BayLeaf brings Indian cuisine to South Orange
Sep25

BayLeaf brings Indian cuisine to South Orange

Students at Seton Hall have access to a variety of different restaurants in the South Orange Village, including BayLeaf Redefined Indian Cuisine, which offers buffet-style lunch hours and sit-down dinners. Photo by Marie Leone Austin Williams, the store manager, explained how BayLeaf got its start. “There was an Indian restaurant that occupied this space before us, and when they closed down, we took the opportunity to take this space...

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Seton Hall nursing students and faculty provide unique insights into pandemic
Sep16

Seton Hall nursing students and faculty provide unique insights into pandemic

Seton Hall students and faculty in the College of Nursing shared their stories and thoughts on being a future health care worker during the COVID-19 pandemic. Caroline Pascasio, a sophomore nursing major, said her drive to become a nurse has remained steadfast in the face of the pandemic. She said she always knew she wanted to enter a field where she could help other people and feel as though she was having a direct impact on their...

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Newly recognized healthcare club makes strides amid pandemic
Jun11

Newly recognized healthcare club makes strides amid pandemic

The Health Occupations Students of America – Future Health Professionals (HOSA-FHP) chapter at Seton Hall was officially chartered this spring. The executive board explained that it is not just a club for students who aspire to be healthcare workers or work in health-related fields, but also for those who want to help others. “I was president [of my high school HOSA chapter] back in senior year, and I was heavily involved in HOSA...

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Campus life is dead, but not the activities
Apr30

Campus life is dead, but not the activities

SAB continues hosting activities for SHU students online It’s springtime at Seton Hall. The campus is transitioning from hiding under a dull gray haze for the past four months. The Green is returning to its vibrant form that makes it the centerpiece of a small South Orange campus.  As flowers bloom at the feet of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, she watches the students outside, chatting and laughing with each other. One group of...

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Diplomacy school hosts event to talk peacefully
Feb21

Diplomacy school hosts event to talk peacefully

On Feb. 14, the School of Diplomacy hosted Eli McCarthy, professor of Justice and Peace Studies at Georgetown University. McCarthy led a conference on non-violent conflict (NVC) and how it can help people not only in diplomatic situations but also in everyday interactions. As opposed to a four-hour lecture or a panel of experts talking, McCarthy took an interactive approach, allowing the participants in the conference to take part in...

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Campus Ministry has ‘gouda’ time with grilled cheese
Feb14

Campus Ministry has ‘gouda’ time with grilled cheese

Every other Wednesday, Campus Ministry hosts a free grilled cheese lunch in the lower level of Boland Hall. Campus Ministry began Grilled Cheese Wednesdays last semester after opening its new student lounge in the lower level of Boland Hall. Kaitlyn Quinn, the Campus Ministry graduate assistant, and others in Campus Ministry organize it. “Grilled Cheese Wednesdays are a great chance for our students – many of whom are commuters – to...

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Bailamos: New club brings dancers together
Feb07

Bailamos: New club brings dancers together

This semester, Unidos Bailamos is the newest addition to many cultural and activity-based clubs at Seton Hall. The club was founded by Diamond Vasquez, a sophomore accounting major who has dancing experience in hip hop, ballet, tap and ballroom dancing. Vasquez explained what piqued her interest in creating this club and her plans for the organization. “I know that there are a lot of dance teams and clubs already on campus, but there...

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‘New World Water’ exhibit makes a splash
Nov15

‘New World Water’ exhibit makes a splash

Corrections: This article has several errors. First, The Setonian incorrectly identified Samantha Becker as Samantha Decker. Second, in paragraph 5, the word should be “immigrant,” not “migrant.” The artist Nancy Crasco, was misidentified as Nancy Cohen. In paragraph 7, the art piece was identified incorrectly as “Waterfalls,” when it should be written as “Water falls.” In paragraph 12, the artist’s name should be Kimberly Parra, not...

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Students share mixed thoughts on vaping
Oct31

Students share mixed thoughts on vaping

While electronic cigarettes are marketed for those trying to quit smoking actual cigarettes, controversy surrounding the e-cigarettes has swept the nation as deaths related to lung disease have resulted from them. Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on smoking e-cigarettes. In September, New Jersey Gov. Murphy’s e-cigarette task force tried to find the appropriate response to the issue of young people vaping. Since then, the...

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Upcoming poetry event to celebrate faith, culture and identity
Oct25

Upcoming poetry event to celebrate faith, culture and identity

On Nov. 14, Seton Hall will host “The Living Word Project,” an event where people will perform original poems celebrating their faith, culture and identity in the Theatre-in-the-Round as part of International Celebration Month. Featured artists include but are not limited to poets, spoken word artists and emcees. The event is being put together by communications professor Angela Kariotis, who has been recognized across the world for...

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SAB makes Commuter Week worth the drive
Oct10

SAB makes Commuter Week worth the drive

The Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted their annual Commuter Week, which consisted of a full week of programs geared towards those that commute to school. The week included events like the International Food Truck Festival, which featured six different trucks with cuisines from across the globe, and the “BAE-GOALS” event, at which fresh bagels were served on the parking deck. They also had “TGI FRY-day,” in which SAB assembled on...

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Diplomacy majors visit U.N. Youth Climate Summit
Oct03

Diplomacy majors visit U.N. Youth Climate Summit

On Sept. 21, the United Nations hosted the first Youth Climate Summit, featuring climate activists and world leaders to discuss the ways that countries could reduce emissions and find eco-friendly solutions without harming their country. Diplomacy majors who attended the summit shared their experience with The Setonian. Jacob Abel, a senior diplomacy major, attended the Summit. “I got the opportunity to attend the summit after being...

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