WSOU donates over 900 pounds of food
Jan23

WSOU donates over 900 pounds of food

Last semester, Seton Hall’s radio station, WSOU, held their fifth annual food drive as part of the “Students Change Hunger” program. WSOU collected 908 pounds of food for the Food Bank of New Jersey, surpassing their goal of 895 pounds, which was chosen based on its frequency, 89.5 FM. File Photo Mark Maben, WSOU’s Station Manager, said this year had the most cans ever collected, as the previous highest record was 600 pounds of food...

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Music majors see why Lil Uzi is “pushed to the edge”
Jan23

Music majors see why Lil Uzi is “pushed to the edge”

“XO Tour Llif3” rapper Lil Uzi Vert publicly announced on Jan. 11 that he wanted to quit music. In addition, hip hop duo “Rae Sremmurd,” consisting of brothers Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi, have been the subject of rumors about the duo breaking up. In light of recent events, music majors have shared their opinions on conflict in the music industry. Via Wikimedia Commons “I think there are a lot of different artists in the industry,” Andrew...

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Consulting group founder finds silver lining in baseball injury
Jan23

Consulting group founder finds silver lining in baseball injury

This year, a new club called the Seton Hall Consulting Group, was launched on campus by Michael Riley, a sophomore mathematical finance and information technology major. Courtesy of Michael Riley After he stopped playing for Seton Hall’s baseball team after a series of injuries, Riley said he needed something to occupy his time with, and began the club as a result of a passion for business. Riley explained that one side of the club is...

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Indoor activities: how to “chill” this winter season
Jan23

Indoor activities: how to “chill” this winter season

As temperatures continue to drop, Seton Hall students weigh in on their favorite indoor activities during the cold winter season that don’t break the bank. Photo via Wikimedia Commons Kick back: movies and chill The Bow Tie theater in South Orange offers a special discount for anyone with a Seton Hall ID. Students can take advantage of the deal and relax some place warm and affordable for a couple hours this winter. One frequent movie...

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Students share new goals for New Year
Jan23

Students share new goals for New Year

Several Seton Hall students weighed in on their New Year’s resolutions and what they hope to accomplish before 2019 is over. Gianna Grandinetti, a sophomore social work major, said that for her New Year’s resolution she hopes to work harder to become an influential role model for other people, while taking better care of her own wellness. She said that this year, she wants to emphasize the importance of mental health and self-care for...

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ARC tutors learn time management skills amid final exam season
Dec16

ARC tutors learn time management skills amid final exam season

The Ruth Sharkey Academic Resource Center (ARC) hosted its traditional end-of-the-semester event in the Main Lounge, titled “SHU Tutopia,” on Dec. 11. The tutors, who are all Seton Hall students, offered their help and service to students by helping them prepare for exams while also preparing for their own exams. Samantha Sellars, a senior elementary special education and English major, said when tutors enter “finals season,” they...

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SHU lights up holiday spirit on campus
Dec05

SHU lights up holiday spirit on campus

Seton Hall kicked off the holiday season with its ninth annual tree lighting ceremony on the evening of Dec. 3. group by seal Aperture: 22Camera: Canon EOS REBEL T5Iso: 6400Orientation: 1 « ‹ 1 of 4 › » The event was filled with students singing Christmas carols and sipping hot cocoa. For many students, the Christmas Tree Lighting signifies the end of the semester and the beginning of a new year. This year’s tree was lit with more...

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Students rock a capella at Radio City show
Dec05

Students rock a capella at Radio City show

The Gentleman of the Hall and Pretty Sharp opened the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Dec. 1. The groups joined together to perform “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and Pentatonix’s version of “Hallelujah” onstage. Sean Davis, a sophomore pre-science major, sang with the Gentlemen of the Hall, an all-male a capella group. He said the group rehearsed frequently, individually and as one,...

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Former student impacts gaming world
Dec05

Former student impacts gaming world

A Seton Hall student is turning her dream into a reality by becoming involved with the video game community as a professional video gamer. Meghan, who goes by Meg Kaylee online for privacy reasons, has built an empire in the gaming community through an online streaming service called Twitch. Kaylee said her online presence began on Instagram and YouTube, where she created gaming content and discovered a community that shared a focus...

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Students review first semester at IHS campus
Dec05

Students review first semester at IHS campus

Seton Hall nursing students are now wrapping up their first semester at the new Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) campus since its opening in the spring. Students shared their thoughts on adjusting to the new campus. Marie Foley, dean of the College of Nursing, described the adjustment the nursing students faced as “interprofessional.” In the beginning, Foley described the college’s adaptation to the new campus as a change, but...

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Pirates share hopes for December cinema
Dec05

Pirates share hopes for December cinema

Seton Hall students shared their thoughts on some upcoming new films that will hit theaters in December, like “Aquaman,” “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse.” Renee Nunez, a sophomore visual sound and media major, shared her excitement for these upcoming films. “I’m excited to see the movies of December,” Nunez said. Nunez said she is a casual moviegoer, especially when it comes to DC and Marvel releases. “In...

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Seton Hall’s Alpha Phi Alpha becomes nationally recognized
Dec05

Seton Hall’s Alpha Phi Alpha becomes nationally recognized

The Alpha Phi Alpha chapter of Seton Hall was chartered as a nationally-recognized fraternity on Nov. 14. Alpha’s history is “complex,” said Myles White, a senior finance major and president of the chapter. White said the fraternity is “prominent, especially in the black community,” and was founded on Dec. 4, 1906, and that the chapter has long been in the process of trying to return. Jimmy Bedoya, a sophomore marketing major,...

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