Seton Hall still not a smoke-free zone
Sep12

Seton Hall still not a smoke-free zone

The Seton Hall bookstore sells cigarettes, despite the health risk that they present, and as a result students on campus are asking why. The CDC published a study on June 22, 2018 which states, “Each year in the United States, cigarette smoking causes an estimated 480,000 deaths, including approximately 41,000 deaths from secondhand smoke exposure among nonsmoking adults. Smoke-free policies protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke...

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SHU club seeks to address social issues
Sep10

SHU club seeks to address social issues

The Seton Hall Youth Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) is an outlet for students to voice their own opinions on political issues. Although they are not officially recognized on campus yet, YDSA is working to establish their presence and fight for more radical changes. Essence Williams, a sophomore history major and the club’s treasurer said, “DSA is one of the fastest growing organizations in America now, and it’s popping up on...

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SHU investigates alleged abuse at seminaries
Sep06

SHU investigates alleged abuse at seminaries

Seton Hall University has hired Newark law firm Gibbons P.C. to independently investigate sex abuse allegations that “may have involved seminarians” at both the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology and the College Seminary at Saint Andrew’s Hall on the South Orange campus, according to Dr. Mary Meehan, Seton Hall’s interim president. “Among the many disgraceful incidents that have shaken our collective...

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Fall at the Hall: Autumn action approaching
Jun19

Fall at the Hall: Autumn action approaching

Soon, school will be back in session, which means the beginning of what is to be a long year for Seton Hall Athletics. With the fall sports season right around the corner, take a look at where each team stands heading into 2018: Women’s Soccer: Nick Santoriello The Seton Hall women’s soccer team will hope to bounce back from a tough season last fall. Entering his fifth season at the helm, head coach Rick Stainton will look to improve...

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‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers
May02

‘Miscast Cabaret’ breaks gender and race barriers

The Seton Hall Theater Council has created its own version of a cabaret to highlight how different actors and actresses are able to perform unfamiliar songs. Tia Robbins, a junior theatre major and performer, said the “Miscast Cabaret” is a one-night event featuring Seton Hall students performing songs they would never be cast in because of age, gender, race, voice or body type. Robbins said the songs were all chosen by students and...

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Strong season points to bright future for  women’s golf
Apr25

Strong season points to bright future for women’s golf

With a newly appointed head coach and a young squad, the Seton Hall women’s golf team could have been forgiven for taking a year or two to adjust to the new environment surrounding the program. Instead, the Pirates won three team events and several individual titles, improving upon the previous year to take home second place at the Big East Championship and cap a triumphant 2017-18 campaign. “As a coach and as a team, especially in...

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Nursing alumni share post-grad experiences
Apr25

Nursing alumni share post-grad experiences

On April 5, the College of Nursing at Seton Hall University sponsored its first alumni panel of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) graduates, who work professionally in the industry and have two to three years of experience. During the panel, each panelist gave the audience an introduction about themselves and discussed their post-college experiences in the workforce. The event provided current students with real-life experiences...

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After losing six seniors, Seton Hall softball’s youth movement leads the way
Apr11

After losing six seniors, Seton Hall softball’s youth movement leads the way

Replacing six seniors is difficult for any collegiate softball team, But when three of those seniors are among a team’s top five in batting average and one has the second-lowest ERA of any pitcher, it is easy to see how a team might find it especially challenging to fill those gaps. Seton Hall’s softball team found itself in that exact situation entering the 2018 season. Despite the holes the players’ departure left for coach Paige...

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Jesse McCartney and KYLE get SHU community ‘jumping’
Mar22

Jesse McCartney and KYLE get SHU community ‘jumping’

On March 16, Seton Hall University’s Main Lounge was filled with music both old and new, with musicians Jesse McCartney and KYLE featured in this year’s Spring Concert. Many students remembered McCartney from their younger days, singing along to his song ‘Beautiful Soul,’ which was a hit in 2004. McCartney, who opened the show, said that coming to SHU was important to him because many of his fans are in college. McCartney said he took...

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Denver group aims to revitalize jazz for students
Mar22

Denver group aims to revitalize jazz for students

A group of eight high school students brought musical energy on stage as they performed a series of classic jazz performances at the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC). Their March 20 show was part of the Seton Hall University Art Council’s Jazz ‘n the Hall series. The students are known as the Denver Jazz Club Youth All-Stars, a high school jazz ensemble from Denver. Since 2009, the group has performed across the country at...

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SHU students participate in March for Our Lives
Mar17

SHU students participate in March for Our Lives

Seton Hall students will participate in the March for Our Lives on Saturday, March 24 in New York City. The Student Government Association (SGA) is helping mobilize students to attend. March for Our Lives is a nationwide protest against gun violence. According to the March for Our Lives website, participants “will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority, and that we end gun violence in our schools...

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Golf’s cries have been answered, Tiger is back and competitive
Mar15

Golf’s cries have been answered, Tiger is back and competitive

Decades from now, every young golfer will only be able to hear and read about the legend of Eldrick Woods, the man universally known as “Tiger.” They will hear of his dominance: how he once won seven majors in a three-year span. They will hear of the fear he struck in opponents, how golfers regularly averaged higher scores out of pure intimidation of playing next to Tiger. They will also hear of his poise, how he won his first Masters...

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