Student crafts idea to help SHU relax
Oct21

Student crafts idea to help SHU relax

One glance at Alexandra Wells, a junior history and English major, would suggest that she is in tune with her artistic side. She walked out of the Pirate’s Cove donning both a large set of headphones and a shirt that displayed what she described as an artist’s interpretation of an album cover, featuring a cartoonishly pink severed head in a pool of black liquid. Wells came with three samples of her embroidery in hand, depictions that...

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SHU gets ready for Election Day
Oct18

SHU gets ready for Election Day

With Midterms on Nov. 6, Election Day is on the Horizon. Seton Hall will have a polling location downstairs in the Walsh Library. With the date looming, students are making an effort to energize others to vote and have their voices heard. According to the The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) Campus Report, Seton Hall’s 2016 voting rate for the presidential elections was 60.7 percent. Currently, the university...

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APO preps to host first charity ball
Oct18

APO preps to host first charity ball

Alpha Phi Omega (APO), Seton Hall’s co-ed service fraternity, will be hosting its first charity ball to benefit homeless families on Nov. 2 in Bethany Hall. According to Seton Hall’s student organization list, Alpha Phi Omega is one of several political and social justice organizations on campus that prides themselves on servicing the surrounding communities. Dennis Schuck, a junior political science major and president of APO,...

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SHU makes music to make a difference
Oct18

SHU makes music to make a difference

The Seton Hall University Chorus, along with the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Chamber Orchestra, will be performing at the “Concert for Hope” event on Oct. 28. The concert will be held at St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York City. “The [Concert of Hope] aims to spread the message of peace in hard times,” said soprano section leader Anna Carpenter, a sophomore music and theatre performance major. “Not even necessarily in the world, but...

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Students share ideas for an uniquely SHU experience
Oct18

Students share ideas for an uniquely SHU experience

Seton Hall has a variety of events for students to participate in and attend. Here are five tips provided by Seton Hall students on what one should do to have an “iconic” college experience at Seton Hall: Get involved on campus Meg Malkasian, a senior social and behavioral sciences major, said that one of the best ways to make a SHU student’s college experience worthwhile is to join an organization on campus. “Don’t be afraid to go to...

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SHU community plans their fall activities
Oct18

SHU community plans their fall activities

As the air begins to chill and the leaves change colors, students are diving into the autumn season by participating in a variety of activities. Some students said that they are digging into the Halloween spirit, as October is “spooky season.” Here are five activities that SHU students are doing this fall:   Attending football games “Everything’s better during football season,” Matt Smolen, a senior biology major, said. From high...

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Students voice concerns about Public Safety
Oct18

Students voice concerns about Public Safety

Public Safety is the department at Seton Hall that provides the policies, programs and protection for the security and safety of the university’s members. According to its mission statement, the department is committed to helping members enjoy a safe and secure environment both on and off campus. Patrick Linfante, the associate vice president of Public Safety, discussed the mechanisms and systems of the department. “The men and women...

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Students weigh in on laptop policy
Oct04

Students weigh in on laptop policy

Seton Hall provides Lenovo laptops with updated software and classroom tools to all students and faculty. Incorporated into each student’s bill under “Mobile Computing” is a fee for the laptops. The University considers the mobile computing program as their own version of ubiquitous computing. According to the SHU website, “Ubiquitous Computing refers to programs aimed at making a computer available to every member of a learning...

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SHU talks textbooks, prices and requirements
Oct04

SHU talks textbooks, prices and requirements

The start of each semester comes with the reminder of having to purchase new supplies. While students sometimes reuse notebooks and folders to save a few dollars, there is always one item that is difficult to avoid purchasing every semester: textbooks. However, many Seton Hall students have said that purchasing textbooks for class can sometimes be a waste of money. Ani Shahinian, a sophomore diplomacy major, explained that even though...

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Netflix offers exciting fall lineup, new and classic
Oct04

Netflix offers exciting fall lineup, new and classic

As the fall season kicks in, colder temperatures could present the perfect excuse to watch the new lineup of Netflix shows and premieres. Students on campus said that they are excited to “binge-watch” some new seasons of Netflix Originals and shared recommendations on what to watch this season. This fall, Netflix will be premiering several new shows, including “The Kominsky Method,” starring Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin and “The...

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Freshmen have breakout experience in show
Oct04

Freshmen have breakout experience in show

The Seton Hall Theatre Program is preparing to perform a children’s show at the Theatre-in-the-Round on Oct. 20 during Seton Hall Weekend. This year’s show is called “The Pirate and the Princess,” which tells the story of a pirate who dreams of dry land and a princess who longs for adventure. The two meet and switch places, which results in chaos. The cast members said that the children’s show is a way for freshmen to get involved...

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SHU’s Phi Alpha Delta offers opportunities
Oct04

SHU’s Phi Alpha Delta offers opportunities

Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) is a professional pre-law fraternity at Seton Hall that offers a variety of opportunities for students planning to attend law school. PAD is the oldest professional fraternity in the world and offers multiple benefits, such as discounts on LSAT and BAR preparation. Members pay a one-time fee of $125 to join. PAD is normally available at the undergrad and graduate levels, in addition to having heavy alumni...

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