Men’s Soccer adds new assistant coach
Feb28

Men’s Soccer adds new assistant coach

After only one season at the helm of the Seton Hall men’s soccer program, coach Andreas Lindberg has decided to shake up his original coaching staff. In doing so, Lindberg returned to the Division II ranks to bring a new assistant to South Orange. On Feb. 25, Seton Hall and Lindberg announced the addition of former Barry University assistant Ali Simmons to the coaching staff for the 2019 season. At Barry, Simmons was a member of the...

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McNulty renovations receive positive reviews
Sep06

McNulty renovations receive positive reviews

This summer, the Helen Lerner Amphitheater in McNulty Hall underwent renovations. The amphitheater now features designs compatible for meeting the learning styles and needs of all students who take classes in it. Michael Marconi, project manager for Facilities Engineering, explained in an email what the renovations entailed. “The finishes for the entire amphitheater were updated with new carpet, new fabric wrapped panels along the...

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ROTC seniors say goodbye to juniors at training
Apr25

ROTC seniors say goodbye to juniors at training

ROTC senior cadets faced a bittersweet ending to their college careers on April 20 at South Mountain Reservation, as they assisted junior cadets with their last technical field training before junior cadets attend an assessment course in the summer. “It’s a weird feeling knowing that I am not coming back,” said Patrick Hurley, a senior political science major. For eight hours, two groups consisting of all class rankings were led by...

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‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on
Feb17

‘Steel Magnolias’ work studies help the show go on

Seton Hall’s Theatre Department is gearing up to put on the widely adapted play, “Steel Magnolias”, a drastic departure from the fall production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”. But beyond the glamour of the stage is the hard work of the theater work studies that makes the show come to life. From constructing the sets to the light design, the theater work studies work to build an entire world with just paint and wood. When a...

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Pirates cold shooting and lack of rebounding leads to loss on the road
Feb09

Pirates cold shooting and lack of rebounding leads to loss on the road

The Seton Hall women’s basketball team fell, 71-52, to the Georgetown Hoyas on Friday afternoon in its first of three road games. The loss is a sour note for the team, who managed to go 4-1 over its last five games entering Friday, including come-from-behind wins against Xavier on Feb. 2 and Butler on Feb. 4. The loss today drops the Pirates conference record to 7-7, with their fifth-place position still intact. Dionna White proved to...

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TLTC offers every type of tech support to students and staff
Feb08

TLTC offers every type of tech support to students and staff

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) is Seton Hall’s hub for assistance with audiovisual equipment, media and web support. The glue that holds this dynamic hub together comes from the student workers. Students hold positions as STA’s, or Student Technology Assistants, in Media Equipment and Support, Website Development, Blackboard Maintenance and Space 154. Christopher Petruzzi, manager for User Interface and...

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Pirates prevail as tables turn in final minutes
Feb02

Pirates prevail as tables turn in final minutes

In a game of contrasting styles where the Pirates trailed late, the hardy Seton Hall women’s basketball team overcame Xavier on Friday night by a final score of 58-53. With momentum swinging throughout the evening, a boiling-over of emotions under the basket with 3:19 to play proved to be the act that swung the pendulum in the Pirates favor. Down 50-47, Inja Butina was fouled on a drive to the basket by Xavier’s A’riana Gray, who...

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Old buildings pose problems for disabled students
Sep07

Old buildings pose problems for disabled students

  Though two N.J. colleges and two Big East colleges made the ranks of College Choice’s “50 Best Disability Friendly Colleges and Universities,” Seton Hall University did not. Seton Hall deals with a unique set of challenges due to the age of some buildings on campus. Some buildings pre-date the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which “prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in several areas, including...

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Getting technical: Cousins suspension a bad sign in NBA conduct
Mar01

Getting technical: Cousins suspension a bad sign in NBA conduct

In the NBA, technical fouls come about from ‘being extra’ on the court, whether it is due to a hard or unnecessary foul, an out-of-line verbal exchange or comment or simply doing something that does not benefit the natural play of the game. For the former Sacramento King and current New Orleans Pelican center DeMarcus Cousins, his game is all about being extra and over the top. It has been very much apparent over his seven-year NBA...

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Students flock to New Jersey rock carnival 
Oct24

Students flock to New Jersey rock carnival 

The Food Truck and Rock Carnival is an annual event that began in 2015 that captivated thousands of headbangers at First Energy Park on Sept. 30 until Oct. 2 in Lakewood, N.J. despite less than perfect weather conditions. Student Cecelia Henry, a senior economics and finance major, said the event was “awesomely fun” even with the rain. “I was especially excited for Twisted Sister. They didn’t disappoint,” Henry said. The event was...

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