SGA Speaker reminisces on last term
Apr10

SGA Speaker reminisces on last term

Student Government Association (SGA) Diplomacy Senator and diplomacy and international relations major Jacob Abel is wrapping up his last term in SGA this year. Abel, one of the most senior members of SGA in time and rank, leaves behind years of hard work and a team to recall their fondest memories with him in SGA. SGA President and junior finance major Rishi Shah shared many special times with Abel. “My time working with Jacob was...

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Samuels’ patience pays off in development
Apr03

Samuels’ patience pays off in development

Shadeen Samuels is a force. The forward has evolved from a productive role player in her first two years with the women’s basketball program to a can’t-miss supertsar. As a junior, Shadeen Samuels evolved into one of the most impactful players in the Big East. Sarah Yenesel/Photography Editor After winning four state championships and being named a member of USA Today’s New York first Team All-State, Samuels provided valuable minutes...

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Bittersweet end for a Seton Hall swimming success
Mar27

Bittersweet end for a Seton Hall swimming success

Courtney McCardle has enjoyed a decorated four-year career at Seton Hall and finished her last races for the Pirates’ swimming and diving team with her named etched in the record books. A New York State Section IX 100-breast champion and record holder coming out of high school, McCardle loved the proximity of Seton Hall to her hometown of Hurley, New York. Crediting her family for being there for all her home swim meets, she used the...

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Nelson, Rhoden use lessons learned during freshman season for March Madness prep
Mar20

Nelson, Rhoden use lessons learned during freshman season for March Madness prep

If you watched Seton Hall’s stretch run through the end of the regular season and the Big East Tournament, two players receiving major minutes may have come across as new faces. At VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Fla. on Thursday, the situation will be no different for Anthony Nelson and Jared Rhoden. The two freshmen, who played together on the New York Lightning prior to Seton Hall and now room together at school,...

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NCAA Tournament  filled with New Jersey natives
Mar20

NCAA Tournament filled with New Jersey natives

Residents of New Jersey would be hard pressed to believe the validity of the state’s nickname – The Garden State. However, a drive south on the turnpike or west on Route 78 will reveal acres of farmland which produce New Jersey’s main exports – crops, particularly tomatoes and blueberries. While New Jersey still exports crops throughout the country, in recent years the state’s main export has become basketball talent. Kyrie Irving,...

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Meatless Fridays at GDS raises concerns for students
Mar20

Meatless Fridays at GDS raises concerns for students

Seton Hall students weighed in on the Gourmet Dining Services’ (GDS) annual tradition of not serving meat on Fridays in observance of Lent. “It’s a normal tradition for a Catholic school,” Annaberet McKibbin, a senior diplomacy major, said. She explained how even though she doesn’t adhere to the meatless Friday tradition, that it is not an inconvenience either way. Fish is served as an alternative to meat on Fridays in the cafeteria...

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How to prevent yourself from burning out
Mar20

How to prevent yourself from burning out

Students share tips on how to stay motivated and productive post-midterms Midterms have passed for most students, yet it is only a matter of time until the assignments begin to pile up. Seton Hall students shared tips on how to avoid future burnouts and remain productive through the end of the semester: Get a Good Workout In SHU students can enjoy a diverse range of exercise options. MacKenzie Wetherill/ Staff Photographer The Richie...

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The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet
Mar20

The everyday experience of an SHU ROTC cadet

Seton Hall students explained their everyday experience as a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet. Physical conditioning is one of the training components that ROTC cadets have to undergo. Luke Tyler/Staff Photographer Gianna Dejesus, a sophomore social and behavioral sciences major, said she has been a part of the ROTC program for two years. Dejesus said cadets have to be up and ready to go by 7 a.m. for physical training,...

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Bittersweet career end for one of Seton Hall’s swimming successes
Mar11

Bittersweet career end for one of Seton Hall’s swimming successes

Courtney McCardle has enjoyed a very decorated four-year career at Seton Hall and finished her last races for the Pirates’ swimming and diving team with her named etched in the record books. A New York State Section IX 100-breast champion and record holder coming out of high school, McCardle loved the proximity of Seton Hall to her hometown of Hurley, New York. Crediting her family for being there for all her home swim meets, she used...

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Buccino Leadership produces student leaders
Feb27

Buccino Leadership produces student leaders

The Buccino Leadership program is a four-year program that provides its students with methods of cultivating influential leadership specific to their major, according to the Seton Hall website. James Kimble, professor and associate director of the program, said that its aim is to nurture young leaders in order to prepare them for future leadership positions. Photo via Instagram/@shu.commartsleaders Kimble added that the program was...

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SAB hosts dinner party to help out-of-state students feel ‘at home’
Feb20

SAB hosts dinner party to help out-of-state students feel ‘at home’

On Feb. 15, the Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted its first “No One Eats Alone Dinner” in the Pirate Dining Room. According to the SAB Twitter, @SHU_SAB, the goal of the event was for Seton Hall students to eat dinner with someone that they have not interacted with yet during their time at Seton Hall. Students were encouraged to share their experiences at Seton Hall and any other places they had been, also offering a networking...

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Parking Services installs new monitoring system

Parking Services has installed “NuPark” this semester, a new monitoring system that will increase efficiency and security at the school’s gates and parking areas. The “NuPark” system is meant to make citation enforcement easier and more effective. Cameras will be installed at both the front and back gates, helping the system monitor vehicle’s permits and where they are parked. Ann Szipszky, the school’s parking service manager,...

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