Men’s golf looks to start the season with a bang
Sep11

Men’s golf looks to start the season with a bang

While the 2018-19 PGA Tour season ended in late August, the 2019-20 Collegiate Golf season is just getting started. Seton Hall officially kicked off the year on September 7th at the 2019 Alex Lagowitz Memorial in Hamilton, New York, and the hype for the season could not be higher. Head coach Clay White’s squad will have a slew of experienced players, including seniors Alex McAuley and Alex Chalk, as well as juniors Gregor Tait and...

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Volleyball coach Yaeger ready to lead revamped roster
Sep11

Volleyball coach Yaeger ready to lead revamped roster

It’s never an easy task to overcome the loss of seniors who made up most of a team’s production, including one outside hitter who finished in the top five in school history for kills. Head volleyball coach Allison Yaeger is now tasked with mixing a strong freshman class with some returning veterans in order to guide this year’s team to success. The Pirates have not started the way that they wanted, though, as they have been plagued by...

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Volleyball sweeps Iona for second win of season
Sep11

Volleyball sweeps Iona for second win of season

The Seton Hall Pirates Volleyball team defeated the Iona Gaels tonight in straight sets, 25-21, 25-22, and 25-13, picking up their second win of the season and rebounding after a tough weekend that saw them lose three of four matches. Senior Hayley Gasser led the Pirates 16 kills, nearly matching her career high of 17, which she achieved in Saturday’s loss to Northeastern. Freshman Reece Koehler continued her excellent start to the...

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Men’s soccer team starting strong in new formation
Sep11

Men’s soccer team starting strong in new formation

The tactical and systematic preparation that goes into styling a team’s game plan often goes unnoticed when a side has players consistently performing at high level. Though the soccer has become a much more fluid sport in terms of where players are positioned on the field, a team’s shape ultimately defines its strengths and weaknesses in terms of personnel. After their opening three matches of the season, the Seton Hall men’s soccer...

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Pirates get fair shake with 2019-20 Big East schedule
Sep11

Pirates get fair shake with 2019-20 Big East schedule

The days of Kevin Willard taking issue with the composition of Seton Hall’s conference schedule might finally be over. The Big East released its 2019-20 conference schedule last week, giving the Pirates a glimpse of what they will be up against this season as they vie for a regular season title and a return trip to the conference championship game. From November to March, Seton Hall will be tested with numerous games against ranked...

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From the Touchline to the Runway: The Influence of Soccer on Fashion
Sep11

From the Touchline to the Runway: The Influence of Soccer on Fashion

Paris, Milan, London, New York, Los Angeles. Plus, Buenos Aires, Rome, Prague, Tokyo, Madrid, Munich, Barcelona, and Amsterdam. Photo via Instagram/@tyler_adams14 These cities are cosmopolitan. Trendy. Known for their art, their style, their culture. The capitals and rising powers in the fashion world. Cities home to fashion juggernauts like Givenchy, Dior, Alexander McQueen, Dolce and Gabbana, and Fendi. Cathedrals of the art, where...

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NASCAR, once an American pastime, is running out of gas
Sep11

NASCAR, once an American pastime, is running out of gas

On Sunday afternoon, veteran driver and former champion Kevin Harvick stormed to victory in NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a late battle with fan favorite Joey Logano. Late drama further back saw the final two playoff spots change hands in a crash-filled slugfest of a race, one of the sport’s feature events. The drivers did so in front of an estimated 60,000 fans at the racetrack, reversing the...

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Pirates bunker down but fall to LIU
Sep07

Pirates bunker down but fall to LIU

The Seton Hall women’s soccer team lost, 1-0, to non-conference rivals Long Island University on Friday, making its season record 1-2 under new head coach Ciara Crinion. The Pirates have not been able to overcome LIU since 2014. Goalkeeper Harpa Johannsdottir was named the Big East Freshman of the Week on Monday after shutting out Lafayette. Unfortunately, she did not have as strong as a showing on Friday, letting in LIU’s only shot...

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Pirates Struggle in Losses to Northern Arizona, LaSalle
Sep07

Pirates Struggle in Losses to Northern Arizona, LaSalle

The tri-state area was hit with the full force of fall weather today, as cool temperatures and swirling winds brought summer to a brief halt. Unfortunately, the Seton Hall volleyball team did nothing to lift the spirits of the fans inside Walsh Gymnasium, as the Pirates lost in straight sets to both Northern Arizona and LaSalle. Northern Arizona, a WAC school located in Flagstaff, Arizona, dispatched the Pirates 25-12, 25-20, and...

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‘SHUcation’ carnival takes over the Green
Sep05

‘SHUcation’ carnival takes over the Green

On  Aug. 25, before the first day of classes, the Green trans- formed into a colorful carnival as the Student Activities Board (SAB) held its annual Blue Day Carnival following the freshman convocation. The planning of the event started long before the  day of the carnival. Trevor Gorman, a junior  economics and  finance major and  a member of SAB, said the planning for the event started two weeks into the...

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Free laundry comes to SHU, draws mixed reviews
Sep05

Free laundry comes to SHU, draws mixed reviews

Housing and Residence Life (HRL) has officially upgraded all laundry rooms on campus. The rooms are equipped with new, high-efficiency washer and dryer machines. Residents are no longer required to pay per load. In January,  The Setonian reported that Student Government Association  President Rishi Shah announced in a report last fall that free laundry “would be important to students as they would no longer have to accumulate massive...

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Student journalists are real journalists and should be respected
Sep05

Student journalists are real journalists and should be respected

Late Monday night a three-alarm fire broke out in North Philadelphia, engulfing a four-story abandoned building in flames and forcing firefighters to evacuate the block. The order to leave subsequently displaced several Temple University students living in nearby buildings. This was when The Temple News, the school’s student-run newspaper and self-proclaimed “watchdog” of the University sprang into action. Despite the fact that they...

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