Shah wins second term
Apr03

Shah wins second term

Shah-Mabalatan ticket sweeps SGA election The results for the Student Government Association elections are in for the 2019-2020 school year and the Shah-Mabalatan ticket won. Election polls opened on Monday at 6 a.m. and closed the followeing day at 3 p.m. Shah’s ticket (above) swept the SGA executive board this election, though all seats with the exception of the presidency were unopposed. Photo courtesy of Rishi Shah As previously...

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South Orange Village President makes a difference
Apr03

South Orange Village President makes a difference

Members of the Seton Hall community described the ways alumna Sheena Collum ’08 gave back to her community as a student and continues to as South Orange Village President. “It feels great to be able to serve the community that is home to the university I graduated from,” Collum said. “I was overjoyed when I became the first woman in the town’s history to be elected as Village President.” According to current and former SHU students,...

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Stillman students win business competition
Mar28

Stillman students win business competition

Students from the Stillman School of Business won the inaugural CBXmarket University Challenge, defeating 30 teams comprised of more than 100 students from various colleges across the country. The challenge was created by CBXmarket, a software company that provides market research, portfolio management and analytics on investment opportunities. The challenge focuses on bond investment rather than equity, providing students an...

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Muslim Student Association holds Islamic Awareness Week
Mar27

Muslim Student Association holds Islamic Awareness Week

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) at Seton Hall University hosted Islamic Awareness Week (IAW) this week. Events included “Ask a Muslim: Dawah Table,” a “Love in Islam” discussion, a speaker on “Mental Health in Islam,” a “Hijabathon” and a “United Jummah” to close in the week off. The events are meant to foster discussion and unite the University community to come together. Guest speaker Amina Saad talks about mental health in...

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SGA Commissioner for EPACC confirmed
Mar20

SGA Commissioner for EPACC confirmed

Freshman Senator Julia Nicolls was unanimously confirmed by the Student Government Association (SGA) Senate last month to lead the Environmental Protection and Conservation Commission (EPACC) following a nomination from SGA Vice President Darby Debonis who in a letter to the Senate, called Nicolls “one of the greatest assets the student body has when striving to make Seton Hall a greener place.” Julia Nicolls presents at a SGA...

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Just joshin’ around: Josh Peck visits Seton Hall
Mar06

Just joshin’ around: Josh Peck visits Seton Hall

Former “Drake and Josh” star presents comedy panel with SAB Bethany Hall filled with laughter and cheering as Josh Peck presented a comedy lecture with the Student Activities Board (SAB) on March 2. Peck, who is known for his role in Nickelodeon’s “Drake and Josh,” bounced across the stage and referenced many of Seton Hall’s trademark people, traditions and oddities. “I was just hanging out with Father John earlier,” Peck joked after...

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A look into the Public Relations and Marketing office
Feb27

A look into the Public Relations and Marketing office

Seton Hall’s Public Relations and Marketing office (PR&M) is located at 519 South Orange Avenue. The office includes departments ranging from media relations and event staff to art and photography, as well as account management. According to the school website, the range of responsibilities placed upon the group of directors and students who work together is aimed “to advance and strengthen the academic reputation and image of...

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As Senior Day passes, WBB displays heart of departing class
Feb20

As Senior Day passes, WBB displays heart of departing class

Senior Day is the best and worst of times, the most bittersweet moment any athlete will encounter while playing a sport. For the women’s basketball team this season, four of its players have now experienced Senior Day, foreshadowing the entrance to a new stage of life beyond college athletics. Kaity Healy, Victoria Cardaci, Nicole Jimenez, and Inja Butina are the four women who will be exiting the locker room of Walsh Gymnasium for...

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Pirates fall to nationally ranked Marquette on Senior Day
Feb18

Pirates fall to nationally ranked Marquette on Senior Day

Facing a nationally ranked opponent in college sports is always a daunting task, but doing it without your best player is a seemingly insurmountable obstacle. Such a situation was faced by the Seton Hall women’s basketball team on Sunday afternoon, playing against No. 8 Marquette without Shadeen Samuels. Ultimately, the Pirates suffered a 109-63 loss at Walsh Gymnasium on Senior Day. Desiree Elmore and Inja Butina were bright spots on...

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Diplomacy students learn skills to benefit U.S. Army project
Jan30

Diplomacy students learn skills to benefit U.S. Army project

The Seton Hall Abd El-Kader (AEK) fellowship is working with a team of eight diplomacy students on a project with the U.S. Army in Northern Africa. The students on the team conduct research, participate in discussions with leaders and propose policies to make real-life impacts. Photo courtesy of Patricia Graca Mohamad Mirghahari, the Abd El-Kader Fellow at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, described the experience...

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MLK-inspired luminaries set South Orange aglow
Jan23

MLK-inspired luminaries set South Orange aglow

Martin Luther King Jr.’s influence on social justice and equality has had an incredibly powerful impact on the people of America. Though it seems restrictive to commemorate the activist’s contribution to the civil rights movement on merely one day of the year, the country declares the third Monday of January as rightfully his. Sarah Yenesel / Photography Editor On Jan. 22, Seton Hall University celebrated with an honorary symposium...

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Q&A with Lawson Barkley,  SHU Rugby
Jan23

Q&A with Lawson Barkley, SHU Rugby

Sports were everything growing up. From meeting best friends to playing in a final game, sports hold a special place in a person’s heart. So, why stop playing? Seton Hall offers more than just Division I sports; club sports are a great option for those who aren’t ready for their athletic career to end. Lawson Barkley, a SHU Rugby player, gave an insight into how the rugby program at Seton Hall rewards him as a student. For others, it...

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