Meet the Operations Student Workers
Feb28

Meet the Operations Student Workers

They’re seen at the front desks of the University Center and Bethany Hall and they’re asked a bunch of questions, but many students don’t know who they are and what they do. Samuel Affonso, a junior biochemistry major, is one of these many students who work for the University Center and Bethany Hall. Affonso works as an Operations Student Worker. He oversees events that take place in areas of the University Center and Bethany Hall,...

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Female theatre majors break barriers in upcoming show
Feb21

Female theatre majors break barriers in upcoming show

The Theatre Council is set to perform “Men on Boats,” a feminist play written by Jaclyn Backhaus, in the Theatre-in-theRound this weekend. The play is based on the journal of John Wesley Powell and tells a story about him and his men exploring the Colorado River in 1869. However, there’s just one twist—the male characters are portrayed by female actors. “Backhaus’ point is that women are as capable as men to be adventurers and...

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Community of St. John seeks to connect with students
Feb21

Community of St. John seeks to connect with students

The Community of St. John are campus ministers employed by the University that are made up of four members: Sister Gabriela, Sister Immaculata, Brother John and Father Philip-Joseph. The male community are the Brothers of St. John and the female community are the Apostolic Sisters of St. John. The sisters have been part of Seton Hall for seven years and originated in France in 1984. The Brothers community have been at Seton Hall for...

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Hot tips for blazing environmental problems
Jan24

Hot tips for blazing environmental problems

The wildfires that are blazing in Australia are the latest in a rapidly growing list of natural disasters. Wanda Knapik, professor of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Program, educates her students daily on how they can save the environment. Knapik explained how there is destruction everywhere, including flooding, typhoons and other wildfires in places like California and the Amazon rainforest, which she described as “the...

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SHU celebrates World Philosophy Day on campus
Dec06

SHU celebrates World Philosophy Day on campus

On Nov. 21, the University’s philosophy department celebrated World Philosophy Day by holding events in the University Center and Bethany Hall to promote the teaching of philosophy. Denise Vigani, an assistant professor in the philosophy department, organized an event at the University Center called “Ask a Philosopher Table,” where students could ask philosophical questions and receive answers. Students can also participate in...

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Seton Hall students get thrifty on social media
Nov21

Seton Hall students get thrifty on social media

In October, an online thrift store business emerged at Seton Hall after four students created an Instagram account to sell secondhand items for students on campus. The owners of the account, Jessica Haspel, a junior marketing major; Simran Patel, a senior marketing major; Benjamin Bakaletz, senior marketing and management major; and Ryan Simoneau, a senior marketing and management major, created this account for a semester-long...

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Chemistry minors win first place at competition
Nov15

Chemistry minors win first place at competition

Seton Hall’s American Chemical Society Chemistry Club took first place at the 2019 North Jersey American Chemical Society ChemExpo competition and defeated top schools from the state such as Princeton, NJIT and Stevens. This was Seton Hall’s first time competing in the ChemExpo competition. The theme of this year’s competition was “Marvelous Metals.” Anne Pino, a junior English major, chemistry minor and vice president of the club,...

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Knights of Columbus rebrands image, strengthens faith
Nov07

Knights of Columbus rebrands image, strengthens faith

After nearly 30 years, Seton Hall’s Knights of Columbus is going for a makeover. Founded in 1991, the chapter is a Roman Catholic fraternal organization that encourages the male students to join a brotherhood. Grand Knight David Farrelly, a senior computer science major, explained his goals to increase the organization’s presence on campus. “We are rebranding our image, rebuilding our ranks and restructuring our identity on campus so...

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IHS campus sheds light on ASL awareness
Oct03

IHS campus sheds light on ASL awareness

The Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus is bringing light to a useful skill for students as it hosted an American Sign Language workshop. On Sept. 24, the campus hosted an American Sign Language (ASL) workshop. The event was held in honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. It also coincided with the International Week of the Deaf. The event featured a certified ASL interpreter for attendees to learn and practice...

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Career Fair takes over gym, helps students find jobs
Sep19

Career Fair takes over gym, helps students find jobs

Hundreds of students, alumni and employers filled the Richie Reagan Recreation and Athletic Center as the Career Center hosted its annual Career Fair on Wednesday. More than 135 employers attended the fair as companies such as Deloitte, Strkyer, Univision, Novartis and Madison Square Garden had tables in the gymnasium to discuss job and internship opportunities with students. This year, the Career Center introduced a new mobile app...

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