Students reminisce and review Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless: Taylor’s Version’
Apr20

Students reminisce and review Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless: Taylor’s Version’

After more than a decade since Taylor Swift released her album,“Fearless,” the singer released a re-recorded version of the album causing many students to reminisce about memories of listening to her album in their younger years.  Swift recorded the album in 2008 ,” which won four Grammys, including Album of the Year. Swift was signed with Big Machine Records at the time of the original release, which gave the record label company...

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The legacy of DMX: students shed light on rapper’s influence
Apr20

The legacy of DMX: students shed light on rapper’s influence

New York rapper, songwriter and actor Earl Simmons, also known as “DMX,” died on April 9 after an alleged drug overdose.  Paramedics responded to a 911 call from the residency on April 2 after DMX reportedly suffered a heart attack caused by a suspected drug overdose. He was rushed to the hospital and placed on life support after he fell into a coma. The family decided to take him off life support on April 9.  Ariel Herrera, a senior...

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Students weigh in on Lil Nas X new music video and sneakers controversy
Apr15

Students weigh in on Lil Nas X new music video and sneakers controversy

Lil Nas X’s new music video, “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name),” and new sneaker releases has stirred up controversy after making several references to the devil.  Seton Hall students weigh in on Lil Nas X controversial music video “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” (Lil Nas X Photo via Instagram/@lilnasx) The artist explores his sexuality in a realm of mythological fantasy in his latest video, which was released on March 26....

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Students turn the volume up on releases from Lana Del Ray, Drake and others
Apr13

Students turn the volume up on releases from Lana Del Ray, Drake and others

Photo via Techradar The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect a number of industries, however, one industry continues to prevail – the music industry. Artists, like Lana Del Ray, Drake, Justin Bieber and others have recently released new singles and albums. Here is some new music that Seton Hall students are currently enjoying: “Chemtrails Over the Country Club” by Lana Del Rey  Lana Del Rey released “Chemtrails Over the Country...

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Students react as Ariana Grande announces she will join NBC’s ‘The Voice,’
Apr06

Students react as Ariana Grande announces she will join NBC’s ‘The Voice,’

Ariana Grande will be the newest addition to the cast of NBC’s singing competition show, “The Voice,” replacing Nick Jonas as a judge for the show’s 21st season.  Grande shared the news on Instagram on March 29, surprising both fans of her music and the program.  Grande’s “management team has been negotiating to get her on the show for a while,” and while she is replacing Nick Jonas for this season, he “will be back soon,” according...

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Students share favorite warm weather activities as spring rolls around
Apr06

Students share favorite warm weather activities as spring rolls around

With spring kicking into full swing across the country and health officials encouraging individuals to hold events outdoors when possible due to the coronavirus pandemic, Seton Hall students are trying to make the most of the warmer weather.  Chiara Schwartz, a senior biology major, said that when the weather is nice, she wants to be outside as much as she can. Whether that be through exercise or leisure, she wants to try to spend...

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Students adjust to dating life amid the pandemic
Apr01

Students adjust to dating life amid the pandemic

One year after the University was forced into quarantine, many aspects of students’ lives have experienced dramatic changes—including dating. (Photo via Bumble) Kayla Fonseca, a freshman journalism major, said the coronavirus has created challenges in meeting new people because of fears about catching the virus as well as the reduced density of the campus this year. “People are more apprehensive to come up to you and start a...

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Springtime ushers in a wave of new TV shows and seasons
Mar31

Springtime ushers in a wave of new TV shows and seasons

With Hollywood back to work, several new TV shows and seasons are hitting the airwaves and  topping the charts. As students sit back and binge-watch their favorites, here some of their recommendations that they said are a must-watch this spring:  Seton Hall students discuss the TV shows they are eager to watch this spring. (Photo via Netflix) 1. Ginny and Georgia  Annabella Robb, a junior graphic design and history...

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Baseball drops series against Davidson
Mar29

Baseball drops series against Davidson

]The Seton Hall baseball team lost all three games of their series with Davidson this weekend. Davidson opened the scoring in the series opener with a two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning. The Pirates’ recent success carried into this game, specifically with their second inning surge, as Casey Dana was walked in at his first at-bat and Collin Sheehan followed with a double that brought him home. A two-run single from...

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Volleyball loses back-to-back matches to UConn
Mar29

Volleyball loses back-to-back matches to UConn

The Seton Hall volleyball team lost back-to-back matches to UConn this weekend, in three sets on Friday and four sets on Saturday. In the opening set of Friday’s match, the Huskies got going right out the gate. A kill by Kennadie Jake-Turner gave her team the first point of the game. However, the Hall answered with a kill by Tsvetelina Ilieva to tie the score. From there, the Huskies went on an 11-2 run to take a nine-point advantage...

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No. 15 Seton Hall downs UConn in final home game of the season
Mar29

No. 15 Seton Hall downs UConn in final home game of the season

The Seton Hall men’s soccer team won their last home game of the season on Saturday, beating the University of Connecticut 1-0. With the win, the Pirates finished their home-schedule undefeated for the first time since 2003 and improved to a 5-1-2 in-conference record. Photo via SHU Athletics Goals 59’: Maurice Williams headed in a nice cross off a James Boote corner kick. Williams found himself wide open on the far side of the net...

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Unopposed SGA executive board candidates outline goals for 2021-22
Mar28

Unopposed SGA executive board candidates outline goals for 2021-22

The Student Government Association (SGA) executive board candidates have outlined their policy goals for the 2021-2022 term ahead of Monday’s elections, in which no positions are being contested. For the 2021-22 term, current SGA President Julia Nicolls is running for re-election, Student Life Committee chair Carolyn Murray is running for Vice President, Finance Committee member Ria Sandeep is running for treasurer, and Ariel “JR” Go...

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