Louis team that committed 27 fouls and turned the...

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Journalist’s death shows importance of free press
Oct24

Journalist’s death shows importance of free press

A free press is crucial to democracy. The recent murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi highlights not only the dangers of being a journalist, but also the importance of a free press. Washington Post columnist, Khashoggi, dissappeared on Oct. 2 “after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents for his upcoming marriage,” said an Oct. 23 Reuters article. The Post says it received Khashoggi’s latest column from his...

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Seton Hall alumni successfully launch their own businesses
Oct18

Seton Hall alumni successfully launch their own businesses

Two Seton Hall alumni were recently earned the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies’ Emerging Entrepreneur Award after successfully launching their own businesses since their graduation. Luciana Contuzzi, who graduated in 2013 as a finance and information technology major, owns Zest, a café serving gluten free and dairy free food. After graduating from Seton Hall, Contuzzi said the 9-to-5 work life was not for her. She opened Zest in...

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Letter to the editor
May02

Letter to the editor

In Thomas Schwartz’s article “’Rumored’ Criminal Justice Curriculum Changes Worry Students” (4/11/2018), he reported that I had engaged in a “questionable” practice of selling a textbook that required students to pay me $20., but he failed to report that I did not require students to buy this casebook, but only to read the legal cases in it. I informed them that they could obtain these cases, listed in my course syllabus, free online....

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Athletics’ free game for fans opens doors for more
Apr25

Athletics’ free game for fans opens doors for more

Most sports organizations celebrate anniversaries with free bobble heads, special jerseys or limited edition memorabilia. The Oakland Athletics took things a step further to commemorate their 50th season playing at the Oakland Coliseum. To celebrate, the A’s offered a free game for fans to attend on April 17 when the team played the Chicago White Sox. According to SF Gate, 46,028 fans were in attendance for the free game after...

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Eco-Fest celebrates Earth Day on campus
Apr25

Eco-Fest celebrates Earth Day on campus

Seton Hall’s Ecology Club hosted the annual Eco-Fest on the Green to celebrate Earth Day, on April 18. Festivities throughout the day included a yoga class, music, tabling to promote various environmental issues and a Ben & Jerry’s truck. Environmental studies students participated in tabling to raise awareness to the SHU community about issues pertaining to the environment, including Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) and Palm...

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Student film spotlights eating disorders
Mar17

Student film spotlights eating disorders

The South Orange Maplewood Film Festival (SOMA) hosts a variety of local filmmakers to showcase their films and documentaries. It is relatively new in the area and this year is the third year. In previous years, students from the College of the Communications and the Arts have had their works shown at the festival, as well as faculty members. As such, the festival provides an opportunity for many newcomers to show their works and...

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Previewing Seton Hall-Kansas with The University Daily Kansan
Mar17

Previewing Seton Hall-Kansas with The University Daily Kansan

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team plays the biggest game of an era on Saturday, going up against No. 1 seed Kansas. The Jayhawks come into the game as a favorite with longtime head coach Bill Self and integral seniors in Devonté Graham and Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, but much is unknown about the team beyond that. To help fill in the missing pieces, The Setonian got in touch with Kansas’ student voice, The University Daily Kansan, and...

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