Sports media symposium discusses issues in sports industry
Apr11

Sports media symposium discusses issues in sports industry

Several promiment figures in sports media and business visited Seton Hall on April 2 to discuss the social matters occurring in the world of sports. The symposium was headlined by NBA commissioner Adam Silver, and Entertainment and Sports Programming Network ESPN commentators Bob Ley and Stephen A. Smith. In between were discussion panels that covered subjects like gambling and amateurism in sports. Ley and Smith thrilled the audience...

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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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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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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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Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?
Feb14

Apple’s AirPods: Does it smell like broke in here?

Apple’s latest craze, AirPods, has taken the campus of Seton Hall, as well as the world, by storm. Although released in December 2016, AirPods have seen a growth in popularity, becoming a big part of pop culture, as well as a well-known meme flooded across several social media pages. Adrian Chavez/Staff Photographer These wireless headphones were a common Christmas gift among students this year. One who received them was Jimmy Krause,...

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University sends out computer survey
Feb06

University sends out computer survey

The Mobile Computing Task Force sent out a survey last week, in order to determine how the University should proceed in modifying the mobile computing program. Adrian Chavez/ Staff Photographer The survey was sent via email and asked students from all majors to share their opinion on the matter, stating that they had intent to change the laptop program in the University. “Before making any decisions we want to learn more about your...

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WWE hitting the sports landscape like no other
Feb06

WWE hitting the sports landscape like no other

In the world of sports entertainment, nothing can hype itself up more than World Wrestling Entertainment. With the Royal Rumble over, the WWE is slowly creating its stampede towards MetLife on its self-advertised ‘Road to WrestleMania’. Although it is not until April that the likes of John Cena, Undertaker, and Triple H make their stroll into the squared circle upon the booming chorus of speakers serenading the crowd with their iconic...

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Pirates share hopes for December cinema
Dec05

Pirates share hopes for December cinema

Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on some upcoming new films that will hit theaters in December, like “Aquaman,” “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.” Renee Nunez, a sophomore visual sound and media major, shared her excitement for these upcoming films. “I’m excited to see the movies of December,” Nunez said. Nunez said she is a casual moviegoer, especially when it comes to DC and Marvel releases. “In...

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Prepare for the storm, finals are coming
Nov14

Prepare for the storm, finals are coming

The days left in the semester are dwindling. Many students are ready for Winter break and getting some much needed rest and relaxation, but there is one thing standing in their way — finals. Finals are stressful and a big source of anxiety for students near the end of the semester. Between writing papers, completing projects and giving presentations, many are in a time crunch. At this point in the semester, many students are stressed....

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Concerned 44 can seek guidance and learn from past protests
Oct31

Concerned 44 can seek guidance and learn from past protests

It has now been roughly one week of protests organized by the group “Concerned 44” on campus. They have successfully made their presence known by occupying the lobby in Presidents Hall, gathering on the Green with signs, marching through campus and taking to the streets of South Orange to announce their demands to the community both on and off campus. On Oct. 27, Interim Provost Dr. Karen Boroff sent out an email that canceled the...

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Matson’s diversity brings power to Seton Hall social media
Oct25

Matson’s diversity brings power to Seton Hall social media

Social media is a platform that has a limitless reach. It can spread messages and promote certain aspects of life quickly and accurately. Seton Hall tennis player Michal Matson understands that the power of social media is just as powerful as an ace is in a pivotal set. In her new role with Seton Hall Athletics, Matson uses social media to discuss various topics within the community, including issues such as gender, race and violence....

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SHU students reveal how the landscape of news is changing
Oct24

SHU students reveal how the landscape of news is changing

The news landscape is changing as many college students and young adults are consuming news through a variety of different channels and sources. Seton Hall students and professors shared how they consume the news daily along with a few tips and recommendations. While some students said that they get their news from social media, Jordan Lewis, a freshman civil engineering major, said that he uses the Apple News app on his iPhone. “I...

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