Registered to vote in Essex County? Here is how to cast your ballot
Oct15

Registered to vote in Essex County? Here is how to cast your ballot

With just 19 days until the 2020 election, The Setonian has compiled a guide on how to vote in Essex County and its neighboring counties. New Jersey voters can decide to vote in-person or by mail this election. Several polling places throughout Essex County have been established, including Seton Hall’s Walsh Library and Newark’s “super polling site” at Prudential Center. The polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. on Nov. 3. The...

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Peer tutoring shifts online as pandemic shuts down face-to-face tutoring sessions
Oct06

Peer tutoring shifts online as pandemic shuts down face-to-face tutoring sessions

Despite the limitation on in-person meetings due to COVID-19, Seton Hall’s peer tutors are continuing to serve their students remotely and finding new ways to connect with them. “Our purpose is to provide academic support, making sure notes are done so that students are actually understanding what they’re learning,” Ana Sanchez, a junior biology major and peer tutor, said of her role. “We try to be available for students and make sure...

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Professors adjust to new teaching formats this semester
Sep14

Professors adjust to new teaching formats this semester

By Victoria Rossi Now that some students have returned to campus for the fall semester, professors are adapting to the new teaching formats implemented by Seton Hall to limit the spread of COVID-19. Professors are teaching their classes either through the HyFlex model, a combination of in-person and online learning, or fully online. They are using tools such as Microsoft Teams and Blackboard to hold their lectures.  All...

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New SAAC e-board looks forward to successful, albeit strange, year
Sep14

New SAAC e-board looks forward to successful, albeit strange, year

By Matt Collins The Seton Hall athletic department announced its newly elected 2020-21 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) executive board via Twitter on Aug. 28.  Mike Esposito of the baseball team was elected president after serving as the committee’s chief of staff last year. Vice President Lizzie Win of women’s golf, Chief of Staff Jonathan Luders of baseball and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Rep. Emily Hernandez of...

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University Center hosts Taste of South Orange
Feb27

University Center hosts Taste of South Orange

Students enjoyed a variety of different foods from local South Orange restaurants on Thursday during the second annual Student Government Association’s “Taste of South Orange.” Jillian Cancela/Asst. Photography Editor Held at the University Center lobby during the early afternoon, students were able to grab a quick bite from some of the popular eateries in the Village of South Orange. Compared to only 4 participating businesses last...

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SOAC begins accepting new applications for SGA recognition
Feb14

SOAC begins accepting new applications for SGA recognition

The Student Organization Advisory Committee (SOAC) will begin selecting new student organizations for recognition from the Student Government Association (SGA) and the University this month. File photo New organizations on campus will have to submit their applications for recognition by Feb. 21st at 12:00 p.m., marking the first phase of the process. Following the application submission, these new organizations are asked to give a ten...

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Board announces 2020 Emma Quartaro Woman of the Year award
Jan30

Board announces 2020 Emma Quartaro Woman of the Year award

The Woman of the Year Committee has selected Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi as the recipient of the 2020 Woman of the Year Award. Formally known as the Emma Quartaro Woman of the Year Award, this award recognizes women of the Seton Hall University community who are successful leaders and who honor their contributions and commitment to women’s issues. File photo According to the Woman of the Year committee, the recipient of this award “should...

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