Instagram challenges help students cope through pandemic
Apr01

Instagram challenges help students cope through pandemic

With everyone stuck in their houses during quarantine, many students have said that they have struggled with ways to kill time. Although Seton Hall has transitioned to remote learning where students interact with their peers and professors virtually, some say they are struggling with the amount of anxiety caused by the pandemic overall.  Instagram feeds have been blowing up with a variety of challenges and social media games in...

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Students organizations find silver lining in tumultuous times
Mar27

Students organizations find silver lining in tumultuous times

Imagine gearing up all year for your one shining moment, that one opportunity to serve as a voice for someone who cannot speak for themselves. File photo Imagine that same opportunity erased in a matter of days due to extreme circumstances. The following narrative unfortunately was the case for Seton Hall University’s Brownson Speech and Debate team. In the span of two weeks, this story of event cancellations has become far too common...

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NBA leading the charge in helping communities in dire need
Mar19

NBA leading the charge in helping communities in dire need

Last Wednesday night, following the positive test of Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert, the league suspended its season. Within the National Basketball Association, jobs are created through home games ranging from ticket scanning to selling beer to people that view the action from the front row. Unfortunately, Arena and stadium workers are on the short end of the stick with the suspension of the season. To help aid the people who will not...

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Swimming and Diving teams end season on high note at Big East Championships
Mar12

Swimming and Diving teams end season on high note at Big East Championships

As swimming and diving coach Derek Sapp sends off many decorated seniors at the last event of the season, he is also excited at the potential of the underclassmen. Last week, a combined 15 pirates were named to All-Big East teams. In order for swimmers to be selected, they must have performed well at the Big East Championships, earning a finish of third place or higher. Ben LaClair wrapped up a stellar sophomore season as he led all...

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Women’s basketball in firm position  to control its postseason
Feb27

Women’s basketball in firm position to control its postseason

The Pirates led by one point with 10 seconds left, as Alexis Lewis grabbed a rebound that would seemingly secure a crucial road win at St. John’s last Saturday. St. John’s needed to foul three times before it was over the foul limit and sent Seton Hall to the line. The Pirates inbounded the ball, foul. They inbounded again and are fouled once again. The third inbound was another foul on St. John’s. Photo via SHU Athletics On the...

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Late Game Heroics Not Enough as No. 10 Seton Hall upset at Providence
Feb15

Late Game Heroics Not Enough as No. 10 Seton Hall upset at Providence

No. 10 Seton Hall, once down by as many as 25, stormed back on the road at Providence but saw time run out as the Friars defeated the Pirates 74-68 behind a career-night from Alpha Diallo. The Pirates entered this game 6-0 on the road in the Big East and held opponents to 39 percent field goal shooting in such games. Both teams started off ice cold from the field, going a combined 1-for-12 before Diallo made his first three pointer of...

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Senior column: The solution to election integrity is simple
Feb14

Senior column: The solution to election integrity is simple

Last week, Americans raced to enter their votes for the Iowa Caucuses, and many reacted to the confusion that ensued when it came to tallying votes electronically. Photo via Lorie Shaull – Flickr On Feb. 11, everyone submitted their ballots for the New Hampshire primary the old-fashioned way – via paper and pencil. New Hampshire’s Secretary of State, Bill Gardner, ensured they wanted to keep it secure and simple to eliminate the...

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Men’s golf returns with focus on the 15th club
Feb13

Men’s golf returns with focus on the 15th club

For the four upperclassmen on  the  men’s  golf team,  the desire to  win  more  has been brewing for four years. Alex Chalk, Gregor Tait, Andres Acevedo and  Alex McAuley led  the  naming  of the mental core values for this year’s squad to help them ac- complish team and personal goals. Last   semester,  men’s   golf had one of the highest GPAs among  student  athlete  teams...

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NBA still has adjustments to make to the All-Star Game
Feb06

NBA still has adjustments to make to the All-Star Game

In an effort to make the All-Star game as competitive as it once was, the NBA revamped the selection process and allowed two team captains to select from a 24-player pool. While this changes the future of the game, the league still has to work on the players that make that pool. Player one is averaging more than 27 points on 63.4% shooting to go along with six assists. Photo via NBA.com Player two is has a top-6 scoring average at...

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Combination of youth and experience to lead Tennis in 2020
Jan30

Combination of youth and experience to lead Tennis in 2020

At West Point this weekend, Seton Hall tennis will get a taste of Big East competition as they compete against Georgetown among other schools. With last year’s number two position player, Regina Pitts, transferring, the lineup had to be shifted. Many of last year’s players must now use their experience to acclimate into new roles. The newcomers, two of whom are freshmen, look to make an immediate impact. The two freshmen who will...

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Cross Country program continues to steer in the right direction
Dec05

Cross Country program continues to steer in the right direction

Seton Hall’s men’s and Women’s cross country teams have a lot to hope for, regardless of how results played out at the Big East Championships. On the women’s side, they finished last and had no runner in the top-50 times. Before the meet, Seton Hall had at least multiple top-25 finishers in every event this season. At the beginning of the season, head coach John Moon expected last year’s freshman sensation, Emma Newgarden, to have a...

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Baseball will not always reign supreme in the race for wages
Dec05

Baseball will not always reign supreme in the race for wages

Whether it’s hitting fade-away game-winners to win a playoff series or winning back-to-back titles to end a 40-year drought of postseason success, basketball players are steadily gaining notoriety as they come closer to reaping the fruits of labor that baseball players have. No salary cap, more specifically a luxury tax for those that go over the cap, has given baseball leeway to negotiate however much money they want with a player....

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