What to watch while many TV programs halt production
Mar27

What to watch while many TV programs halt production

Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, hundreds of television programs have suspended production in order to combat the spread of the disease. With thousands of students bunkered down in their homes, glued to television and computer screens, it may seem to some that there will be nothing to watch for the foreseeable future. According to The Los Angeles Times, shows like “America’s Got Talent” will end the production of their fifteenth season...

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Local boutique focuses on sustainable fashion, gives back to community
Mar12

Local boutique focuses on sustainable fashion, gives back to community

Sadie’s has been the go-to boutique for some students in South Orange for about three years. Located at 65 Valley St., Sadie’s sells women’s and men’s clothing and home goods from local suppliers who work toward a sustainable future. Catherine Fisher, the owner of the boutique, explained Sadie’s mission and what the store is all about. “We focus on philanthropic and ethical brands,” Fisher said. “These are brands that are made with...

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Pop Smoke: young Brooklyn rapper gone too soon
Feb28

Pop Smoke: young Brooklyn rapper gone too soon

The 20-year-old Brooklyn rapper Bashar “Pop Smoke” Jackson was killed on Feb. 19 in the Hollywood Hills in what appeared to be a home invasion-robbery. Jackson’s songs include “Welcome to the Party,” which was on Pitchfork’s list of Best Rap Songs of 2019, and “Gatti,” which appeared on Cactus Jack Records’ debut album “JackBoys.” Students shared their favorite tracks from the late rapper, who some found to be a fresh face in the...

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Dating apps: is it truly love at first swipe?
Feb14

Dating apps: is it truly love at first swipe?

Dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Hinge provide a location-based service that allows its users to express their romantic interest for other users on the app. On Tinder, it is as simple as swiping right when you find someone attractive and swiping left to move on to the next person. Seton Hall students shared their general thoughts on online dating. “I don’t use it that much to be honest,” William Kubrak, a junior communications...

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62nd Grammys hits some high and low notes
Feb07

62nd Grammys hits some high and low notes

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on Jan. 26 in Los Angeles. The ceremony turned out to be a historic night for one artist in particular. Billie Eilish, an 18-year old pop artist, was nominated for six Grammys and won five. Eilish also became the first woman to ever sweep the “Big Four” Grammys, winning Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist. When asked about the musically-inclined...

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SHU talks TikTok: What’s the buzz with the trending app?
Jan24

SHU talks TikTok: What’s the buzz with the trending app?

On Aug. 1, 2018, musical.ly and TikTok united to create “the world’s number one go-to destination for short-form video content.” Since then, according to CNN Business, “ByteDance, the Beijing-based startup behind TikTok,” has amassed more than one billion monthly active users across its apps. Despite the company’s growing presence, one Seton Hall student is hesitant to associate himself with the app. “I don’t have a TikTok because of...

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The 2010s are over: Students share 2020 vision
Dec06

The 2010s are over: Students share 2020 vision

The premiere and finale of HBO’s Game of Thrones, two royal weddings, endless superhero movies and kneeling protests are all significant events that occurred during the 2010s. In the second decade of the third millennium, the rise of smartphones and social media took place, same-sex marriage became legal in the United States and several natural disasters affected countless countries around the world. With the decade coming to an end,...

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