SHU gets ready for Election Day
Oct18

SHU gets ready for Election Day

With Midterms on Nov. 6, Election Day is on the Horizon. Seton Hall will have a polling location downstairs in the Walsh Library. With the date looming, students are making an effort to energize others to vote and have their voices heard. According to the The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) Campus Report, Seton Hall’s 2016 voting rate for the presidential elections was 60.7 percent. Currently, the university...

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MSA spreads cultural awareness
Sep26

MSA spreads cultural awareness

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) at hosted their “Muslims Around the World” event in the Main Lounge on Sept. 24 to celebrate and spread awareness of the diversity of Muslims across the globe. The event was open to all students and featured traditional Muslim food from several different countries, as well as cultural performances. Some guests showed up dressed in traditional Muslim clothing to truly get into the spirit. MSA said...

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity
Sep19

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates diversity

The Seton Hall Latino community is uniting to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with events beginning Sept. 15 and ending on Oct. 15. According to Stephanie Macias-Arlington, the executive director of the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute, the Seton Hall Latino community came together to shape a truly inclusive and engaging set of events. She said student groups like Adelante, the official Latino organization on campus, and Greek Life...

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Cadet defies language barriers in Senegal
Sep13

Cadet defies language barriers in Senegal

Casey Bischoff, a junior diplomacy major and ROTC cadet, traveled to Senegal in June to participate in an outreach program after being selected by the Cultural Understanding and Leadership Program (CULP.) According to Capt. Calvin Johnson, an assistant professor of military science in S3 operations, the application process for CULP was rigorous. Bischoff said that CULP is a highly competitive national program, in which 2,000 students...

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SHU club seeks to address social issues
Sep10

SHU club seeks to address social issues

The Seton Hall Youth Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) is an outlet for students to voice their own opinions on political issues. Although they are not officially recognized on campus yet, YDSA is working to establish their presence and fight for more radical changes. Essence Williams, a sophomore history major and the club’s treasurer said, “DSA is one of the fastest growing organizations in America now, and it’s popping up on...

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SHUNA offers debate and friendship

The Seton Hall United Nations Association (SHUNA) debates topics that address global issues, both historical and current, in a very similar fashion to actual United Nations committees. According to club members, SHUNA involves thorough research, intense collaboration and critical thinking skills executed through public speaking, writing and debating. The team competes with students from different universities in order to mimic the...

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School of Theology looks to future with first female dean
May02

School of Theology looks to future with first female dean

Dr. Maria Pascuzzi is the first female associate dean for undergraduate students in the School of Theology. Since starting her job on July 1, 2017, Pascuzzi said she has enjoyed her role of advising students and guiding them on the right path. Emma Coulter, a senior theology major, said she sees Pascuzzi as a compassionate, reliable adviser. “She genuinely cares about my education and how I’m doing,” Coulter said. “She makes me feel...

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Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency
Apr25

Student spreads the wealth with cryptocurrency

It is no secret that college students have a reputation for being broke. However, Vanessa Colmenares, a biochemistry, molecular biology and philosophy major, recently got involved with a new way to make money by investing in cryptocurrency through Forex. According to CoinTelegraph, cryptocurrency is “a digital or virtual currency designed to work as a medium of exchange.” Transactions are verified through the use of cryptography. They...

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Author shares world observations with students
Apr11

Author shares world observations with students

Acclaimed author Heidi Julavits wsoke about her wide variety of work in the Poetry-in-the-Round on April 4. Cara Adams, an assistant professor of English and director of Poetry-in-the-Round, gave Julavits a warm welcome and shared a short synopsis of Julavits’ works and accomplishments before Julavits held the floor. Julavits has written four novels. According to the Seton Hall website, her work, “The Vanishers,” is a The New York...

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Scholars look to enhance learning with tech
Apr05

Scholars look to enhance learning with tech

The HASTAC Scholars fellowship program has chosen three students to be a part of their program. Luis Alicea, Ashley Wilson and Robert Del Mauro will present their research proposals on April 11 in Space 154 of the Walsh Library. The Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) is an organization seeking to find inventive ways to introduce teaching and learning methods to students. The program is highly...

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SHU recognizes Dean Karen Van Norman as Woman of the Year
Mar22

SHU recognizes Dean Karen Van Norman as Woman of the Year

In an age that seems to advocate fervently for strong women leaders, Dean Karen Van Norman, the associate vice president and dean of students, stands as one of SHU’s strong leaders, having been voted the 2018 Emma G. Quartaro Woman of the Year. Both colleagues and students alike have gotten to know Van Norman through her immense involvement in various organizations throughout the University. Van Norman said she is honored by the...

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Theatre Council preps for first One Act Fest
Mar17

Theatre Council preps for first One Act Fest

Seton Hall’s Theatre Council is hosting its first One Act Festival, a performance of student-directed short plays which will be held Friday, April 6 at 8 p.m. in the Theatre-in-the-Round. Students have the opportunity to participate as a director, a playwright or an actor. Samantha Dyar, a sophomore theatre major and the vice president of Theatre Council said, “Theatre Council really wants the theatre program here to be a safe space...

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