Matt Toke a game changer as SHU baseball heats up
Apr26

Matt Toke a game changer as SHU baseball heats up

After a fluctuating start to the season, it seems like the Seton Hall baseball team has finally found consistency at just the right time. The Pirates are on a six-game winning streak after defeating Saint Peter’s on Wednesday, April 26 and with that, the inconsistent offense and pitching that has plagued this team all season has seemed to subside this past week. During the winning streak, the Pirates are averaging more than nine runs...

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Women’s basketball keeping up morale over six-game skid
Jan18

Women’s basketball keeping up morale over six-game skid

Making three straight NCAA Tournament appearances is not an easy task. Now, more than ever, that feat seems increasingly unlikely for the Seton Hall women’s basketball team. After all that Tabatha Richardson-Smith did during her time at Seton Hall, as well as the contributions of transfers Aleesha Powell and Shakena Richardson last season, and the duo of Daisha and Ka-Diedre Simmons the year before that, head coach Tony Bozzella...

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Desi Rodriguez heating up in Big East play
Jan18

Desi Rodriguez heating up in Big East play

Desi Rodriguez is using Big East play to get into his shooting groove. After averaging 14.3 points per game in non-conference play this season, the junior forward has jumped to an average of 21.0 points per game in Big East action. Once conference play hit, Rodriguez became the familiar scoring weapon that Seton Hall fans love, a threat from beyond the arc and a harmer of the hoop. After a slow start from three this season, Rodriguez...

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Students bring UNF’s Girl Up to campus
Apr20

Students bring UNF’s Girl Up to campus

The United Nations-partnered organization Girl Up at Seton Hall continues to attract student involvement for the fall 2016 semester after its first interest meeting on April 7. The first interest meeting gathered about 20 students interested in joining Girl Up on campus, one of which was a male, according to Cheyenne Crawford, president, and Kristal Corona, vice president. Crawford, a junior political science major, and Corona, a...

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Sprint to the finish line with tips on fighting senioritis
Apr20

Sprint to the finish line with tips on fighting senioritis

Finals are just around the corner and with nice weather on the way, fatigue and laziness are starting to set in. For those of you gearing up to graduate, this tiredness might be hitting you extra hard and you may find yourself just praying for the end of the semester. It might be tough but we must find a way to finish out strong. If you doubt your ability to do so, here is a how-to guide to survive the end of the semester and beat...

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Surfs Up: Enter SHU surfer boy’s world, ride the waves and the Subway
Apr20

Surfs Up: Enter SHU surfer boy’s world, ride the waves and the Subway

Each morning he puts on his swim trunks and muscle tee, slides his feet smoothly into his flip flops and grabs his surfboard as he heads out the door. Step after step, he is on his way to catch some waves, but first, he must catch a New York City’s Subway train to get to his oasis in Far Rockaway, Queens. Elden, a sophomore diplomacy and international relations and economics major, said as a swimmer in high school, he is no stranger...

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