Poet Roger Reeves recites works at Poetry-in-the-Round event
Oct30

Poet Roger Reeves recites works at Poetry-in-the-Round event

American poet Roger Reeves visited Seton Hall virtually as he read some of his work on Oct. 27 as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round series. Reeves is the author of a collection of poems titled “King Me” and is in the process of writing his second collection. He earned his Ph.D. in English from the University of Texas, where he currently serves as an associate professor.   Reeves has also won several awards including the...

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Freshmen reflect on early college experience during COVID-19
Sep18

Freshmen reflect on early college experience during COVID-19

New places, new people and new opportunities—these are all part of the average freshman’s college experience. However, due to the pandemic, many of these experiences, from campus life to the classroom, have changed indefinitely.  Jackalyn Ballard, a freshman diplomacy major, said this first semester is nothing like she expected it to be. Coming from California, she said she had a lot of plans for her first year at Seton Hall,...

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Upperclassmen reflect on silly things they did as freshmen
Jun11

Upperclassmen reflect on silly things they did as freshmen

As the fall semester draws closer, a new set of students are set to arrive at Seton Hall. Many upperclassmen reflected on some mistakes they made their freshman year and shared insight on how to navigate life as a freshman.  Noah Turner, a junior finance major, shared a couple of mistakes he made. He said he used a blue tray in the cafeteria, which he said he will “never do again.” Another silly thing he said he did was throwing...

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New club lobbies for natural hair appreciation
Feb28

New club lobbies for natural hair appreciation

A new club on campus is on a mission to encourage students to embrace and appreciate their natural hair. The Having Appreciation in Realness (H.A.I.R.) Club is an organization at Seton Hall that has recently been recognized by the Student Government Association (SGA). According to its mission statement, “We are working to create a safe space in the natural hair community where you can learn more about how to care for and appreciate...

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CHAMP program to celebrate 10th anniversary
Feb20

CHAMP program to celebrate 10th anniversary

The CommArts Honor Alumni Mentor Partners (CHAMP) is a mentoring program within the College of Communication and the Arts and the Career Center that works to prepare students for their chosen field by pairing them with Seton Hall alumni. This year, the program is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Reesa Greenwald, director of the Career Center, said “it is a highly prestigious mentor program that is offered at Seton Hall.” Students...

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Music hits to start off the noteworthy decade
Feb13

Music hits to start off the noteworthy decade

Students shared their thoughts on what they think are the biggest hits that started off the decade. Some find music to be a huge part of their daily lives and provided songs that they enjoy or top hits that get them in zone. “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd Daniel Dalbey, a freshman communications major, found this song to have an upbeat tone to it and deemed it as a song he was able to relax to with his friends. “It just makes me feel...

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Disney Plus brings old and new shows to light
Jan24

Disney Plus brings old and new shows to light

Disney Plus launched on Nov. 12 in America, Canada and the Netherlands. It is a streaming service which allows viewers to watch old and new Disney shows and movies. Some find the service a gift to people who continue to love Disney and wish to be able to watch the shows and movies from their childhood. Although Disney Plus has many of the shows and movies that many students watched growing up, others find that it still falls short...

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Asian Cultural Association spreads culture with others
Dec06

Asian Cultural Association spreads culture with others

The Asian Cultural Association works to create a friendly atmosphere for people interested in learning about various Asian cultures through fun and innovative ways. Tien Phan, a junior diplomacy and international relations major, said, “Our purpose is just to have a space for other people to be more interested in the culture of not just East Asia alone, but Asia in general.” The e-board does whatever they can do to bring together...

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SHU preps for 10th tree-lighting ceremony
Nov07

SHU preps for 10th tree-lighting ceremony

There will soon be mistletoeing and hearts will be glowing as Seton Hall begins planning for the 10th annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The tree lighting ceremony was started by former president A. Gabriel Esteban. Throughout the years, the ceremony has featured multiple student groups perform, including Pep and Concert Band, The Seton Notes, Seton Hall Gospel, the seminary, the University Choir and the dance team. Winston...

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Tips for writing that dreaded paper during midterms
Oct31

Tips for writing that dreaded paper during midterms

Midterm season is upon the Seton Hall community. With assignment due dates looming, some students might be facing a severe case of procrastination. Some dread writing papers, as they prove to be a tedious task. Even with an abundant amount of time to write it, they might find it hard to sit down and focus to get the job done. Students shared five tips on how to focus and write that paper that they just don’t want to write: Get...

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Boo-tiful Halloween costume tips on a budget
Oct25

Boo-tiful Halloween costume tips on a budget

With Halloween around the corner, students shared tips to create inexpensive costumes on a college budget. Mara Cabangon, a junior psychology and Catholic studies major, shared her experience with making her own costumes on a college budget. She said that she gets most of her inspiration from Facebook. Some characters she has dressed up as in past years are Gaston from “Beauty and the Beast,” the sun from “Teletubbies” and an emoji....

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Caribbean restaurant cooks up family-inherited recipes
Sep26

Caribbean restaurant cooks up family-inherited recipes

J&J Caribbean Restaurant has been in business for more than 25 years. The owners, Judith and Vernon Henry, started it after their kids went to college. Judith, the restaurant’s namesake, originally worked in finance and felt it was time to travel down a new path. “I had worked at Chase Manhattan for a couple of years,” Judith said. “My kids were away at college, so I figured it was time to start something new.” The Henrys are from...

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