Students are ‘falling’ for these food and drink favorites
Oct23

Students are ‘falling’ for these food and drink favorites

With the arrival of autumn, many food establishments have transitioned to seasonal menus, letting fall fanatics indulge in their favorite seasonal treats. From pumpkin spice lattes to the classic apple pie, here’s what Seton Hall students had to say about their fall food and drink picks. Salted Caramel Mocha – Starbucks Lorra de Guzman, a sophomore nursing major, said her go-to drink for the season is the Salted Caramel Mocha from...

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Students have mixed reactions over ‘Mulan’ controversies
Sep22

Students have mixed reactions over ‘Mulan’ controversies

By Catherine San Disney released its live-action remake of “Mulan” on Sept. 4, but Seton Hall students have mixed reactions on whether to watch due to recent controversies surrounding the film. Tanmay Patel, a sophomore financial mathematics major, said he will not be watching the movie due to the latest news surrounding China’s internment of Uyghur Muslims in the country’s Xinjiang region.  “I’ve heard that Disney used the...

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No gym, no problem! Five alternative workouts to stay in shape
Sep10

No gym, no problem! Five alternative workouts to stay in shape

As the Fitness Center reopens at reduced capacity with mandatory reservations, many Seton Hall students have resorted to other methods of staying in shape that do not require going to the gym. Here are five alternative workout techniques that can be done within your home, dorm or outdoors. At-Home Cardio Sarah Laadem, a sophomore elementary education major, said that not much has changed in her workouts since quarantine began. ...

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Here are five ways you can relax during the quarantine
Mar27

Here are five ways you can relax during the quarantine

As students are facing the possibility of having to spend more time social distancing and less time outside their homes, some may find themselves going stir-crazy or with a case of cabin fever. Here are five tips to maintain your mental health during the quarantine. Meditate Siddhi Sundaram, a freshman biology major, shared that meditation and yoga are good ways to unwind. “I just started doing this,” Sundaram said. “But there are a...

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Social distancing for now? More free time? Here’s some things you can finally do
Mar19

Social distancing for now? More free time? Here’s some things you can finally do

With the sudden closure of campus facilities and shift to online classes due to COVID-19, students may find themselves stuck social distancing from their friends at home. Here are five basic activities students can finally do with more free time on their hands: FaceTime Your Friends Rupali Reddy, a freshman biology major, said, “You can always use the internet to FaceTime your friends.” She saidthat being away from friends can be...

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Turn up the beet: SHU students go vegan
Feb28

Turn up the beet: SHU students go vegan

Some students are getting into the trend of plant-based diets as people are changing their lifestyles to become healthier. The Setonian sought out vegans and vegetarians on campus to gauge their opinions on the trend and the journey of changing their diet. Annabella Robb, a sophomore graphic design major, has been vegetarian for two years. Robb said that her diet changed during the summer when the plastic straw ban began gaining...

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How to take care of yourself this Valentine’s Day
Feb14

How to take care of yourself this Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day nears, students may find time to show love not only to their significant others, but also themselves. According to GoodTherapy.com, self-care describes the actions one might take to improve mental and physical health. Here are five tips shared by Seton Hall students on self-care: Treat yourself Charity Diamonon, a senior physics major, said she recommends that students find time to give themselves something you...

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Students share SHUper weird stories of campus
Jan31

Students share SHUper weird stories of campus

Correction: This piece has been edited to remove a reporting error. College life is a mixed bag, full of diverse students, fun memories, new friends and, of course, wacky stories. Some students shared the craziest things they have seen on campus, including but not limited to the Green, the classroom and the cafeteria. Isabella Somera, a junior biochemistry major, has found that the most out of ordinary sighting she’s found at Seton...

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Intramural sports give a sense of community
Jan31

Intramural sports give a sense of community

While not all students play varsity sports for Seton Hall, they can remain active and represent Seton Hall in competition at the intramural level. Kathy Matta, the senior associate athletics director for recreational services, oversees all intramural programs. “We run our intramural programs throughout the year,” Matta said. “First semester [has] flag football, Madden football, 5K run, co-recreational volleyball and dodgeball. Second...

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If SHU just believes: Students and professor share thoughts on Santa
Dec06

If SHU just believes: Students and professor share thoughts on Santa

Christmas is around the corner and students have given more attention to one famous figure that the holiday has come to love: Santa Claus. Thomas Rzeznik, an associate professor for the Department of History, shared the origins of Santa in the United States. “The figure of Santa Claus is really this remarkable combination of stories and legends,” Rzeznik said. “So, the Santa that we have today is sort of a mashup of religious figures...

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Astrology: Does our fate truly lie in the stars?
Nov07

Astrology: Does our fate truly lie in the stars?

People have often let their horoscopes guide them through daily life. As horoscopes are a popular medium in social media and online articles, compatibility between people is now being determined by star signs. The debate over astrology’s accuracy of personality readings and predictions has sparked students to consider just how much the stars impact their lives. Ethan Hom, a freshman nursing major, expressed his doubts about...

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MSA wears pink hijabs for breast cancer awareness
Nov01

MSA wears pink hijabs for breast cancer awareness

Students joined the Muslim Student Association (MSA) on the Green in raising awareness for breast cancer during its annual Pink Hijab Day. On Oct. 24, MSA greeted students with pink wristbands and a bake sale. As October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the club participated by raising money and collecting donations for Sisters By Choice, an organization that provides medical services for uninsured and underserved women. Roba...

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