Oh, ‘eye’ see you: tips for choosing best eyewear
Mar12

Oh, ‘eye’ see you: tips for choosing best eyewear

Accessories are essential elements many people use to add flair to their outfits and sense of style. Whether students wear glasses for prescription or personality, many are looking for glasses that match their aesthetic style.  Here are five tips shared by Seton Hall students for choosing the best eyewear: Find Frames That Fit Your Face Nicole Spohn, a sophomore elementary education major, said that you should always think of the...

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Dual degree program is a two-for-one special
Feb28

Dual degree program is a two-for-one special

Students in the dual degree program at Seton Hall are admitted into a program that allows them to pursue their undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously while offering them an accelerated course to graduate school. The University offers dual degree programs in a variety of schools and majors, including communications, sciences, foreign languages, political sciences, English and education. Kaitlin Neiswenter, a dual degree...

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Sarah Gambito cooks up poetry at SHU
Feb14

Sarah Gambito cooks up poetry at SHU

On Feb. 4, Poetry-in-the-Round hosted Asian American poet Sarah Gambito in the Faculty Lounge. Gambito read excerpts from her most recent book, “Loves You,” which mixes recipes from her Filipino culture into poetry. She received an invitation to read at Poetry-in-the-Round from series director Cara Adams. Adams, an assistant professor for the department of English, has been the director of Poetry-in-the-Round since 2017. “Since taking...

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Students dish on latest season of ‘The Bachelor’
Jan31

Students dish on latest season of ‘The Bachelor’

On Jan. 6, the 24th season of “The Bachelor” premiered with Peter Weber, the third runner-up of the 15th season of the “Bachelorette,” as 24 women compete for his hand in marriage. The first season of “The Bachelor” aired in 2002, and the popular show has continued its run with spinoffs, like “The Bachelorette,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” “Bachelor Pad” and “The Bachelor Winter Games.” Every week, contestants seek to impress the bachelor...

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Students spill tea on Royal Family drama
Jan24

Students spill tea on Royal Family drama

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, garnered international attention after deciding to step down as senior members of the royal family on Jan. 8. The decision to step down from their royal duties may have seemed sudden to some, but to others it did not come as much of a surprise. Markle has made public statements about how the coverage has impacted their mental health. Cassandra Kaba, a junior political...

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Seton Hall students ring in the Christmas spirit
Dec06

Seton Hall students ring in the Christmas spirit

With the semester coming to an end, many Seton Hall students are not only looking forward to the end of exam week, but also the celebration of Christmas as they prepare to go home for winter break. Students shared some things they do to get in the holiday spirit. For many, Christmas is their favorite time of the year, and that is true for many students in the Seton Hall community. The festive spirit that the Christmas season brings...

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Art, interactive, multimedia design majors make their mark
Nov07

Art, interactive, multimedia design majors make their mark

Art, design and interactive multimedia majors shared their unique experiences in the classroom and about an ordinary day while pursuing an innovative career. Many students find that this major gives one the ability to hone their skills as an artist through technology pushing them to be innovators in social and commercial design practices. Some believe that this major offers chances for students to workshop their work and allotting...

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SHU Theatre perform Shakespeare at SOPAC
Oct31

SHU Theatre perform Shakespeare at SOPAC

The Seton Hall Theatre Program performed Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” at the South Orange Performing Arts Center from Oct. 24-27. Auditions for the play started the first week of September, although the play had already been chosen the previous semester. The first audition was a casting call followed by an unconventional script reading for the callbacks. “The audition experience was different because everyone was...

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Business frat builds leadership and brotherhood
Sep26

Business frat builds leadership and brotherhood

Alpha Kappa Psi, the professional business fraternity, cultivates its members to be leaders as they become professionals entering the workforce and offers a brotherhood that brings life-long friends. As a business fraternity, its aim is to develop its members into professional business leaders by teaching them skills useful in any profession. The organization’s vision statement is, “Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier...

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