Msgr. Liddy to retire from Seton Hall come August
Mar11

Msgr. Liddy to retire from Seton Hall come August

As of Aug. 1, Monsignor Richard Liddy is retiring from his position as the Director of the Center for Catholic Studies. Liddy will still continue to teach here at Seton Hall University, according to Seton Hall Interim Provost Karen Borof. Photo via Flickr ​Liddy has served as the Director of the Center for Catholic Studies since its founding in 1997. He attended Seton Hall Preparatory School in 1952 and then received his bachelor’s in...

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University opens new Core center in Mooney Hall
Feb27

University opens new Core center in Mooney Hall

Seton Hall University officially opened its new Core center located in Mooney Hall 339 on Feb. 14. The Core center will provide faculty tutoring in Core I and Core II classes. File Photo “Help for the Journey” an event that took place in Fall 2018 and “Help for the Journey and Core II” in Spring 2019 were successful events that served the same purpose as the new Core center according to Nancy Enright, the Director of Core. This event...

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SHUNA ranks 12th in the nation
Jan30

SHUNA ranks 12th in the nation

According to the website, Best Delegate for Model United Nations, Seton Hall University’s United Nations Association (SHUNA) has recently ranked 12th in the nation ahead of Columbia, Yale and Princeton for their Model United Nations team. File photo According to Courtney Smith, the faculty advisor for SHUNA, this is the highest that the team has been ranked since it was founded in 1999. Entering the academic school year, the team was...

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SGA spearheads Village Relations Committee
Dec05

SGA spearheads Village Relations Committee

​The Student Government Association recently started pushing for a new initiative to form a student government coalition amongst other New Jersey colleges and universities and their student governments. ​This initiative is being spearheaded by Santiago Cabrera, a sophomore economy and finance major who is the head of the Village Relations Committee in SGA, along with the rest of the Village Relations Committee. Matthew Quarles / Staff...

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DOVE will host its “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week”
Nov21

DOVE will host its “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week”

The Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE), will be hosting their annual “Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week” this year from Nov. 17 to 22. This is a week of service opportunities aimed at raising awareness and helping those who are homeless and hungry this Thanksgiving season. Photo via Facebook/Dove Seton Hall According to the Seton Hall University website, this year’s series of drives and initiatives are going to be a part of the...

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Legendary labor activist Dolores Huerta speaks at Seton Hall
Oct24

Legendary labor activist Dolores Huerta speaks at Seton Hall

On Oct. 20, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute hosted an Afternoon with Dolores Huerta, an icon fighting for change by the Latino Institute. Kegan Melancon/Staff photographer The event began with a performance from the Seton Hall University Choir directed by Dr. Jason Tramm. Huerta gave a short lecture followed by a Q and A moderated by PBS and CNN host Alicia Menendez. Menendez featured this question and answer segment with Huerta...

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SHU celebrates anti-hazing week
Oct07

SHU celebrates anti-hazing week

The Seton Hall University community, especially the Greek organizations on campus, celebrated National Hazing Prevention Week, a period of education and awareness. On a national average, 55% of college students involved in some sort of organization have reported being hazed. According to Hank Nuwer, a journalism professor at Franklin College, 40 students have died from hazing-related accidents in the United States in the past decade....

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University implements electronic parking permit system
Sep19

University implements electronic parking permit system

This fall Seton Hall implemented a new electronic parking permit system called NuPark, has been implemented for the South Orange campus. The new parking permit system allows a vehicle’s license plate to become the permit, eliminating the need for physical parking passes for long term permits. Short term passes, however, such as daily and overnight passes are still physical passes. File photo According to the Ann Szipszky, the Parking...

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University implements electronic parking permit system
Sep18

University implements electronic parking permit system

This fall Seton Hall implemented a new electronic parking permit system called NuPark, has been implemented for the South Orange campus. File photo The new parking permit system allows a vehicle’s license plate to become the permit, eliminating the need for physical parking passes for long term permits. Short term passes, however, such as daily and overnight passes are still physical passes. According to the Ann Szipszky, the Parking...

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Stress management sessions offer relief to SHU
Apr24

Stress management sessions offer relief to SHU

The Human Resources Department at Seton Hall hosted the first installment of a three-part series on stress management on April 10. The department is hosting three sessions that deal with how to handle stress, according to the Seton Hall events page. The stress management sessions take place in the Beck Rooms A and B from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. Russo said that stress management sessions provide physical techniques for employees to use....

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SHU library opens after-hours study room
Mar27

SHU library opens after-hours study room

As of March 18, the after-hours study room in the library is officially open. The room is located on the second floor of the library next to Dunkin’ Donuts. The opening was announced on the Seton Hall Libraries twitter, @SHU_Libraries and on their blog. The study room is open 24 hours a day and seven days a week for current Seton Hall University students. The room features several group tables with seating, individual desks, couches,...

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Limited supply of Josh Peck event tickets upsets students
Feb27

Limited supply of Josh Peck event tickets upsets students

Seton Hall’s Student Activity Board (SAB) announced on Instagram that they will be hosting a comedy event featuring Josh Peck on March 1 in the Main Lounge. Several students were upset that the tickets quickly sold out. Mikaela Battaglia, a social and behavioral science major, expressed her anger about the limited supply of tickets. File Photo “I am upset because about two hours after the post came out, they were already sold out,”...

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