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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Father-daughter duo cooks up True Salvage Café
Feb21

Father-daughter duo cooks up True Salvage Café

True Salvage Café in Maplewood combines a love for art and a passion for cooking. Walking into the establishment, one is immediately greeted by many antiques and knickknacks that fill the space and walls. All of the unique decorations are from the owner David Heffernan’s lifelong personal collection. Before opening the café, Heffernan worked in the art business for over 50 years. Signe Heffernan, daughter of David Heffernan, is the...

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Campus Ministry has ‘gouda’ time with grilled cheese
Feb14

Campus Ministry has ‘gouda’ time with grilled cheese

Every other Wednesday, Campus Ministry hosts a free grilled cheese lunch in the lower level of Boland Hall. Campus Ministry began Grilled Cheese Wednesdays last semester after opening its new student lounge in the lower level of Boland Hall. Kaitlyn Quinn, the Campus Ministry graduate assistant, and others in Campus Ministry organize it. “Grilled Cheese Wednesdays are a great chance for our students – many of whom are commuters – to...

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How to take care of yourself this Valentine’s Day
Feb14

How to take care of yourself this Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day nears, students may find time to show love not only to their significant others, but also themselves. According to GoodTherapy.com, self-care describes the actions one might take to improve mental and physical health. Here are five tips shared by Seton Hall students on self-care: Treat yourself Charity Diamonon, a senior physics major, said she recommends that students find time to give themselves something you...

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Men’s grooming tips that make the cut for Valentine’s
Feb14

Men’s grooming tips that make the cut for Valentine’s

This Valentine’s Day, many men will be expected to look sharp and to dress to impress. Whether a man is trying to wow his date and just be stylish, Seton Hall students shared their tips. Jason Abraham, a freshman biology major, said students should carry themselves with confidence. “Just be yourself,” Abraham said. “Wear whatever you want if you think it looks good. Just rock it, don’t be scared and just ask your friends.” Abraham...

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Dating apps: is it truly love at first swipe?
Feb14

Dating apps: is it truly love at first swipe?

Dating apps like Tinder, Bumble and Hinge provide a location-based service that allows its users to express their romantic interest for other users on the app. On Tinder, it is as simple as swiping right when you find someone attractive and swiping left to move on to the next person. Seton Hall students shared their general thoughts on online dating. “I don’t use it that much to be honest,” William Kubrak, a junior communications...

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Shakira, J.Lo spice up Super Bowl halftime show
Feb07

Shakira, J.Lo spice up Super Bowl halftime show

On Feb. 2, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl LIV at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The halftime show featured Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, and students shared their reactions to the performance. Shakira opened the performance with “She Wolf.” She showed off her dance moves while performing “Whenever, Wherever,” a cover of Cardi B’s hit “I Like It” with Bad Bunny and concluded with...

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Bailamos: New club brings dancers together
Feb07

Bailamos: New club brings dancers together

This semester, Unidos Bailamos is the newest addition to many cultural and activity-based clubs at Seton Hall. The club was founded by Diamond Vasquez, a sophomore accounting major who has dancing experience in hip hop, ballet, tap and ballroom dancing. Vasquez explained what piqued her interest in creating this club and her plans for the organization. “I know that there are a lot of dance teams and clubs already on campus, but there...

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62nd Grammys hits some high and low notes
Feb07

62nd Grammys hits some high and low notes

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on Jan. 26 in Los Angeles. The ceremony turned out to be a historic night for one artist in particular. Billie Eilish, an 18-year old pop artist, was nominated for six Grammys and won five. Eilish also became the first woman to ever sweep the “Big Four” Grammys, winning Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist. When asked about the musically-inclined...

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Netflix and chill during this cozy winter season
Jan31

Netflix and chill during this cozy winter season

As winter days become colder and colder, time on the couch or in bed with one’s favorite snacks while you load up Netflix happen more and more. Each year brings in a new set of shows or movies that make hours feel like minutes. Seton Hall students share some of their favorite shows to take a look at this year. “You” Whether or not students have seen the show, some find it impossible to hide from social media’s reaction to...

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Students dish on latest season of ‘The Bachelor’
Jan31

Students dish on latest season of ‘The Bachelor’

On Jan. 6, the 24th season of “The Bachelor” premiered with Peter Weber, the third runner-up of the 15th season of the “Bachelorette,” as 24 women compete for his hand in marriage. The first season of “The Bachelor” aired in 2002, and the popular show has continued its run with spinoffs, like “The Bachelorette,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” “Bachelor Pad” and “The Bachelor Winter Games.” Every week, contestants seek to impress the bachelor...

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Pirates ready on the hunt for booty
Jan24

Pirates ready on the hunt for booty

An Instagram account hopes to send Seton Hall Pirates on a treasure hunt for gold. The account, @setonhallutreasures, is a part of the larger Campus Treasures Network LLC, a company “run by students, for the students,” according to its Instagram. The company was founded in 2019 at Temple University and aims to provide fun and stress relief to students across different universities through hosting treasure hunts for prizes. Each campus...

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