Alpha Gam and Phi Delt sweep Greek Week
May01

Alpha Gam and Phi Delt sweep Greek Week

After a week of competitions and fundraisers, the Greek Municipal Assembly (GMA) announced the team of Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta the winners of Seton Hall’s annual Greek Week competition. The team of Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta won this year’s annual Greek Week. Kiera Alexander/Asst. Photography Editor Joshua Corpuz, a senior diplomacy major and secretary of GMA, said Greek Week is an annual event that consists...

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Remember to reflect and finish the year out strong
Apr24

Remember to reflect and finish the year out strong

We’re in the home stretch now, Pirates! It’s officially the week after Easter break, and we all know what that means: sunny skies, lounging on the Green and everyone’s favorite: finals. File Photo We at The Setonian think that it can be universally agreed upon that finals during spring semesters are so, so much worse than finals during fall semesters. After all, it’s beautiful out, and the last thing any of us want to be doing is...

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Great Minds on the Green puts students’ skills to the test
Apr24

Great Minds on the Green puts students’ skills to the test

On April 24, Seton Hall’s Public Relations and Marketing Department hosted “Great Minds on the Green” to promote their new slogan, “What Great Minds Can Do.” Dan Kalmanson, the associate vice president of the public relations and marketing department, said they started developing this campaign back in 2015 as a way to promote the University’s focus and identify its core distinctive strengths. Kalmanson added that the department...

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Walsh Gallery exhibits students’ artistic expressions
Apr10

Walsh Gallery exhibits students’ artistic expressions

The 15th Annual Undergraduate Student Art Exhibit, which runs from April 2 to May 10, showcases the artistic achievements of Seton Hall students. Jeanne Brasile, director of the Walsh Gallery, said that in order to have work displayed in the gallery, artwork is selected by a professional unaffiliated with the University. Unlike previous years, Brasile said that there was no theme for this year’s exhibit. She described it instead as a...

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RallyCap Sports hosts activities for people with special needs
Mar27

RallyCap Sports hosts activities for people with special needs

RallyCap Sports is an organization that provides recreational sports programs for people with special needs, according to its website. Luisa Rinaudo, a senior elementary and special education and liberal studies major, said that Paul Hooker, the founder of RallyCap Sports, reached out to her in hopes of starting a chapter of the organization at Seton Hall. Rinaudo said she was excited to bring the organization to campus as soon as she...

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Students launch Hillel club on Seton Hall’s campus
Mar27

Students launch Hillel club on Seton Hall’s campus

For the Jewish community at Seton Hall, the lack of a dedicated on-campus organization to their community has long been frustrating. Esther Belfer, a junior biology major, decided to change that. Belfer chartered Seton Hall’s chapter of Hillel, the largest Jewish campus organization in the world. Hillel, founded in 1923 at the University of Illinois, has actively been promoting the celebration of Jewish living and learning across...

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Students share their ‘drive’ to be commuters
Mar20

Students share their ‘drive’ to be commuters

Several students were asked what they think the major differences and benefits are in the life of a commuter at Seton Hall. Jill Cancela/Staff Photographer More Prepared Some students like Kendra Campbell, a junior sociology major, said that commuters come more prepared for class or work on campus. “If we forget something we can’t just walk two minutes to our dorm and grab it,” Campbell said. “If we forget something we are most likely...

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N.J. Senator Booker’s bid for White House heats up
Feb28

N.J. Senator Booker’s bid for White House heats up

If one drives through Seton Hall’s Main Gate, turns right and cruises on South Orange Avenue for a few blocks, one will enter the storied city of Newark. Continue driving and eventually you’ll come upon Newark’s Central Ward. One man living in this neighborhood recently announced his presidential run for the 2020 election. This man is Cory Booker. At the start of Black History Month, the former mayor of Newark, N.J., entered the...

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President Nyre comes to SHU
Feb28

President Nyre comes to SHU

Recently named Seton Hall President Dr. Joseph Nyre made his first official public visit to Seton Hall’s South Orange campus on Feb. 22 with his wife, Kelli, and three of their four children. Nyre also visited Seton Hall Law School and Interprofessional Health Sciences campuses located in Newark and Nutley, respectively. Each campus hosted a welcome reception to help introduce him to faculty and students and to celebrate of Nyre’s...

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Women in Business bridges gaps between all majors
Feb27

Women in Business bridges gaps between all majors

The Seton Hall Women in Business (WIB) is a student organization on campus dedicated to build a community to support empowerment of women from all studies, Ayse Ergene, a junior diplomacy major, said. Ergene, who is vice president of public relations, said the group values teamwork, open communication, integrity, being creative and resourceful. Photo courtesy of Ayse Ergene “We always try to live up to our mission and values with both...

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Sager propels women’s golf to second place finish over weekend
Feb26

Sager propels women’s golf to second place finish over weekend

The Seton Hall women’s golf team opened its spring season finishing in second at the 2019 Rio Verde Invitational on Feb. 24.  They competed among a field of 18 teams that also featured Big East rivals Xavier. The invitational was initially postponed on Friday due to a local storm, so the tournament took place later in the weekend with only two rounds of action. The Pirates were able to tie for the best second round score with an...

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Students discuss ‘shooting your shot’:  dating in the past versus now
Feb14

Students discuss ‘shooting your shot’: dating in the past versus now

In light of Valentine’s Day, Seton Hall students shared their opinions on the major differences they have seen in present dating culture versus the past. Olamilekan Olorode, a sophomore nursing major, said he believes the main difference between dating in his parents’ time versus now is the use of dating apps.“In my parents’ time, dating apps had not appeared yet and technology was not as advanced as it is now,” Olorode said. “You...

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