Seton Hall students respond to Newark water crisis
Sep11

Seton Hall students respond to Newark water crisis

The next Flint, Michigan is happening a lot closer to home for Seton Hall students. Kiera Alexander/Staff Photographer According to CNN, Newark city officials don’t know when the city’s drinking water started to become contaminated with lead, but city officials told the network that it was “due to the releasing of lead from plumbing and lead service lines on private property between the street and approximately 15,000 homes.” The...

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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 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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Elias ready to help mold changing Pirates
Sep11

Elias ready to help mold changing Pirates

Despite it being Seton Hall men’s soccer captain Stephen Elias’ first season on campus as a graduate student, his roots with the school are far entrenched within his soccer history. Elias came over in a slew of new additions by head coach Andreas Lindberg over the summer. Elias previously spent four years, albeit only three playing, at North Carolina State before heading back closer to home in South Orange. While at North Carolina...

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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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Seton Hall welcomes largest freshman class
Sep05

Seton Hall welcomes largest freshman class

For the third consecutive year, Seton Hall University has recorded its largest freshman class in its history. Kiera Alexander/Staff Photographer Seton Hall’s freshman class of 2023, amassing more than 1,615 students who began classes last week, were among the 23,000 that applied. Since 2014, the incoming freshman class sizes continued to grow, despite the increasing difficulty of other private universities to get funding. Dr. Robert...

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Bartoli resigns after six years as Dean of the School of Diplomacy
Sep05

Bartoli resigns after six years as Dean of the School of Diplomacy

After six years as Dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Dr. Andrea Bartoli has stepped down. File Photo Interim Provost and Executive Vice President Dr. Karen Boroff appointed Dr. Courtney Smith, Senior Associate Dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations as Acting Dean of the school effective Aug. 19, according to a school-wide email. Bartoli worked at the University from 2013-2019. During his...

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Seton Hall releases key findings of harassment probe
Sep04

Seton Hall releases key findings of harassment probe

After a nearly yearlong review, the Seton Hall University Board of Regents released an update to the SHU community on August 28 detailing the investigation into Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s alleged actions between 1986 and 2000 when he served as archbishop. Latham & Watkins, the law firm that was retained to perform the investigation found that McCarrick created a “culture of fear and intimidation that supported his...

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Pirates’ golf star Lizzie Win competes with world’s best
Sep04

Pirates’ golf star Lizzie Win competes with world’s best

The Seton Hall women’s golf season takes a hiatus from late April until late September, but rising senior and team leader Lizzie Win kept busy competing this summer. Win, who earned Big East All-Tournament and All-Conference honors for the second straight season in 2018-19, played in the LPGA Marathon Classic from July 11-14. Win qualified for this year’s event by notching an even par-72 in a qualifying event earlier in that week,...

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Seton Hall’s longest-tenured coach remains motivated
Sep04

Seton Hall’s longest-tenured coach remains motivated

Before turning Seton Hall into a national force, cross country coach John Moon sat behind a desk and inspired others in another way. For seven years, Moon was a high school teacher and although he was loved by many, he felt as his passion was elsewhere. The track and field program at Rahway High School won a state title every year that Moon coached. “When I first came here, I was an administrator, but it just wasn’t me,” Moon said. “I...

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Mamukelashvili, Cale, Obiagu lead Pirates in Italy
Sep04

Mamukelashvili, Cale, Obiagu lead Pirates in Italy

After final exams ended last May, the more than 5,000 members of Seton Hall’s student body went in different directions. Some returned home to other states or countries, many spent the summer months at jobs or internships, and others got some much-needed rest and relaxation. For the men’s basketball team, however, summer was just another season in the yearly grind of being a Div. I athlete. In addition to the usual summer league...

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