Hispanic Heritage Month invites Seton Hall community to share in the culture
Sep09

Hispanic Heritage Month invites Seton Hall community to share in the culture

Seton Hall University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month online from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15., due to COVID-19. Although Hispanic Heritage Month has been a recurring event at Seton Hall, it has never been executed similar to previous years as the planning for the event was completed by the Hispanic Heritage Month Committee. Seton Hall University will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month online from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15., due to COVID-19....

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Here are five things students miss about school
Jun11

Here are five things students miss about school

As Seton Hall students and faculty battle cabin fever during the coronavirus pandemic, they reflected on what they miss most about being on campus. Some things that students miss about Seton Hall are seeing familiar faces, running into friends and going to class. (File photo) The little moments and memories Recent graduate Sarah Bright, who majored in marketing, said she will miss the mundane moments, like “seeing familiar faces,...

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Newly recognized healthcare club makes strides amid pandemic
Jun11

Newly recognized healthcare club makes strides amid pandemic

The Health Occupations Students of America – Future Health Professionals (HOSA-FHP) chapter at Seton Hall was officially chartered this spring. The executive board explained that it is not just a club for students who aspire to be healthcare workers or work in health-related fields, but also for those who want to help others. “I was president [of my high school HOSA chapter] back in senior year, and I was heavily involved in HOSA...

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Upperclassmen reflect on silly things they did as freshmen
Jun11

Upperclassmen reflect on silly things they did as freshmen

As the fall semester draws closer, a new set of students are set to arrive at Seton Hall. Many upperclassmen reflected on some mistakes they made their freshman year and shared insight on how to navigate life as a freshman.  Noah Turner, a junior finance major, shared a couple of mistakes he made. He said he used a blue tray in the cafeteria, which he said he will “never do again.” Another silly thing he said he did was throwing...

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Zoom University: What Great Zoom Calls Can Do
Jun11

Zoom University: What Great Zoom Calls Can Do

With a global pandemic halting in-person meetings and forcing public spaces to shut down, students have had to find new and creative ways to virtually hang out. Zoom, a video communication app, has become the platform of choice for professors and students alike. From birthdays to movie nights, Zoom has become a virtual movie theater, mall, club and lecture hall. Zoom has become the platform of choice for many professors and students....

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Walsh Library to archive student narratives on COVID-19 experience
May04

Walsh Library to archive student narratives on COVID-19 experience

COVID-19 Personal Narrative Project gives students opportunity to share stories The Walsh Library is seeking stories of students’ experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic for an archival project.  According to its website, the COVID-19 Personal Narrative Project gives the Seton Hall community an opportunity to share stories explaining how their lives have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Students and faculty can submit a...

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Remote learning challenges SHU, professors get creative with courses
Apr30

Remote learning challenges SHU, professors get creative with courses

Silence fills the Seton Hall dorm rooms and academic buildings. The campus sits still awaiting the return of the campus community. The future seems uncertain, but one thing remains clear — class is still in session.   Amid the rapid spread of COVID-19 in the U.S., Seton Hall announced it would continue remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester on March 18. This unprecedented change led to many professors...

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Campus life is dead, but not the activities
Apr30

Campus life is dead, but not the activities

SAB continues hosting activities for SHU students online It’s springtime at Seton Hall. The campus is transitioning from hiding under a dull gray haze for the past four months. The Green is returning to its vibrant form that makes it the centerpiece of a small South Orange campus.  As flowers bloom at the feet of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, she watches the students outside, chatting and laughing with each other. One group of...

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SHU students roar in on Tiger King
Apr23

SHU students roar in on Tiger King

“Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” has dominated social media platforms and conversations for weeks. Viewers have become infatuated with the eccentric Joe Exotic, his conflict with Carole Baskin and the wild world of tiger owners in the United States. The Netflix original docuseries follows the story of Joe Exotic, owner of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Zoo in Oklahoma and a tiger breeder. The series delves into his zoo,...

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Instagram challenges help students cope through pandemic
Apr01

Instagram challenges help students cope through pandemic

With everyone stuck in their houses during quarantine, many students have said that they have struggled with ways to kill time. Although Seton Hall has transitioned to remote learning where students interact with their peers and professors virtually, some say they are struggling with the amount of anxiety caused by the pandemic overall.  Instagram feeds have been blowing up with a variety of challenges and social media games in...

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Here are five ways you can relax during the quarantine
Mar27

Here are five ways you can relax during the quarantine

As students are facing the possibility of having to spend more time social distancing and less time outside their homes, some may find themselves going stir-crazy or with a case of cabin fever. Here are five tips to maintain your mental health during the quarantine. Meditate Siddhi Sundaram, a freshman biology major, shared that meditation and yoga are good ways to unwind. “I just started doing this,” Sundaram said. “But there are a...

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What to watch while many TV programs halt production
Mar27

What to watch while many TV programs halt production

Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, hundreds of television programs have suspended production in order to combat the spread of the disease. With thousands of students bunkered down in their homes, glued to television and computer screens, it may seem to some that there will be nothing to watch for the foreseeable future. According to The Los Angeles Times, shows like “America’s Got Talent” will end the production of their fifteenth season...

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