Fall Fashion: Dive into this season’s trends
Oct10

Fall Fashion: Dive into this season’s trends

The leaves are starting to glow their autumnal hues and vibrant colors, and Seton Hall students are, too. The Setonian interviewed six students on fashion trends for this season and what to look out for. Here are their top picks: Neutral tops and sweaters, mule shoes To accommodate the significant temperature changes that have been happening, Ailish Irwin, a junior public relations major, shared her suggestions of a few pieces to wear...

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Princess Puffery’  featured during Seton Hall weekend
Oct10

Princess Puffery’ featured during Seton Hall weekend

On Oct. 19, Seton Hall Theatre will feature a performance of “Princess Puffery,” which is written and directed by Peter Reader, associate professor of theatre, as part of a tradition to perform a children’s play during Seton Hall weekend. The play tells the story of Princess Puffery, a vain princess who has lost her charm and goes about looking for it in all the wrong places. The princess meets an ogre and is allowed to discover where...

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TV shows to watch this Netflix and chill-y season
Oct10

TV shows to watch this Netflix and chill-y season

As the spooky season rolls in, it’s that time of year when students cuddle up by their laptops and binge watch some television shows. Photo via FX – Wikimedia Commons The Politician Jon Quinn, a junior marketing major, recommends Netflix’s “The Politician.” The series revolves around a high school student who is willing to “fight tooth and nail to win the student presidency,” Quinn said. Created by Ryan Murphy, this Netflix...

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Don’t let your fall break fall short this year
Oct10

Don’t let your fall break fall short this year

Seton Hall’s Fall Break will be from Oct. 14-15 this year, and many students have exciting plans for the days off. Whether students are staying on campus or going home, there are countless ways to have a fun and productive fall break. Grace McBride/Staff Photographer Work/make money This break could be a good opportunity for students to earn extra money. Some are using the fall break to pick up shifts at their old jobs. Melanie...

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SAB makes Commuter Week worth the drive
Oct10

SAB makes Commuter Week worth the drive

The Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted their annual Commuter Week, which consisted of a full week of programs geared towards those that commute to school. The week included events like the International Food Truck Festival, which featured six different trucks with cuisines from across the globe, and the “BAE-GOALS” event, at which fresh bagels were served on the parking deck. They also had “TGI FRY-day,” in which SAB assembled on...

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Students work to bring SHU yearbook back
Oct03

Students work to bring SHU yearbook back

After more than 10 years since it ceased production, Seton Hall’s yearbook, “The Galleon,” is being brought back to life. Serenity Thom, a sophomore business marketing major and president of the developing organization, said the idea to bring back the yearbook came because she missed the aspect of having a yearbook. “Looking back at my friends and what they wrote in my yearbook is something I love to do and I want to be able to do...

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Two students get creative with caf hacks
Oct03

Two students get creative with caf hacks

Two Seton Hall students are cookin’ it up at the caf. Pooja Bhate, a sophomore biology major, and Sonia Shah, a sophomore pre-occupational therapy major, have taken to Instagram to show students that their cafeteria experience does not have to be limited to ready-made meals. Their Instagram account, @thecafhasbeenhacked, showcases creations made from the ingredients provided in the dining hall. The account began as a personal page for...

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Diplomacy majors visit U.N. Youth Climate Summit
Oct03

Diplomacy majors visit U.N. Youth Climate Summit

On Sept. 21, the United Nations hosted the first Youth Climate Summit, featuring climate activists and world leaders to discuss the ways that countries could reduce emissions and find eco-friendly solutions without harming their country. Diplomacy majors who attended the summit shared their experience with The Setonian. Jacob Abel, a senior diplomacy major, attended the Summit. “I got the opportunity to attend the summit after being...

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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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Don’t take the bait: Cybersecurity Awareness Month prevents phishing
Oct03

Don’t take the bait: Cybersecurity Awareness Month prevents phishing

The Seton Hall community will be celebrating National Cybersecurity Awareness Month with an array of activities and initiatives put together by the SHU Information Technology Department. Throughout October, students and staff will have opportunities to learn more about protecting themselves against hackers and cybercrimes. Cybersecurity Awareness Month was created by the Department of Homeland Security to ensure that people are aware...

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Active Minds strives to remove mental health stigma
Oct03

Active Minds strives to remove mental health stigma

Active Minds plans to increase awareness about mental health issues, both on campus and in the surrounding community, for the upcoming year. According to the Seton Hall website, “Active Minds works to remove the stigma surrounding mental health disorders so that students will feel more comfortable openly discussing mental health related issues and seeking help when it is needed.” Adah Beck, a senior biochemistry major and the...

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K’ND FUNK: Driving lesson takes an unexpected turn
Oct03

K’ND FUNK: Driving lesson takes an unexpected turn

When going for their six hours to get their learner’s permit, the majority of people would not think that their driving instructor would be their future bandmate. This was the case for David Gonçalves, a junior education major. Gonçalves started to play the saxophone at age 7, and currently has 13 years of experience. After playing in school bands from a young age, Gonçalves began recording his music around age 16, which also happened...

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