Student organizations reflect on transformations a year after the pandemic start
Mar04

Student organizations reflect on transformations a year after the pandemic start

The United States is nearing the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic that led to nationwide lockdowns. Schools across the country abruptly transitioned to remote learning and had to adapt to the virtual landscape last year—including Seton Hall student organizations, which had to develop new ways to operate during remote and HyFlex learning and social distancing.  (Photo via Wikimedia Commons) Pirate Television, the...

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Students share opinions on Golden Globes winners, fashion, controversy
Mar04

Students share opinions on Golden Globes winners, fashion, controversy

Comedic actresses and writers Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the 78th Golden Globe Awards on Feb. 28 after it was delayed for nearly two months due to the pandemic. From the chic attend-from-home fashion to this year’s winners, Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on this year’s awards. Seton Hall students share their opinions on the 78th Golden Globe Awards. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons) The event was met with controversy due...

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South Orange seeks artists for Valley Street mural
Mar02

South Orange seeks artists for Valley Street mural

The South Orange Village Center Alliance (SOVCA) is looking for artists to design a mural for downtown South Orange.Julie Doran, a member of SOVCA’s Board of Directors, called public art a “natural fit” to the Alliance’s mission “to create a sense of vitality in our downtown.” “Public art adds enormous value to the cultural, aesthetic, and economic vitality of a community,” Doran said. “It is now a well-accepted principle of urban...

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SHU reviews ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever’
Mar02

SHU reviews ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before: Always and Forever’

Warning: spoilers ahead. Seton Hall students shared their reactions to the Netflix original movie “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” which was released on Feb. 12.  “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” is the third movie in the “To All the Boys” series and was directed by Michael Fimognari. The trilogy is based on the books written by Jenny Han, and the films star Lana Condor as Lara Jean Covey and Noah Centineo as Peter...

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Softball opens season with tough set of games at Gamecock Invitational
Mar01

Softball opens season with tough set of games at Gamecock Invitational

The Seton Hall softball team returned to play for the first time this past weekend since last spring’s season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Pirates faced stiff competition in No. 16 Duke and No. 18 South Carolina in their return to the diamond but ultimately went 0-5 on the weekend. Photo via SHU Athletics On the First day of the Gamecock Invitational, Seton Hall just came up short after losing 2-3 against...

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Seton Hall boost post-season resume with impressive win at Villanova
Feb28

Seton Hall boost post-season resume with impressive win at Villanova

After a record-breaking win against Xavier on Wednesday night, Seton Hall were looking to add to their post-season resume with an away win over Villanova. Beating the Wildcats would have also seen the Pirates jump their opponents in the Big East regular season standings to fourth and cement one of the top four seeds for the Big East Tournament. Photo via SHU Athletics The opening quarter was a back-and-forth game between the Pirates...

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Baseball drops three-game series to Florida Atlantic
Feb27

Baseball drops three-game series to Florida Atlantic

Despite dropping the first two games of the series to Florida Atlantic, Seton Hall looked to close out and head back to South Orange with a win under its belt. Graduate student Matt Toke carried the heat from Saturday’s shootout with a single to right field that gave Tyler Shedler-McAvoy an early score. A series that had seen each team sputter throughout continued Sunday afternoon until Florida Atlantic once again opened the game with...

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Men’s soccer finish non-conference schedule with win over Fairleigh Dickinson
Feb25

Men’s soccer finish non-conference schedule with win over Fairleigh Dickinson

The Pirates came into Wednesday’s game looking to stay undefeated and gain some momentum after an impressive 1-0 victory over La Salle last Saturday. They faced off against visitors Fairleigh Dickinson, who lost their only game thus far, in a 2-0 defeat to Fordham.  Photo via SHU Athletics Goals 23’: CJ Tibbling dribbled away from a couple of defenders on the left side of the field. He drew a foul, but the referee granted Tibbling an...

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Kim Kardashian West files for divorce after seven years of marriage, student react to her decision
Feb25

Kim Kardashian West files for divorce after seven years of marriage, student react to her decision

After months of speculation, Kim Kardashian West filed for divorce from Kayne West on Feb. 19, following a number of public fights. Students shared their reactions to the news.  Seton Hall University students share their opinions on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s divorce. (Photo via Flickr/Noel Vasquez) The couple met in the early 2000s and began dating in 2011. They welcomed their first child in June 2013, and tied the knot in...

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N.J. Attorney General signs onto letter supporting calls for student loan forgiveness
Feb25

N.J. Attorney General signs onto letter supporting calls for student loan forgiveness

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal joined several other state attorneys general in a  letter to Congress supporting Congressional Democrats’ request for student loan forgiveness  under the Biden Administration on Feb. 19. Supporters of U.S. Senate Resolution 46 and House of Representatives Resolution 100 are asking President Biden to take executive action and cancel up to $50,000 in federal student loan debt for all...

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Britney Spears documentary sheds light on personal battles, students share reactions
Feb22

Britney Spears documentary sheds light on personal battles, students share reactions

After the Hulu premiere of The New York Times’ documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” students shared their views on the film and the pop star’s conservatorship. The documentary focuses on the troubles of Britney Spears’ young life in the spotlight and investigates the details surrounding her controversial conservatorship which she has been controlled by for the last 13 years.  Spears started her career on the TV show “The Mickey...

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Men’s soccer opens season with six-goal thriller against NJIT
Feb18

Men’s soccer opens season with six-goal thriller against NJIT

The Pirates battled NJIT in a back and forth game that ended in a 3-3 tie after a scoreless overtime period. The Highlanders struck first through Sergio Pita in the 14’ after Jose Adames dribbled his way into the box and slid the ball across goal to set up Pita for the opener. However, Seton Hall debutant Johannes Pex scored the equalizer 10 minutes later. Pex was in the right position at the right time, scoring off a rebound from...

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