Wikipedia editing brings light to gender gap in art history and criticism
Mar12

Wikipedia editing brings light to gender gap in art history and criticism

Although it may seem that everything can be found on Wikipedia, this is not necessarily the case, as many people find women artists underrepresented in comparison to male artists on the popular website. Because of this issue, Brooke Duffy, Coordinator of Instruction Librarian and the Library Liaison to Art and Art History, Women and Gender Studies and Africana Studies, hosted the “Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon” in Walsh Library...

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IT Department urges SHU to update laptops
Feb14

IT Department urges SHU to update laptops

The IT Department has been taking extra measures to maintain the security of Seton Hall’s data and devices. However, some students said despite the emails IT recently sent explaining why the community should update their laptops, they do not update their devices until it is absolutely necessary. Jiaqi Liu, a freshman communications and public relations major, said she does not frequently update her computer. “I only do it when I must...

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Sweet Valentine’s gift ideas for your loved ones
Feb07

Sweet Valentine’s gift ideas for your loved ones

Now that it is February, the added stress of having less than two weeks to find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift is affecting people everywhere. In elementary school, Valentine’s Day was a day where students were given the opportunity to hand out cards and candy to friends and classmates; each person received a Valentine from each person in return. Parents often gave their children cards and candy to express their love and make sure...

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Hindu Student Council aspires to share the faith
Jan24

Hindu Student Council aspires to share the faith

Although Seton Hall is a Catholic university, the school embraces the different cultures and backgrounds of students. This is what influenced Camile Teajman, a junior political science major, to start SHU’s Hindu Student Council. Due to SHU’s diverse population, many clubs and organizations have been created to represent the different groups and cultures present within the Seton Hall community. Although there are already a variety of...

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SHU student bakes up a sweet business
Nov21

SHU student bakes up a sweet business

High school seniors typically do not usually have “start a business” on the top of their to-do lists, but this was not the case for RoseMary Stanchak, who won last year’s High School Pirate’s Pitch. As a senior in high school, Stanchak entered the competition with her cake pop business “Fresh Baked by Rosie.” She was chosen out of more than 250 applicants to compete at Seton Hall for the live presentation round where she took home...

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Phi Beta Sigma seeks to ‘Feed the Streets’
Nov21

Phi Beta Sigma seeks to ‘Feed the Streets’

The Alpha Nu Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has a new initiative, “Feed the Streets,” in which the brothers collect non-perishable, non-expired canned food and water to give to local food pantries feeding Newark residents in need. The fraternity placed cardboard boxes as donation bins near the entrances of residence halls. Phi Beta Sigma are no strangers to community service. Their mission is to establish and achieve the...

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Pumpkin spice and everything nice: PSLs return
Oct24

Pumpkin spice and everything nice: PSLs return

Most people start to think about fall when the leaves begin to change and the air turns crisp, but for Starbucks and Dunkin’, fall begins in late August with the arrival of their signature pumpkin spice lattes, commonly known as PSLs. Dunkin’ was the first of the two companies to bring back the popular drink on Aug. 21. Starbucks followed suit six days later on Aug. 27. Before Labor Day passed, people began to flock to the popular...

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K’ND FUNK: Driving lesson takes an unexpected turn
Oct03

K’ND FUNK: Driving lesson takes an unexpected turn

When going for their six hours to get their learner’s permit, the majority of people would not think that their driving instructor would be their future bandmate. This was the case for David Gonçalves, a junior education major. Gonçalves started to play the saxophone at age 7, and currently has 13 years of experience. After playing in school bands from a young age, Gonçalves began recording his music around age 16, which also happened...

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