Students review first semester at IHS campus
Dec05

Students review first semester at IHS campus

Seton Hall nursing students are now wrapping up their first semester at the new Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus since its opening in the spring. Students shared their thoughts on adjusting to the new campus. Marie Foley, dean of the College of Nursing, described the adjustment the nursing students faced as “interprofessional.” In the beginning, Foley described the college’s adaptation to the new campus as a change, but...

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Grad student aspires to bring people together
Nov28

Grad student aspires to bring people together

Currently, undergraduate students are sending in their applications to graduate programs at universities across the globe. Although students said they are excited and ready for a new project in life, many of them have also said they do not know what happens when they start their graduate program. Samantha Becker, a first-year graduate student in museum professions, applied to Seton Hall’s graduate program last year. Becker previously...

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Pirates share their game day experiences at the Rock
Nov28

Pirates share their game day experiences at the Rock

Now that basketball season is in full swing SHU students have been filling the Prudential center to cheer on the Pirates. Sophomore public relations major Michael Gallucci, said he has been going to the basketball games since he was a freshman as a tuba player in the SHU pep band. “It feels like you are at an NBA game when you’re there, since the stadium is so big and the whole production is so tight,” Gallucci said. Gallucci said...

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Letter to the Editor:

Guns don’t kill people. People kill people. Stop blaming guns for the actions of criminals. All American can agree on at least one thing: A world with less violence is a good thing. Notice I did not say gun violence, domestic violence, or hate-crime based violence. All violence is an issue, and those who commit those acts should be punished. The nature of criminals is that they do not follow laws. Writing more restrictions into law...

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Newly formed computer committee addresses concerns
Nov01

Newly formed computer committee addresses concerns

Seton Hall University Interim Provost Karen Boroff, along with the help of the Student Government Association (SGA), has recently established “The Mobile Computing Task Force” in order to address the issues involving the computer program at Seton Hall. The committee is commissioned by Karen Boroff. SGA President Rishi Shah, a junior with a major in finance, economics, and philosophy, has stated that there have been a number of...

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Concerned 44 continues to protest at SHU
Nov01

Concerned 44 continues to protest at SHU

Seton Hall University Interim President Mary Meehan announced a revised set of responses to the Concerned 44’s demands on Tuesday afternoon after the University’s initial offers were rejected by the activist group over the weekend. The new response included “a commitment to search for a full-time English faculty member specializing in Latin American, Latino/a literature” as well as a pledge to hire a director for Africana studies,...

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Seton Hall visited by renowned philosopher
Oct31

Seton Hall visited by renowned philosopher

Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek visited SHU on Oct. 24 to give a presentation as part of the university’s Poetry-in-the-Round series. Žižek, who is internationally recognized and is one of the “Top 100 Global Speakers,” according to Foreign Policy, gave a talk called “Samuel Beckett as the Writer of Political Abstraction; or, What Can Beckett Tell Us about the Alt-Right and Political Correctness?” in the Jubilee Hall auditorium....

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Lizzie Win has historic weekend in Delaware
Oct25

Lizzie Win has historic weekend in Delaware

This past weekend, the Seton Hall women’s golf team wrapped up its fall season by winning the Delaware Lady Blue Hen Invitational. The team was led by a dominant performance, once again, by Lizzie Win. Win finished with an overall scoreline of 216 – tied for her personal best three-round tournament score of all time. On top of Win’s personal best performance, she also gets her name in the Seton Hall women’s golf record book. Win...

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Bookstore will no longer sell cigarettes
Oct18

Bookstore will no longer sell cigarettes

Students who were concerned about the sale of cigarettes at the Seton Hall University bookstore will soon get their wish: as of November 1, 2018, the bookstore will no longer sell cigarettes. There is more than one reason for this change in policy. Director of Business Affairs Peter Trunk said via email that “cigarettes are not a very popular item.” “It makes sense to me that the store would end the sales, not just because of...

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Students weigh in on laptop policy
Oct04

Students weigh in on laptop policy

Seton Hall provides Lenovo laptops with updated software and classroom tools to all students and faculty. Incorporated into each student’s bill under “Mobile Computing” is a fee for the laptops. The University considers the mobile computing program as their own version of ubiquitous computing. According to the SHU website, “Ubiquitous Computing refers to programs aimed at making a computer available to every member of a learning...

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Russian and Eastern Studies certificate opens doors
Oct04

Russian and Eastern Studies certificate opens doors

The Slavic Club informed students about the Russian and Eastern Studies certificate at a meeting on Sept. 27. Dr. Maxim Matusevich, the program director of the Russian and East European Studies program, explained the program and its benefits. According to its website, the program gives students an interdisciplinary training that will prepare them to pursue a lifelong career involving the region and culture of the subject. McKinley...

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NHL sending mixed signals with international approach
Oct03

NHL sending mixed signals with international approach

As the New Jersey Devils and Edmonton Oilers prepare to open their seasons in Sweden on Oct. 6, the emphasis on the NHL Global Series by the league can begin to be seen. The start of the regular season in Europe comes after a number of preseason games in China, as the NHL aims to grow its audience abroad. “In order for us to really begin to grow the game internationally, we need to have regular presence with events,” commissioner Gary...

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