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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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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Walsh exhibit features piles and piles of piles
Sep19

Walsh exhibit features piles and piles of piles

On Sept. 12, the Walsh Gallery celebrated the opening of its newest exhibit called “Mounds, Piles & Massings.” The exhibit, which opened on Sept. 9, was curated by South Orange artist Greg Leshé in collaboration with the Pierro Gallery of the South Orange Village. Leshé explained that the inspiration for the exhibit came from photographer John Pfahl, who has multiple photographs featured in the exhibit. He said Pfahl’s work...

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Artists bring the heat with hottest releases of the summer
Sep19

Artists bring the heat with hottest releases of the summer

This summer featured a diverse outlet of music from various artists of all genres. In rap, there were some huge releases, especially from some rappers who have not recently released music. Artists like Drake, Pierre Bourne and Tyler, the Creator all dropped new tracks this summer. Joe Cammarota, a sophomore visual and sound media major, said he had mixed feelings with this summer’s rap releases. Cammarota added that this had potential...

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K-Pop Club celebrates Korean culture with music and dance
Sep19

K-Pop Club celebrates Korean culture with music and dance

Seton Hall’s K-Pop Club is a place for students to make new friends and have fun while learning about Korean culture. This year, the executive board has planned multiple meetings and activities throughout the year for students to enjoy. Executive board members Jane Breslin, a senior physics major, and Alexis Candelora, a junior business major, encourage newcomers to try it out and attend a meeting or two. “We want to have a place...

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Students attend first MTV Video Music Awards in N.J.
Sep05

Students attend first MTV Video Music Awards in N.J.

The VMAs started in 1984 to honor the best music and music videos. Other than giving awards, the award show is filled with several performers. On Aug. 26, the lineup consisted of a variety of stars, such as Lizzo, Jonas Brothers and Missy Elliott. “I was looking forward to seeing what the event would look like at the Prudential Center since I’ve only been there for Seton Hall basketball games and graduation,” Stephanie Dilorio, a...

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‘SHUcation’ carnival takes over the Green
Sep05

‘SHUcation’ carnival takes over the Green

On  Aug. 25, before the first day of classes, the Green trans- formed into a colorful carnival as the Student Activities Board (SAB) held its annual Blue Day Carnival following the freshman convocation. The planning of the event started long before the  day of the carnival. Trevor Gorman, a junior  economics and  finance major and  a member of SAB, said the planning for the event started two weeks into the...

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PUBLIC kicks off first week of classes at SHU
Sep05

PUBLIC kicks off first week of classes at SHU

On Sept. 28, pop band PUBLIC performed in the Main Lounge at the annual “Music Under the Stars” event. The event, hosted by the Student Activities Board (SAB), was part of the University’s annual “First 56 Days” program. The pop trio consisted of Ben Lapps on percussion, Matthew Alvarado on bass and John Vaughn as the lead guitarist and vocalist. Alvarado said that the group first met in their high school jazz band. He said after...

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