Neves: Keep Moving Forward
Sep14

Neves: Keep Moving Forward

My mother gave my father one demand before he stepped out of the delivery room to run to the store, ‘Make sure you are not late to your child’s birth’. Sure enough, my father ended up being late by a couple seconds as he ran to a nearby sporting goods store to grab me a soccer ball that I could hold onto as I was born. This little story is the epitome of how important soccer has been to me in my life, and how there are many moments in...

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NFL penalties have gone too far

Nothing is quite like the first week of the NFL season. The sound of NFL Red Zone on the television, perhaps a party to start off the year. It’s the only time all season that each team has an equal shot at winning it all. Yes, even Browns fans have reason to be excited. However, there is one thing that can ruin the fun in any game – referees. Referees have always had an impact on the game. Nobody is perfect, so errors will undoubtedly...

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Treatment of cheerleaders  illustrates sexism in NFL
Apr11

Treatment of cheerleaders illustrates sexism in NFL

It is no secret that gender inequality is a common issue in American society, especially in the workplace. This issue is not limited to certain industries, including sports, where professional leagues like the NFL are on the forefront of culture. On March 25, The New York Times released a story detailing the firing of New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis. Davis claims she was fired for posting a picture of herself in a...

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For the price we pay, our food should be better
Feb08

For the price we pay, our food should be better

Living on campus, many college students are limited to what they can eat, choosing from only the food in the dining hall or the few other options on campus, like Dunkin’ Donuts or the Pirate’s Cove. The food choices students have are not always the healthiest, either. In college cafeterias, many options are available, however, many choose the pizza, fries and cookies over the salad bar. Universities need to do a better job of...

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A confident Carrington holds invaluable weight for Seton Hall
Feb07

A confident Carrington holds invaluable weight for Seton Hall

Seton Hall is full of players that can change a game. Angel Delgado can dominate a team inside. Myles Powell can shoot unconsciously from three. Desi Rodriguez can take advantage of any matchup. The missing link has been Khadeen Carrington, who has been quiet offensively this season compared to numbers he has put up in the past. Heading into the Jan. 31 matchup against Providence, the senior had made just one three-pointer in his last...

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Powell shows no sophomore slump
Nov15

Powell shows no sophomore slump

One year ago, on Nov. 17, 2016, in only his third game at Seton Hall, Myles Powell was heading into a hostile environment for the first time in his collegiate career. Nobody knew what to expect from Powell heading into that night, but the Trenton native showed everyone why Kevin Willard and his staff brought him to Seton Hall, dropping 26 points in a decisive 91-83 victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes. From that point on, Powell not only...

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New gym equipment leaves students wanting more
Jan26

New gym equipment leaves students wanting more

The Richie Regan Recreational and Athletic Center is starting off 2017 with some brand new cardio equipment. All of the old bicycles, treadmills and elliptical machines have been replaced with newer machines that have updated television systems. Additional climbers have been added to the collection, along with several rowing machines.   Kathy Matta, associate athletics director for Recreational Services, said that all of the cardio...

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Grade watchers turned weight watchers
Nov11

Grade watchers turned weight watchers

  Seton Hall’s Weight Watchers program, offered every Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. for SHU faculty and staff, focuses on creating a safe and sustainable way to achieve overall well-being. Ileana Farris, who helped organize the group at SHU two years ago, spends five days a week working at Seton Hall University’s Human Resources department where she plans, researches and analyzes benefit programs for faculty and staff. However...

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